As a musician, you may be issued a name tag, and may have uniforms provided. You can wear your own clothing in all crew areas. You may be asked to wear a formal jacket whenever you are in guest areas (depending on the wishes of the Cruise Director and BM). Please remember to follow all ship-board rules when out in guest areas. You must adhere to the dress code for each day as follows:
Daytime – Shorts or casual pants and collared shirt – ask your BM if jeans, T-shirts and ball caps are OK. Usually one of the following dress codes takes effect after 5 PM each day:
Formal – Tuxedo with white tuxedo shirt and black bowtie or black suit with dress shoes and solid-color tie – bring both. Also bring a couple of black dress shirts for performances. Gowns for the ladies. Smart Casual/Business Casual/Semi-formal – Jacket, dress shirt, dress pants and dress shoes, dresses for the ladies.
Casual – Casual shirt (collar recommended), casual pants (black jeans OK, ask your BM if blue jeans are OK).
Rock and Roll Night – Wear something to fit the theme or a uniform if required.
Caribbean Night (or equivalent) – Island (Hawaiian) shirt, casual pants recommended. Ask BM if sandals are OK.