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I was looking on Fodor's cruise comparison list for each cruise line and some of the cruise lines that I was interested in say that you can't wear shorts after 6:00 p.m.? I really would want to wear shorts if it was warm out, is this really the way that it is? This is our first cruise, hubby and I are in our early 50's and want to take a long Mediterranean cruise because this might be our one and only time going to that region, so we are thinking about a 21 day cruise. We want to have a lot of things to choose from to do, but I don't want the constant announcements that it sounds like some of the ships have. The ones that say they don't have alot of these announcements all day are the ones that seem to have more of a strict dress code, which we definitely do not want, we are casual dress kind of people. So since this is our first cruise maybe some people have some ideas out there? Thanks for any information,
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