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Old April 28th, 2003, 09:22 AM
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My 19 year old son will be in our room and will be using a bunk. My question is, he is 6'4" tall. Will the bed be long enough for him?
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Probably not.
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What if they brought in a rollaway for him?
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The rollaway would probably be shorter. I'm 5'4" and the length of the beds is just about right for me....anyone taller might be a little uncomfortable!

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Any suggestions on what to do for him?
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Old April 28th, 2003, 11:37 AM
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My brother is 6'5" and slept fine on the beds in the Sensation. We had an upper in our cabin and he got up on it visiting us and was fine. He had a regular bed in his cabin.
When you are tall you just get used to your feet hanging over the end of the bed and it doesn't bother you to much.
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I am 6-4."Any bed smaller than a Queen WILL be too short if he doesn't want to hang over the edge".....
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The fold up beds are the same lenght as the ones on the floor. He should be fine.
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Depending on what ship you are sailing upon, if he uses the sofa bed, you could put a pillow on the small night stand and he might have ample room with his head against the wall. The sofa bed is at least 6 ft with no arms.
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Going on the Celebration June 2nd. Our first cruise.
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Old April 29th, 2003, 03:12 PM
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We were on the Triumph, and my son is 6'1". He slept on the top bunk, and his feet hung off the bottom if he laid straight out. If he curled his legs up a bit he was fine. Forget about the rollaway or the sofa bed. My daughters (around 5'4") slept on both, and their feet were hanging over into my bed, I had feet in my face every morning. !!!
They are both rather small for sleeping.
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