ORLANDO, Fla.--()--Perhaps you can remember – or have seen pictures of – the “Golden Age” of cruising, when sophistication and glamour were the order of the day.
Today, it would seem – sadly, to many – that the heyday of cruise sophistication is no more; that “nothing is sacred,” at least when it comes to nonexistent dress codes. The discerning traveler, however, can still find glamour on the high seas, say the cruise experts at Cruises-N-More – by ensuring their reservation is on one of the few ultraluxury liners whose dress code is a “cut above” the more pedestrian cruise lines.
Cruises-N-More offers insight into what the ultraluxury cruise lines define for their guest’s attire:
1. Cunard is still the most formal line. One of the great thrills of a Cunard voyage is the sheer glamour of the evenings.
2. Crystal Cruises has updated their dress code policy for 2013: Beginning with voyage 2301, January 5 on Crystal Symphony and voyage 3306, March 31 on Crystal Serenity, new dress codes for evening dining and other activities will become effective.
3. The EUROPA was again the only cruise ship worldwide to be awarded more than 5-stars-plus.* It promises unique cruises for travellers with high expectations.
4. Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ attire ranges from Casual to Formal Optional.
5. Seabourn has specific parameters for dress, especially day versus night attire.
6. Silversea Cruises ship style is inspired by the golden age of cruising, and this luxury cruise line has a sophisticated 1930s ambience.
The cruise specialists at Cruises-N-More frequently counsel travelers on longer voyages, including world cruises. To work with Cruises-N-More Vice President and Owner Tiffany Neidhardt or a Cruises-N-More cruise specialist for your next cruise vacation, call 800-733-2048 (toll-free USA/Canada), 0-808-189-1292 (toll-free U.K.), 800-076-002 (toll-free Australia) or +1-407-771-4454 direct-dial. Visit Cruises-N-More at http://www.cruises-n-more.com/