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SeaSense 5-Step Rope Ladder
Every boat needs a ladder—lives may one day depend on it. If you don't have a permanent ladder mounted, the SeaSense 5-Step Rope Ladder offers a convenient alternative. With easy-to-negotiate steps made of UV-resistant PVC and a quality nylon braided rope, this SeaSense rope ladder is lightweight, sturdy, compact, and collapsible—a smart, yet affordable choice. Pre-formed top loop secures quickly to any boat railing or cleat. Steps measure 11-3/4"W; collapses to 8"H. The Rope Ladder extends to 5 feet. Manufacturer model #: 008702.
Essential for any boat not equipped with a permanent ladder
UV-resistant PVC steps with nylon braided rope
Lightweight, sturdy, compact, and collapsible—smart, yet affordable
Top loop secures quickly to any boat railing or cleat
Rated 1 out of
Does not work properlyWe bought this for our family bay boat (19 foot). Unfortunately, it doesn't work well at all because the steps simply slide under the hull and don't give the leverage to pull yourself up in the boat. It wasn't size related either--kids nor adults could make it work. Ended up having to through a deck line around the leaning post to pull ourselves up and then kept someone in the boat at all times so you could pull people in. I wish it worked better because the size is great for storage but just doesn't work at all.
Date published: 2019-07-08
Rated 5 out of
Good safety ladder!I bought this ladder (in-store bargain cave) and let me tell you it WORKS! Last summer I attached the ladder to a tie down on the gunwale, stepped down into the water, swam around and climbed back into the boat with absolutely no difficulty. Yes, it floats and once you step on it you have no trouble climbing back into your boat. Folds or rolls up into a small package to store virtually anywhere in your boat. I'm an avid duck hunter who often hunts alone out of my boat and it's small price to pay for safety in the event you go overboard!
Date published: 2019-03-17
Rated 1 out of
First Time Boater from
Worst Ladder EverThis ladder should be advertised as “Nosense” instead of “Seasense”. This ladder floats on top of the water making it near impossible to climb. This ladder is impractical and poorly designed. I would recommend spending the extra money for a aluminum boat mounted ladder.