TRANSOM LADDER 3-STEP GARELLICK

AAA

QAR 2,600.00

Features

  • OUT OF THE WAY, YET INSTANTLY AVAILABLE: THE LADDER IN THE TRANSOM! This Patented “invisible” ladder system can be integrated stylistically into even the sleekest
    of hull shapes, opening entirely new avenues in safety and design.
  • INVISIBLE – When stowed, the Boarding Ladder sits fully within the transom of the boat. The only component of
    this revolutionary boarding system visible is a simple and stylish faceplate with an integrated locking
    and release feature.
  • QUICK & EASY – From either on board or in the water, the Boarding Ladder deploys instantly and easily with a simple one-handed tug on the release pin. Once out of its storage tube, the ladder’s traction molded steps
    simply fold out, creating a sturdy and convenient series of steps for re-boarding.
  • VERSATILE – There is a Boarding Ladder for just about any size and shape boat. Available in 3 and 4 step lengths, in both manual and semi-automatic configurations this ladder may be the most important feature you DON’T SEE.
  • For OEM installation only
  • Designed for boats with negative 15-degree transom or positive based on the part number
  • Offered in several styles to fit most OEM boarding applications
  • Completely hidden from view when not in use
  • Ladder unlocks and slides aft and into the water in one fluid motion
  • This unique combination of stowablity and simplicity helps provide boaters quick, easy and safe reboarding with no on board assistance.
  • Compact operation: Steps open and close independently
  • Semi-auto operation: All steps on common side open and close simultaneously
SKU: A001-A15013-12-1 Category:

Specifications

19902-XX

IMPORTANT

There are many other versions available based on the boat manufacturer’s specifications. Please consult your boat manufacturer for your correct ladder part number.

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