Just off the Fantasy and had something happen that I doubt would happen to any others...but something to think about. We had two adjoining rooms. 3 kids slept in one (8, 5, and 3 yr old). 3 year old fell asleep watching funnel vision and I'm sure that added to the problem. Hubby carried her to bed and it was our first night on the ship so she wasn't familiar with anything. The ship was rocking and rolling a ton that night. So, I'm sleeping and 3 y/o wakes up crying. This is not unusual. Sometimes she calms down and goes back to sleep, sometimes she'll come get in bed with us. I laid there and listened to see if she was going to calm down. She did. I then heard a noise that I thought was the room-adjoining door swaying in the rock/roll of ship. I couldn't place it, but didn't think much of it. Was just happy the 3 y/o went back to sleep. The next noise I hear is my 3 y/o out in the hallway crying. SHE HAD WENT OUT HER DOOR!!! QUICKLY, I might add. I jump out of bed and run to the door. We are in the middle hallway that connects port to starboard. I can't see her as I hear her down the hall crying. I have no idea what time it is and I"m not thinking clearly and I'm not dressed to be seen in public. I call out her name and she hears me and responds, still crying. I say "Come here" (had she not responded, YES, I would have given up all modesty and ran out...but we were in contact). There is a pause and I hear her cry "I can't find you!!!!!!" At this time my husband has woken up and goes out in his underwear to the hall and gets her to come towards him while I hold open the door. BUT...the biggest issue here is "What if I wasn't a light sleeper????" Where would she have ended up? Every hallway/door looks the same...she wasn't wearing a Mickey Band....it scares me to think about. I'm sure she would have been fine...but I'll never know for sure. My husband and kids sleep through anything and I'd been out with my brother and friends earlier...what if she would have done that sooner than when I got home? What if I'd drank more? Anyways...you get the idea. The doors have dead bolts but they unlock automatically when the handle is turned from the inside. From that night on we put the ottoman/coffee table/trunk in front of the door every night. So, if your child has a tendancy to sleep walk or come in bed with you too, put the ottoman in place...or leave the closet and bathroom doors open to make it a little obstacle to get to the door.