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Old 08-15-2013, 02:52 PM   #16
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ok i may be a little bit of a freak but this is my dilemma, I want to kind of dress according to the color theme of the restaurants and also want to dress up for formal night.
If I won't know what my rotation is then how would I know about the dress or pirate night

I know its stupid but its bugging me
I think the color theming in the MDRs is fairly basic. I'd go with blues and whites. You can figure a basic outfit with different accessories to change out the "feel". I generally wear the same medium blue cocktail dress with either fancy jewelry, or just a colored/patterned scarf, to change it up.

And one night will be Pirate night. On a 3 night cruise that leaves 2 other nights - one "cruise casual" and one "cruise casual or Dress Up Optional".
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I think you can try and request a specific rotation through your travel agent. There is no guarantee that you will get it.

You can also ask a head waiter to change the rotation once on board, but again, no guarantees.
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:51 AM   #18
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I think you can try and request a specific rotation through your travel agent. There is no guarantee that you will get it.

You can also ask a head waiter to change the rotation once on board, but again, no guarantees.
ok great thank you!
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