Would You Dress Up for a Halloween costume Party on a Cruise Ship?

If you were on a cruise ship over Halloween and they had a costume party onboard, would you dress up for it?  Would you attend but not dress for the occasion? If you were aware of the party ahead of time would you bring a costume with you or construct one onboard?

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Yes.

Especially if it is themed cruise or something like it.

Think Pirates of the Caribbean....

Why not have fun at this.

Yes!

No - any sort of costume would add to luggage weight and wearing it for just a few hours isn't worth it to me.

If I knew about it ahead of time and was able to pack appropriately, then I probably would.

If I just found out about it after boarding, then 50/50 as to whether I would go without costume or not go.

Probably wouldn't dress up due to luggage space.

There are those that say I don't need to dress up.

I would be one of them, I have taken a t-shirt that says this is my costume. We were on the mGolden Princess one year during Halloween. The crew went crazy with there costumes, it was so much fun. Especially seeing how much the enjoyed it. There were some very elaborate costumes.

If it was out of my local port I would dress up... if I had to check luggage for a flight I would not bother unless I did my fall back....... a plastic butcher knife in a box of cereal ....... and I'd be a cereal killer Big Smile

It would be fun to participate! Happy I'd just do something simple and easy to pack. Space always an issue, but I'd manage something. I'm use to dressing up for Mardi Gras. It's fun to costume! Big Smile

Happy Halloween!

[quote=JusMe]

If it was out of my local port I would dress up... if I had to check luggage for a flight I would not bother unless I did my fall back....... a plastic butcher knife in a box of cereal ....... and I'd be a cereal killer Big Smile

OK----Do you stay up late for lines like that?Wink

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