Hook Boat Ladder

   

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11"

3 Steps

11"

4 Steps

  • Strong aluminum tubing
  • Ladder hooks over side of boat
  • 15" wide
  • 11" hooks
  • Folds flat for storage
The Hook Boat Ladder features strong aluminum tubing that hooks over the side of a boat. It folds flat for storage.
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Works in a pinch The ladder has a 250 pound weight rating which severely over rated. I broke both the support legs first time out (yes it was used properly) and I weigh 180 pounds. It would be a much better ladder if the support legs were also aluminum with 4-8 inches more adjustment instead of plastic. It will work in a pinch or life and death situation but don't count on it holding up too long. June 6, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good value worth the money, a bit "light" as to load capability, i would not trust the steps for anyone over 200 lbs, but for average use it is fine August 5, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hook Boat Ladder As advertised, and quick delivery. It doesn't fold flat, but that's ok. Well made. July 21, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Ladder for price Excellant ladder for the price. Our boat has a high gunnel and I am going to buy the four foot ladder to get the extra step. Buy the longer ladder if you have a deep-V bottom boat with high gunnel. Our gunnel is wide and the ladder hooks fit very comfortably. July 11, 2010
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There is a small insert in each of the fold out feet. One came out somewhere while the ladder was in use. I need to find a replacement.
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You can contact Dotline Drifter Marine at 1-800-279-4611 for the small insert for the ladder.
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yes mine is a 16 1/2 fishing aluminum
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Yes, it will. I have a 14' Pontoon and it fits with extra room on the sides.
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250 pounds though it should be closer to about 190-200
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250 lbs. - Shorter ladder holds up good with person of 200 lbs.
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my husband fishes and i swim while he does, i need a ladder for his boat so i can get in and out easier.
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It should, consider the width of the side of the boat where it will rest before buying
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I am sure it will work. It just hangs off the side of your boat. It is really easy to use and it folds well to store in the boat too.
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