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If you are at all worried, I would bring my own. Sorry I don't have a picture for you, but I remember my son's first cruise, he was 6. I woke up in the middle of the night and he had one leg completely hanging off the bunk. Guess who slept in the bunk the rest of the cruise. No, not me, hubby did! I remember the railing being about 3 feet long, and I think I remember it being at one end of the bunk, not in the middle, and not movable.

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I would be afraid the 3 yr. old would fall out. The rails already there aren't very long. The mattress sinks into the bunk bed frame, so I think it would be tricky to bring your own rails for that kind of bed. Rails usuallly lock at a 90 degree angle, and they would to bend because the edge of the bunk and mattress aren't at the same level (like a regular bed mattress with a box spring).


We kept our 3 yr. old in bed with us. We used a railing on one side. She slept on that side, with me in the middle, and hubby on the other outside.


You could always put the bunk mattress on the floor at night, too.

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