The atmosphere is generally laid-back and casual. Most evenings have an informal dress code, where "resort wear" is deemed appropriate. Although not mandatory, a jacket or shawl is recommended for those who prefer a slightly more formal look.
If you're looking to dress up, there are typically two gala evenings during Caribbean cruises and one or two during European voyages, depending on the duration. Men are advised to wear suits, while women are encouraged to wear cocktail dresses.
For those who prefer a more relaxed dining experience, a nightly buffet is available.
When it comes to restaurant attire, the cruise line has a few guidelines. Passengers are not allowed to wear beach clothes such as shorts, sarongs or flip-flops, and shoes are required. While jeans are not directly mentioned in the written policy, a spokesperson confirmed that denim is permitted in the dining room.