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NCL Becomes More Lenient With It's Dress Code

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I was happy to read that Norwegian Cruise Line is becoming less strict with its dress code for crew members. The line will now allow the fleetwide crew to express themselves a bit more, becoming more relaxed with jewelry, facial hair, and certain tattoos. Now crew members can wear a bit more jewelry, rock a well-maintained facial hair look, or even show off an approved tattoo! "Indecent tattoos" but still be covered as they could be offensive to others. I think this will be very refreshing to crew members after being so constrained with masks and extreme socialization mandates for so long. Do you agree? 

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I'm very glad cruise lines are giving their crew some freedom of expression! Most companies allow tattoo exposure and facial hair, so why not cruise lines? This is a great thing for the employees onboard. In terms of dress code, do cruise lines even have many dress codes anymore? I have noticed that when dining indoors you need to wear shoes and a shirt, but that seems about it! I believe lots of traditional cruise etiquette has gone out the window. Have you noticed the same? 

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