qWhat is the dress attire for elegant nights?
On the "cruise elegant" nights in the main dining rooms (typically two on a seven-night cruise), most passengers look dressed up (jackets for men, dresses for women). Shorts are not permitted in the formal dining room. The Main Dining Room(s) will require; shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) to be worn at all times.
qWhat is the dress attire for casual nights?
On casual nights, the norm for men is golf shirts and nice jeans or khakis, and most women wear; sundresses, skirts or Capri-blouse combos as acceptable attire for the dinning room. The Main Dining Room(s) will require; shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) to be worn at all times.
qWhat is the attire during the day?
Casual attire is the order of the day. The following attire is suggested; Shorts and Capri's, tee shirts, polo shirts, blouses and tops (short sleeved or sleeveless), khakis and jeans, summer dresses, sweaters (for indoor, air-conditioned public areas), work-out gear for the fitness center, bathing suits and cover up (for pools, beaches, water attractions and snorkeling), For cooler weather clothing that can be layered, Hat or visor (for outdoor use, to protect yourself from the sun). * Comfortable shoes, sneakers, sandals and flip-flops. We suggest rubber-soled, low heeled or flat shoes for extra traction. Select shore excursions may require closed-toe shoes. * The Main Dining Room(s) will require; shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) to be worn at all times. The other dining rooms have a more relaxed dress code.
qWhat is the attire for visiting ports?
Please note that in some ports of call, it is against the law for anyone, including children, to dress in army-style camouflage clothing or carry items made with camouflage material. These ports include: Barbados, Dominica and Grenada.
qIs there an iron in my cabin, or should I bring my own?
No. Irons and steamers are prohibited.
qAre there hairdryers and shampoo in the cabins?
Yes, hairdryers and shampoo are in the cabins.
qCan I bring my own water bottles?
Guests are prohibited from bringing water, sodas and other non-alcoholic beverages on-board that are packaged in BOTTLES. * A small quantity of non-alcoholic beverages (i.e., sparkling water, sodas, juice, and milk) packaged in cans or cartons may be brought on-board on embarkation day and must be in the guest's carry-on luggage. A small quantity is considered a maximum of 12 sealed, unopened cans/cartons of 12 ounces each or less per person.
qDo you allow any distilled water to be brought on board?
Yes. Guests may bring on board distilled water for use with a CPAP machine or nursery water for families with babies and packed in carry-on luggage. Distilled water may also be purchased on-board at $3.00 USD per gallon by contacting Room Service. The CPAP machine must be packed in carry-on luggage.
qIs the bottled water on-board spring water or purified?
The water is purified and bottled by Ice River Springs. The bottled water can be ordered $4.50 USD for a 12-pack of bottled water (16.9 fluid ounce per bottle) for pre-cruise purchase to ensure ample supply. The water will be conveniently delivered directly to your stateroom. Once on-board, the purchase is non-refundable; guests may take home any unopened bottles.
qCan I bring my own wheelchair or walker onboard the ship?
Yes, please advise a travel professional when making your reservation.