Are you curious as to luxury cruise line Seabourn’s dress code? Or their ‘policy?’
As with all luxury lines these days, and that includes Crystal Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Silversea you can wear what you want. What I’m always hearing on board, and there is no good reply, is that I paid X amount of dollars for this cruise and I’ll wear what I want.
That said, nobody sailing on any of these lines is going to wear shorts and flip flops to dinner in the main or elegant speciality restaurants. But there will be a place where you can go wearing that — your suite, and at least they have 24/7 room service.
Here is Seabourn’s official word on the subject. The word policy appears to be intentionally absent.
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Casual, resort-style attire, including jeans and shorts, is welcome in all lounges and dining venues until 6pm. Swimsuits, brief shorts, cover-ups and exercise attire should be reserved for poolside, on deck or in Spa & Wellness with Dr. Andrew Weil, and The Retreat on board Seabourn Encore and Seabourn Ovation.
Evenings (after 6pm) will be one of the following:
Men: slacks with a collared dress shirt or sweater; jacket optional
Ladies: slacks/skirt, blouse, pant suit or dress
In The Restaurant
Men: Tuxedo, suit or slacks and jacket required (tie not required)
Ladies: evening gown or cocktail dress
Dress in other dining venues is Elegant Casual
Jeans are welcome in all dining venues during the day
Jeans are not appropriate in The Restaurant after 6pm
Note/information current as of the publication of Seabourn’s Extraordinary Worlds brochure 2019/2020 Cruise Collection 06/2018