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The main dining hall of the Celebrity Reflection is ultra-chic.


ing room at select dining times, opt for a casual dinner or visit one of the specialty restaurants that present unique culinary experiences influenced by global fla- vours. After dinner you will have no prob- lem finding the ideal place for a night- cap. Enjoy exquisite cocktails created by talented mixologists for whatever suits your mood – from a casual gastro pub, chic martini bar or the wine bar where sommeliers can offer tips on the world of fine wine selection. To take full ad-


vantage of beverage options onboard be sure to look into purchasing one of the spirited or non-alcoholic beverage packages.


Port excursions Make the most of your time at ports


by booking your excursions before you leave. Port shopping guides are available to share time-and-money-saving tips for each port of call or you can down- load the port shopping spree mobile app to plan your spree on the go. Excursions can be booked online prior


Pools offer water fun on the ocean.


“Relaxed elegance” can sum up the dress code on board most cruise ships.


You will need to pack three types of clothing for your cruise: casual shipboard attire or day wear, comfortable apparel for sightseeing and evening wear.


The length of your trip determines the number of formal, semi-formal and casual evenings that are hosted in the main dining room. Seven-day cruises will have two formal evenings, two casual and one to four semi-formal evenings for guests. Dress codes for these evenings are as follows: casual, this includes pants (no holes, rips or tears) with a sports shirt or sweater (must have sleeves) for men and skirts or pants (no holes, rips or tears) with a sweat- er/blouse or sundresses for women; semi-formal, jackets and ties for men, dresses or pantsuits for women; formal, suits and ties or tuxedos for men, cocktail dresses, gowns or dressy pantsuits for women. If you’re not in the mood for a formal affair, casual dress dining is available nightly at specialty restaurants.


Be sure to add some formal wear to your “relaxed elegance” wardrobe as David Johnson did on his transatlantic journey.


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During the day, ideal attire includes casual shorts, t-shirts, slacks, trousers, casual skirts, blouses and sundresses, whether you are indoors or out. T-shirts, swimsuits, robes, bare feet, tank tops, baseball caps and pool wear are not allowed in the main restaurant or specialty restaurants at any time, and shorts and flip-flops are not allowed in the evening hours. Shirts must always be worn except by the pool.


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