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Womens dress code at Voyager?

Maybole, Scotland
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Womens dress code at Voyager?

Have seen posts about mens dress code and see that trousers and maybe 3/4 lengths would be fine but have not seen anythin for women. Was just wondering if anyone has been recently and what you would advise for women to wear to dinner?

plymouth england
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1. Re: Womens dress code at Voyager?

What you would choose to wear for a smart restaurant .. plenty of ladies glam up -- quite pretty summery frocks / flowery tops ..in Primart - Tesco or Asda very cheap - Primart have great bling from a pound .....you can leave this behind for the girls ...

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2. Re: Womens dress code at Voyager?

I would say dress smart/casual. We have just returned from the Voyager and as long as you're not arriving for dinner in your bikini (!), you should be fine. I wore anything from cropped jeans to long skirts and trousers to dresses. You might want to dress up a bit if you chose to eat in the Italian restaurant, but nothing OTT is required. They are quite strict on the men and the 3/4 length trousers in the Italian restaurant though - we did see a few men being turned away for not wearing full length trousers. However, in the main buffet restaurant the men in our party wore smarter/tailored shorts and this was fine. Hope this helps?

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