Is there a dress code on Virgin Voyages?

is there a dress code on virgin voyages

With each cruise line having vastly different dress codes, our customers often ask one question: Is there a dress code on Virgin Voyages?

At its heart, Virgin Voyage is just like every other cruise, so make sure you have clothes for exploring the fantastic ports you will be visiting, relaxing on the ship, and enjoying the fantastic nightlife onboard

However, there are a few specific things that you may want to be aware of to make the most of your Virgin Voyages Cruise.

Are there any Dress Codes on Virgin Voyages?

First things first, there is no dress code onboard Virgin Voyages. Usually, most lines will say they have “resort casual”, which can vary, so it is never really helpful.

But Virgin refers to their dress code as “Come as you are”, which is equally vague however, it has come about under the belief that everyone is unique and different and loves to express themselves in different ways when on holiday.

Some love to dress up and get fancy, others like to relax and keep it casual, and the idea of being “fancy” in boat shoes and a polo shirt (for men, at least) is so tired now.

Instead, you can dress up however, you want onboard. Sailings from Miami tend to have a more Miami Chic fashion vibe onboard, Mediterranean sailings tend to be more European casual inspired due to the longer voyages and more port-intensive sailings.

Be sure to pack deck shoes for the pool area.

If you are planning to enjoy the pool area onboard, be sure to plan some pool shoes you can wear around the pool area. In the Caribbean sun, especially the pool deck, can become extremely hot. Flipflops will be perfect for slipping on and off, but it doesn’t matter much as long as you have something to wear when moving between sun longer, pool, bar or the restroom.

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Do Restaurants on Virgin Voyages have a Dress Code

Same as the ship, there isn’t a dress code in the dining rooms. Most people dress up, but that could be anything from a tee shirt and shorts to evening and club attire. The only rule is that you must wear clothes; what you choose to wear is up to you.

Are there any themed parties onboard Virgin Voyages?

Virgin Voyages have several themed parties onboard their ships. While there is no formal dress code for any of these parties, many sailors have opted to get into the spirit of these parties and dress up.

What is the dress code for Scarlet Night onboard Virgin Voyages?

Scarlet Night is the main party onboard Virgin Voyages. Whilst there is no official requirement to dress up, Virgin Voyages do ask that you dress with a “Splash of Red” to get into the spirit of the festivities.

So whilst there is no need to dress up any particular way, most sailors wear their best red outfits to the party.

Sailors can be found to wear outfits from every spectrum for Scarlet Night, you can choose to keep it casual with a short or jeans, with a red top, or you can go all out in a sequined, fringed, bedazzled little number. As the ships are sailing more and more, Scarlet Night outfits have become more and more extravagant.

Virgin Voyages Dress code for PJ Party

The PJ party usually happens on the first night of your Voyage and has gotten bigger the more Virgin has been sailing.

The event is usually held on deck 16 aft in the Athletic Club overlooking the back of the ship. Many people have chosen to dress up in their PJs for this party and dance the night away to the best 90s/00s hits.

Again, you can go as casual or as fancy as you like. I wore my Sonic the Hedgehog PJs, and Phil wore a silk twin set. We have seen people wearing anything between, including onesies; it really is as simple as wearing your PJs.

Virgin Voyages Dress Code for Klub Rubiks

Klub Rubiks is a new themed party/club evening in The Manor onboard Resilient Lady. This 80’s themed party has already been a hit with sailors, and more and more are choosing to put together 80’s inspired outfits for the evening.

You can then tie your outfits into VHS workout when that happens on the ship.

Virgin Voyages Dress Code for We Fancy

We Fancy is another themed party/club night in The Manor; again, it’s not an official dress-coded event, but sailors have taken it upon themselves to get into the mood and wear something gold or metallic to join in on the fun vibe created by the happenings cast in The Manor on these evenings.

Virgin Voyages Another Rose Dress Code

New to Resilient Lady is a new dinner show, Another Rose. Whilst there is no requirement to dress up for this event, it may be fun to wear something inspired by the show. The show has a prominent rose theme, taken from the name, but flowers and florals feature in the costumes and decor.

You can also get the perfect photo opportunity as you leave The Manor as it’s dressed for this special event.

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