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Old 31-08-2011, 09:27   #1
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A 'Proper' Boarding Ladder

Anyone got a “proper” boarding ladder they don’t need? I want the type you see on motor boats, with a platform grating hinged on the toe rail which folds out, with steps going down to another platform at the waterline. The drop is five feet so there should be about six steps.
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Old 31-08-2011, 09:36   #2
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Anyone got a “proper” boarding ladder they don’t need? I want the type you see on motor boats, with a platform grating hinged on the toe rail which folds out, with steps going down to another platform at the waterline. The drop is five feet so there should be about six steps.
Check out dive n dog. I'm not sure how long they can accommodate but something like this might work.
http://www.divendog.com/images/catal...LP-3-12-H1.JPG

There is a six step choice.

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Re: A 'Proper' Boarding Ladder

Thanks for that lead. It's not exactly what I want but they might be able to make something like it for me.
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Thanks for that lead. It's not exactly what I want but they might be able to make something like it for me.
They are nice folks out of FL I believe. I have one of these for my last boat that never got installed but nowhere near long enough. Good for folks with leg strength issues.

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