Attire for dinner at Tritons???

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  1. Mark8076

    Mark8076 Earning My Ears

    Jan 15, 2004
    We are going on the 3 night cruise on the Wonder. My wife read that the night we eat at Tritons retaurant it is considered semi-formal. She wants me to bring a suit and tie for that night. I was planning on a pair of dockers and a long sleeve shirt. I heard that all evening meals on the 3 night cruises were considered "resort casual" as far as attire.
  2. MarkLem

    MarkLem <font color=brown>One mud here too...<br><font col

    Jul 10, 2002
    Polo/golf shirt or button down short sleeve with khakis will work fine.
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  4. alexandrew

    alexandrew <font color=purple>Keep posting, you'll catch up!<

    Oct 2, 2001
    a blue blazer with the dockers even better....jackets are requested...
  5. jlp651

    jlp651 <font color=CC66CC>Don't you know its annual "Your

    Mar 24, 2003
    its a good thing I do the packing b/c he can't fight with what I want him to wear...he would ask me what he should wear anyway...
  6. Dabney

    Dabney Earning My Ears

    Jan 9, 2004
    Hi there! We just returned from a four night Wonder cruise...sooooooooo much fun. As far as the question you had, I saw several people in "little black dresses" and men in jackets. However, I saw others dressed (and I am not kidding) in Harley tshirts. My husband went the middle route wearing a polo and nice pants. and I wore a dress. I did however, wish I had my little black one...dressing up is fun!
  7. crisi

    crisi DIS Veteran

    Feb 25, 2002
    Not having been, I don't know for sure, but I believe the second seating tends to be dressier in most of the restaurants than the first. And I'd guess that the "adults" rotation will be dressier than the "kids" rotation.

    Wear what you are comfortable with and let your wife wear what she is comfortable with. As Dabney said, a lot of women think dressing up is fun. Of course, marital harmony and your chances of getting lucky might improve if she thinks you make a really good looking couple with her in her dress and you in your suit.

    I'm bringing something that verges on formal for that night, I have NO idea what my husband will pack - nor do I care, except I've informed him we are requested not to wear shorts or jeans (he tends to dress pretty snappy, I'm not married to a guy that wears a lot of jeans and shorts anyway).
  8. Cruisin

    Cruisin If you can't carry it, you don't

    Oct 11, 2003
    Hi Mark8076
    Welcome to the DISboards.
    We are going to be on the same cruise that you are going on (I saw you mention the date in another thread)
    My husband and our friend who is coming along do not plan on wearing jackets and ties, just nice dress pants and dress shirts.
    So if you do not want to wear the jacket and tie then don't, you will definitely not be the only one.
    Looking forward to cruising in just a few days.
  9. Chattyaholic

    Chattyaholic ~For years I wanted to be older, and now I am~ Mar

    May 6, 2000
    You definitely do not need a jacket and tie for Triton's. Yes, they "suggest" a jacket for men, but that is a suggestion not a demand. DH and I took formal clothes for our Magic cruises, but not for our Wonder cruise and we "fit in" just fine. I wore black slacks (a sundress one night) and dressy tops, he wore khaki's and polo shirts (a button down tropical shirt one night) and we did not feel "underdressed."

    Yes, there were a few jackets/ties, but very few.

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