Shipboard attire ranges from casual to formal. The number of Formal Nights, Informal Nights and Casual Nights varies by the length of the cruise.
Casual wear is appropriate for daytime aboard ship or ashore and consists of standard sports outfits as worn at five-star resorts. Shoes should be flat or low heeled for deck activities.
Evening attire falls into three categories: casual, informal and formal.
- On casual evenings, pants, blouses, skirts and casual dresses for ladies; open-neck shirts and slacks for gentlemen are appropriate.
- On informal evenings, ladies usually wear dresses or pantsuits; gentlemen wear jackets (tie optional).
- On formal nights, appropriate formal evening wear for ladies is an evening gown or cocktail dress; gentlemen wear tuxedos, dinner jackets or dark suits. Tie is required.
On formal nights, guests may dine in La Terrazza and choose to dress informal; dresses or pantsuits for ladies, jackets for gentlemen (tie optional). This option also applies to Seishin and Stars on board Silver Spirit. Dining at The Grill is optional casual all nights.
Following dinner, all guests are free to take advantage of any or all public spaces, however, a jacket is required. Sailings of 9 days or less typically feature 1 formal night, while longer voyages usually have 2-3 formal nights. Details will be provided in your final cruise documents, but the chart below provides a basic guideline to assist in packing the proper attire.