Is anyone else upset by Celebrity cruises pretty much giving up on formal nights by adopting what they call "Evening Chic" dress code?
One of the great pleasures of the cruising for me is the chance to dress up, to be amongst others in formal dress and taking a martini at the martini bar. We dont have many opportunities to do this. I have to tell you that had I known this before I booked our cruise for next year, I would not have booked with Celebrity. Jeans and a jumper are not chic, they are smart casual.