HI All,

  Im going to need Stairs/Steps to get on our  47 commander from the Dock to Aft deck, FInger piers are too small.

I measured water line to deck , Approx 4 1/2 feet,?  Sound about right? and does anyone have one to sell, Or have a lead on where to get a used one?  Im already on the sites looking..

Or  if someone has built them, SPecs??

Thanks

Rob

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I have a 45’ Commander. I bought a set of metal stairs typically used in warehouses. They have a platform on the top with security railing. I cut one of the top railings to access the boat from the side. They make for easy boarding and disembark.   They are lighter than wood steps and came with wheels on the bottom which are in use when the staircase is tilted for easy relocation. They come in a variety of heights to accommodate your elevation from your dock. I bought a 4 foot elevation. 

Cost was about $500

Hi Steve,  Do you have any photos??

Steve Macdonell said:

I have a 45’ Commander. I bought a set of metal stairs typically used in warehouses. They have a platform on the top with security railing. I cut one of the top railings to access the boat from the side. They make for easy boarding and disembark.   They are lighter than wood steps and came with wheels on the bottom which are in use when the staircase is tilted for easy relocation. They come in a variety of heights to accommodate your elevation from your dock. I bought a 4 foot elevation. 

Cost was about $500


These are platform steps I use on dock to board boat. 22 inches wide yielding a 46 inch platform for disembark and boarding. I choose 46 inch height but many elevation options available.

You need to tilt stairs at 45 degree angle for wheels to be useable when moving. 

i removed the right side security bar to step onto boat as I dock port side of the dock. In winter I roll steps off tge dock for storage

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