Think your profanity-laced T-shirt would be fun to wear on your next cruise?
Carnival Cruise Line says no.
The company recently updated its dress code policy to ban “offensive” clothing and accessories from its ships. This includes items with messages or images that contain nudity, profanity or sexual innuendo or suggestions.
Guests are also prohibited from wearing clothing or accessories that promote negative ethnic or racial commentary, hatred or violence.
“Our crew is not on board to be the clothing or expression police,” Carnival spokesperson Vance Gulliksen told Fox News. “We already have some basic clothing guidelines in place, and our guests respect them and understand we are a family-focused business.”
The Carnival website details the full dress code on the site’s help page.
“At Carnival,” Gulliksen continued, “we want to make sure that all of our guests feel comfortable when cruising with us and that includes being around guests wearing clothing with inappropriate images or language.”
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