Daytime: Carnival ships are as casual as they come during the daytime, with people dressed appropriately for the weather.
Evening: For most nights on Carnival Glory, the dress code remains casual. Most passengers wore sundresses, khaki pants, collared shirts or blouses. On elegant nights -- of which there are two in a one-week cruise -- most men and women wore nice dresses, pants suits and suits. There were the occasional passengers in cocktail attire, but not many.
Not Permitted: When eating dinner in the main dining room, the following attire is not permitted: men's sleeveless shirts, cutoff jeans, gym or basketball shorts, bathing suits, baseball hats or flip-flops. On elegant nights, in addition to the aforementioned list, jeans, shorts, T-shirts and sportswear are also not permitted.
For more information, visit What Should I Wear on a Cruise? A Guide to Cruise Line Dress Codes.
Carnival Glory Inclusions
Included with your cruise fare:
- Two main dining rooms, the buffet, select specialty venues and some room service items
- All theater shows and the comedy club
- Use of the Carnival WaterWorks water park
- Most daily activities unless noted below
- Use of the gym, but not most classes
- Kids club use until 10 p.m. for kids ages 2 to 17
Not included with your cruise fare:
- Gratuities ($13.99 per person, per day or $15.99 per person, per day for those staying in suites)
- Automatic beverage (18 percent) and spa tips (15 percent)
- All drinks beyond water, tea (including iced tea), coffee and select juices in the buffet
- Spa and salon treatments, personal training, group fitness classes
- Shore excursions
- Wi-Fi (three packages to choose from)
- Activities such as bingo, arcade games and Build-A-Bear Workshop
- Photos and artwork
- Late-night group babysitting