rm2000
Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Brilliance of the Seas dining

Can anyone tell me if there is a formal night for dinner on the Brilliance of the Seas 1/28/17-2/2/17 cruise?

Tags: Dining/Formal Night

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BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

Hard to tell from their FAQs.

 

  What is the dress code for the Meet & Mingle - Royal Caribbean InternationalGentlemen: Pants (no holes, rips or tears) with a collared shirt. Formal: Ladies: Cocktail dress or pantsuit. Gentlemen: Suit (black tie is optional)      Cruise Questions, Cruise FAQ - Royal Caribbean International Print This Page Q: Will there be a Formal Night/Captains Night? A: The Main Dining Room will continue to offer Formal Nights until the launch of Dynamic Dining later in the year.      What are the dress codes onboard - Royal Caribbean International Gentlemen: Pants (no holes, rips or tears) with a collared shirt. Formal: Ladies: Cocktail dress or pantsuit. Gentlemen: Suit (black tie is optional)      Cruise Questions, Cruise FAQ - Royal Caribbean International Q: What is the dress code in each of the restaurants? A: The dress code in all of the restaurants is smart casual, except at the Grande, where every night is formal night. Smart Casual: Ladies: Skirt or pants (no holes, rips or tears) with a blouse.      Cruise Questions, Cruise FAQ - Royal Caribbean International A: Dynamic Dining is Royal Caribbean International’s revolutionary approach to dining at sea to give guests more distinct options and total flexibility. There are no set dinner times, no required formalnights, and no assigned seats. Instead, let your appetite be the guide.      Cruise Questions, Cruise FAQ - Royal Caribbean International The main dining room has been re-imagined as complimentary main restaurants, each with their own distinctive menu and ambiance. There are no set dining times, no required formal night, and no assigned seats. Search FAQs     

Royal Caribbean International Do I have to make reservations for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Will there be a Formal Night/Captains Night? What is the dress code in each of the restaurants?

 

 

I would presume there would be one formal night in the MDR.  Unless these are older questions and Dynamic Dining is already in effect.   Sounds a lot like Freestyle on Norwegian.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Calling the cruise line would be your best bet.

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