Q. What will the dress code be whilst I am on board?
Dress Codes By Cruise
Details of the number of Black Tie, Smart - Jacket Required & Evening Casual nights, along with expected theme nights can be viewed via the links below. Full details of the evening's dress code will be published once on board via the Horizon newspaper delivered to your cabin daily.
Azura from cruise A432 through to A606A
Aurora from cruise R501 through to R520
Arcadia from cruise J423 through to J521
Adonia from cruise D501 through to D601A
Oceana from cruise E434 through to E602
Oriana from cruise X501 through to X526
Ventura from cruise N501 through to N607
Britannia from cruise B502 through to B606A
Please note when adhering to the dress code, you should aim to dress as per the dress code as detailed in the Horizon newspaper. On Theme Nights it is optional to dress appropriately.
On a night where a Black & White theme is planned and the dress code is Black Tie, formal Black Tie attire would be appropriate.
On a night where the theme is 60's & 70's and the Dress Code is Evening Casual, you are welcome to dress in 60's & 70's style clothing to enhance the ambience, however smart casual dress would be the appropriate alternative.
In addition, details of dress codes can be obtained via the Cruise Personaliser
Please note, that this information is subject to change and final details will be confirmed on board.
Suggested Attire for 'Black Tie', 'Smart - Jacket Required' and 'Smart - Casual' Nights
Details of suggested attire for formal, smart (jacket required) and smart casual evenings can be found under the question "Is there a dress code on board?"
Suggested Attire For Theme Nights
For further information on theme nights, please click here.
Further information can also be obtained via the following questions: