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Old 23-07-2009, 14:30   #1
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WTB: Mystic Boarding Ladder

wanted: I'm looking for a a mid-ship boarding ladder The FOLDAWAY
48' two section ladder, may be used, any ideas ?
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It must be a for a big boat if you need a 48 foot ladder.

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Have you contacted Mystic Stainless?
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I have one with the teak steps. They are a very nice all 316 stainlees. All as in all the metal. PM me if interested. They were hideously expensive when I got it. It will clean as good as new and 10 years from now still look that way.
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We have one as well -- it doesnt work ideally with our jib sheets, and we could be talked out of it. Send offer, via PM

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Dear Pblais,

thank you very much for your reply,could you please let me
know your price and is there any chance you could send me a picture ?

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Hi Terri,

thanks for your reply,could you please let me
know your price and is there any chance you could send me a picture ?

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Hi Terri,
are you still selling your ladder, we really need one urgently, US $200.- ok ?
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Let me ask the boss upon return tonight. We keep muttering about it but not doing anything about replacing it. It is in quite nice shape, the teak steps need re-oiling (as always)

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could you please let me know by tomorrow, because we are planning a 2 week trip
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Pay extra for the 72" ladder. The two steps underwater are worth every extra penny. Great product, albeit wildly overpriced.

Yes, you have to slide the block along the genoa track just forward of the ladder, so you should install the ladder as far aft as possible. Otherwise the sheet can get hung up under the ladder. And don't install the ladder on the genoa track itself (which is an option, I believe).
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