I saw a 42 Catalina this week with a nice aluminum boarding ladder. Picture attached. It is pinned in place with two removable pins in brackets. Very sturdy.

I saw the same ladder on a Hatteras this week too. That tells me it was not a Chris Craft specific design. Someone must have made these and maybe still does.

Looking to get something like it for my 410 Commander. Anyone know anything about these boarding ladders?

Thanks

John  Brock

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Looks like Marquipt brackets and sea ladder. You can find them at http://www.marquipt.com

Darin

Darin,

I think you may have nailed it. Marquipt did not show up on any of my searches. Thanks for pointing me toward them. I have sent them an enquiry.

John

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