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Old December 21st, 2007, 12:21 AM
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Default Can my husband sleep in the tiny bed?

My husband is 6'4" and we're used to sleeping in a King size bed. Is he going to fit in the bed? If not, are there other options? Has anyone else had this problem?

We'll have a blast anyway, I'm sure, but just curious....
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I'm 6'4" and the one and only time I had a problem with the length of the bed was my very first cruise on an old rust bucket... that is long since gone. And I still fell in love in with cruising

On almost all the mass market lines the beds, and bedding have been an area the have concentrated on upgrading the last couple of years. He should have no problem stretching out for a great sleep. Just don't make him take the upper bunk
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My 6'9", 300 lbs friend has no problem with the bed, it's the shower that's the challenge but he manages.
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My 6'9", 300 lbs friend has no problem with the bed, it's the shower that's the challenge but he manages.
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Thank you so much for the responses. That's a relief!
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