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Old September 7th, 2010, 09:07 PM
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Question Formal nights on Oasis of Seas Eastern Caribbean itinerary?

We are wanting to book a Speciality restaurant and would prefer to not pre-book on a formal night.

Any help would be appreciated as to what days are currently formal on Oasis Eastern Caribbean itinerary.

I am thinking formal nights would be Day 3 and Day 6, but that is just my guess from looking at schedule/itinerary.
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Ours were Days 2 and 6. Yes, Day 2 we were in Nassau, so it's not always a sea day as some claim. We departed at 2 pm so there was still plenty of time for us to get ready.

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Thanks for the response! you're right, we tend to think that formal nights are on days at sea if possible.

We are actually on Allure, but I looked up Oasis itinerary and for Nov/Dec, it is the same on the Eastern Caribbean, so I am making the 'assumption' they will be the same.


Planning to have a great time trying out the Speciality restaurants on this cruise thanks to Brian Alt.
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Default Still Days 2 & 6?

Any recent cruisers that can confirm it's still Day 2 and 6? It will be my turn to board in April, and I'd also like to plan my specialty restaurant dinners on non-formal nights.

Would greatly appreciate any updated info!

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Default Oasis - Eastern Caribbean formal nights

JaxieWaxie

Did you cruise in April? Can you confirm the formal nights? We are sailing in June. Anything to add about your experience?

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