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Cunard's Queen Elizabeth

Travel + Leisure Logo By Travel and Leisure Staff of Travel + Leisure | Slide 1 of 5: Cunard has one of the strictest dress codes of any line: jackets are required on informal nights, and most men break out their tuxes for formal nights, though a suit and tie will do. During the day and at night, expect to see classical and jazz musicians in many of the public areas-everything from a harpist to a string quartet. Balls are held throughout the voyage, and most nights there is dancing on the elegant 1,000-square-foot dance floor in the Queens Room, decked out in crystal chandeliers and art deco backlit glass panels.

Strictest dress codes

Cunard has one of the strictest dress codes of any line: jackets are required on informal nights, and most men break out their tuxes for formal nights, though a suit and tie will do. During the day and at night, expect to see classical and jazz musicians in many of the public areas-everything from a harpist to a string quartet. Balls are held throughout the voyage, and most nights there is dancing on the elegant 1,000-square-foot dance floor in the Queens Room, decked out in crystal chandeliers and art deco backlit glass panels.
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