Where can I determine which nights are Formal Night?

We are taking the 7 night Cozumel Plus cruise on the Miracle. 


Is there a way to determine which two nights will be the formal nights?  I like to plan things (my wife woukd say overplan) so I'm trying to pick some Nick & Nora nights or spa days etc.  


Any help would be appreciated. 



By the way, so far I am VERY impressed with the Carnival experience.  Even the 800-number-I-have-a-question experience was stunning in its effectiveness and competence.  We have two Royal Caribbean cruises under our belts, both with kids.  This price was too good to pass up (Ocean Suite here we come, Big Smile ) and I am learning that there seems to be no 'economy choice' to this line.  

7 Answers

Usually the first elegant night is the first sea day or the second day of the cruise and the second one will be your last sea day (day 7 in your case). It is possible the second one would be day 5 since you have an early departure, but not very likely. Enjoy.

Thanks, that makes sense to give the girls plenty of spa and salon time.


Look out your cabin door after 4:00 pm. If everyone is dressed nicer than usual, it’s formal night. Big Smile

Simple, call the cruise line & ask.

On our last 7 day cruise on Miracle last March, the first cruise elegant night was the first Fun Day at Sea. The second cruise elegant night was the night before the last Fun Day at Sea.

I agree.

The first formal night i usually the first sea day. Call the cruise line to confirm, though. All fornmal nights are on sea days.


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