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How to remove bunk bed railing

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line' started by David2319, May 19, 2017 at 1:25 AM.

  1. David2319

    David2319 Well-Known Member

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    We'll be going on a cruise on Saturday so this is important. So appearently there is now bunk bed railing at the head and feet of the top bunk now on the Fantasy. Essentially, this will make it impossible for someone who is 5' 11" to get a perfect nights sleep.
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    Stateroom hosts will not take them down upon request... does anyone know what bolt it is, so I can take it off myself?

    I understand that it is violating the "rules" but this is not a moral issue but one of comfort that will affect no one negatively.

    Thank you everyone!
     
  2. Mr Ferret 88

    Mr Ferret 88 Premium Member

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    Maybe they are there for a health and safety or insurance reason and should be left alone.
     
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  3. David2319

    David2319 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Not the one on the side... the one at the feet. I will bet a million bucks that I will not fall at the feet of the bunk and I can guarantee you won't either. It's unnecessary.
    It used to not even be on there. I've made up my mind that I'm going to do it, so please stay on topic.
     
  4. Mr Ferret 88

    Mr Ferret 88 Premium Member

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    What you deem unnecessary might not be so. Just because you think it. I am fully on topic of thinking you shouldn't remove either of them.
     
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  5. DisneyJoe

    DisneyJoe Well-Known Member

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    FYI - the mattress can be removed and placed on the floor.
     
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  6. David2319

    David2319 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    It was literally not there for like 4 years. I think I'll be fine.
     
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    Phonedave Well-Known Member

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    Does it fold flat? It looks liek it needs too, or else how will the bed fold up into the wall? Rather than dismantling the ship, can the be folded flat under the mattres

    -dave
     
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  8. DisneyJoe

    DisneyJoe Well-Known Member

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    I bet it does.
     
  9. David2319

    David2319 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    It probably does. Thanks for the great advice!
     
  10. jaklgreen

    jaklgreen Well-Known Member

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    I would recommend next time booking one of the rooms that has the trundle bed that comes down from the wall. Those seem to be a bit bigger and no bar at the foot, but you will be up against the cabinets. I don't know the size of the person who is sleeping on the top bunk but there is also a weight limit of 220.
     

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