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Old 11 June 2012, 15:23   #41
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Old 11 June 2012, 15:26   #42
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Old 11 June 2012, 16:10   #43
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Old 12 June 2012, 16:40   #45
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I have fitted mine as shown below, cost 22 from Chris Hornsey Chandlery, made by Plastimo. I am still experimenting in best way to store it perhaps with a pull cord dangling over, only had the boat a week but that was one of the first things I bought, safety is top of my list

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Old 12 June 2012, 18:21   #46
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The used Tornado rib I recently bought has a stainless ladder which is cantilevered from the A frame. It rotates about 180 deegrees so conveniently clips against the A frame, then can be unclipped and lowered into the water (swivels over the tube) when required. As its stainless it sinks vertically and tends to not float, hence no extra weight needed. You can climb the ladder and pull against the A frame. I only used it once, tend to pull myself over the tubes pulling on the bottle rack, but it seems to work fine. Wouldn't test it with all my scuba kit on though!
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Old 13 June 2012, 02:19   #47
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An XL Doel-Fin works great a a ladder
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An XL Doel-Fin works great a a ladder
as long as you don't snap the anti-ventilation plate; it's pretty thin cast aluminum.

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Old 13 June 2012, 11:19   #49
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XS make a couple of great, strong stainless folding ladders that bolt to the A frame. I`ve tried rope typle ones and find they just dissapear under the boat when trying to climb up. sorry not great pics, phone camera but zoom in and you`ll get the idea.
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Old 13 June 2012, 12:00   #50
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Ive owned Marshan boats in the past and they used to have a plastic step mounted on the transom that worked well so no storage problems or stainless ladder hanging of the back .

Not my old boat but hers a photo of one
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