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Mariner 5/27/19

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Mariner actually did away with formal nights after its drydock last year. It seemed strange to me at first, but the general feedback I heard from the staff when I was onboard was that the passengers were much more relaxed as a result - which is what the *new* 3 and 4 night models are catering to..

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13 hours ago, JasonMason said:

Mariner actually did away with formal nights after its drydock last year.

But I think they have a Dress to Impress night, which a couple of other ships also use.

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Hmmm..interesting.  Guess I never checked on last week's 4 night EN cruise (which Mariner will replace soon here in PC).  We have stopped taking any formal attire on cruises less than 7 nights anyway.  DH did his dress shirt and tie instead of his usual tux.  

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9 hours ago, Biker19 said:

But I think they have a Dress to Impress night, which a couple of other ships also use.

What night is this ?

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