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Under Platform Sliding Ladder - Garelick
Designed for under platform use; stows easily and compactly. Ideal for installations under swim platforms or under deck on bow or side of pontoon …
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Garelick Two-Step Transom Ladder
The Garelick Two-step Ladder is designed to be mounted on curved or angled transoms of small boats. This fold-down ladder features contour black …
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Garelick The Original Gunwale Eez-In Hook Ladder
The Original Gunwale Eez-In Hook Ladder from Garelick is the ideal choice for boat owners who are looking for a strong, lightweight and compact boat …
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Garelick O/B Transom Platform with Telescoping Ladder
The Garelick O/B Transom Platform with Telescoping Ladder is designed for use with outboard motor boats. It mounts to the transom at 10 degree angle …
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Garelick 3-Step Transom Ladder
Safe and sturdy, the Garelick 3-step Transom Ladder makes boarding and de-boarding your water craft easy and comfortable. The top hand rails are …
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Garelick Eez-In Stainless Steel Transom Ladder
Compact, sleek and sturdy, the Garelick Eez-In Transom Ladder made of stainless steel is the perfect choice for your pontoon or small boat. This …
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Garelick Telescoping Stainless Steel Gunwale Eez-In Hook Ladder
The Garelick Telescoping Gunwale Eez-In Hook Ladder is a great option for boat owners who want a reliable accessory that demands less maintenance. …
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Garelick Gull Wing Step Ladder - Anodized Aluminum Frame
Boarding your boat carrying bulky gear or fins is no more a problem, thanks to the Garelick Gull Wing Step Ladder. This heavy-duty ladder features …
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Garelick Gull Wing Step Ladder - Stainless Steel Frame
Designed with gull wing steps, this Garelick ladder offers a safe and convenient way to board the boat when you’re carrying heavy gear or …
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Garelick Stainless Steel Sport/Diver Ladder
The Garelick Sport/Diver Ladder is exclusively designed to allow effortless boarding for swimmers and divers carrying heavy fins or bulky gear. This …
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Garelick Sport/Diver Ladder
With its stair-like construction and angled design, the Garelick Sport/Diver Ladder makes it easy for you to re-board your boat even when you’ …
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Garelick Compact Eez-In II Transom Ladder
Re-boarding your boat is breeze when you have installed Garelick Compact Eez-In II Transom Ladder on your watercraft. This ladder is compact, and …
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Garelick Stainless Steel Transom Ladder Step
The Garelick Transom Ladder Step offers a one-step solution to easily getting on and off your boat. Made of sleek and sturdy 304 stainless steel, …
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Garelick Inflatable Boat Ladders
Does your inflatable boat require a safe and lightweight boat ladder? The Garelick Inflatable Boat Ladder featuring a special contour design is a …
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Garelick Folding Pontoon Transom Boarding Ladder
With the Garelick Folding Pontoon Transom Boarding Ladder, you can re-board your pontoon boat with ease, confidence and comfort. This permanent …
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Telescoping Pontoon Ladder (Garelick)
With the Garelick Telescoping Boarding Ladder, you don’t have to worry about safely getting back to your pontoon boat after a swimming or …
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Garelick Anodized Aluminum Dock/Raft Ladder - Flip Up Model
Now boarding your boat is easy and safe, thanks to the Garelick Dock/Raft Ladder. This wide track ladder with full width steps and a 10 degree …
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Platform Ladder, 2-Step, 25" - Garelick
3-STEP TRANSOM LADDER 1-3 Steps, Fold down L: 23" + 18" (58+46cm), OL: 41" (104cm), W: 16" (41cm), dimension from deck to standoff: 20" (51cm), Over …
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3 Step Swinger Pontoon Boarding Ladder - Garelick
19250 : 3 step L: 36" (91cm), W: 24" (61cm) Features: For swimming or emergencies Permanently mounts at side gate Stows flat against railing - …
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4 Step Pontoon Folding Deck Ladder - Garelick
12150 : 4 step, Fold down L: 24" + 18" (61+46cm), W: 15" (38cm) Features: Folds down to 4 steps for easy boarding Folds and stows in locker …
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Transom Ladder, 12"W, 3-Step, - Garelick
Durable HDPE platform is pre-drilled for easy assembly Mounts at 10 degree angle on transom Ladder steps telescope down easily Ladder slides up and …
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Garelick Outboard Swim Platform With Fold Down Ladder Step
The Garelick Outboard Swim Platform with fold down ladder step is functional and attractive addition to your outboard boat. The platform mounts to …
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Garelick Outboard Transom Platform & Telescoping Ladder
Combing comfort, convenience and safety, the Garelick Outboard Transom Platform and Telescoping Ladder is a must-have for your runabout boat. It …
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Garelick Compact Stainless Steel Transom Ladder
Featuring a compact footprint, the Garelick Transom Ladder is perfect for mounting in small areas. This boat ladder is made of heavy-duty stainless …
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Under Platform Telescoping Ladder (Garelick)
The Garelick Ladder stays out of sight under the platform when not in use and telescopes down when required. This ladder is made of electro polished …
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Garelick Anodized Aluminum Dock/Raft Ladder - Fixed Model
Your passengers will find it very easy and comfortable to board your boat, thanks to the Garelick Dock/Raft Ladder. Set at an angle of 10 degrees, …
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Garelick I/O Swim Platform With Fold Down Ladder Step
Easily climb back to your boat after a swimming or diving session with the Garelick I/O Swim Platform Ladder. It has an fold-down step made of …
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Garelick Compact Fold-Down Transom Ladder
The Garelick Compact Fold-Down Transom Ladder is designed for use on small boat transoms with a compact mounting area. It is designed to fit most …
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Garelick Removable Folding Pontoon Boarding Ladder
Found a beautiful spot for swimming? Drop anchor and dive into the cool waters to enjoy a refreshing swim. You can safely climb back to your boat …
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Garelick Over Platform Telescoping Drop Ladder
Featuring a telescoping design, the Garelick Over Platform Ladder easily folds out and drops down. Anytime you want to enjoy a relaxing swim, just …
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Garelick Stainless Steel Gunwale Eez-In Hook Ladder
Designed to mount to the gunwale, the Garelick Eez-In Hook Ladder offers a safe and comfortable solution to re-boarding your boat. It is made of 304 …
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Garelick Cockpit Steps
Step up or down from your boat cockpit in style with Garelick Cockpit Steps. Designed for all type of cruisers, these steps feature strong anodized …
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Boating Know How
Professional Safety Tips While Using a Dock or Boat Ladder

Safety tips for Scuba Divers and Swimmers When Using Dock or Boat Ladders

Scuba divers diving from boat ladders and dock ladders need to keep in mind that there are safety issues to be considered during entry and exit from the waters. Accidents happen without notice, ... read more and if divers and swimmers put safety as a priority, then the probability of accidents in the water reduce by a significant margin.

Be extremely careful and cautious when you encounter these type of situations

How To Prevent Slipping When Getting up and down a Ladder

Slipping

For instance, one can easily slip as the water causes the ladder surface to be wet. This increases the possibility of slipping when exiting or entering the water. Whether you are a scuba diver or a swimmer, ensure that you take care of yourself as you ease into the water or as you exit from the water onto the dock or into the watercraft you are using.

Do not assume that you will fall into the water, and this may not be a serious concern. Well, the water will break your fall but the ladder might hit other parts of your body leaving you in pain.

When diving in rough waters where there might be large swells and powerful undercurrents, the ladder can pose a danger to you when using it. When exiting the water, ensure that no large swell is visible as it may carry you and run you against the ladder or jam you together with the ladder. Undercurrents are also dangerous especially when you swim too close to the ladders. If you want to exit the water, ensure that any undercurrent does not push you towards the ladder as you can get injured in the process.

Diving fins are slippery when wet and hard to use when using a ladder. Always ensure that you remove them before attempting to use a ladder. They can cause you to fall back into the water or make the exiting process quite a laborious task. There are ladders that are designed to be used when you have your fins on. Christmas tree ladders are a good example. Ensure that you know which type of ladder you are using so as to be safe.

Rough Waters

Most divers avoid diving when the waters are rough. However, divers who are professional sea photographers and experienced divers may want to go on an adventure when the sea is rough. The biggest problem with a rough sea is that the swells, waves and undercurrents may be too strong even for a professional diver.

It is advisable to put safety first and avoid such waters but if the waters become rough when you are still at sea swimming or diving then try as much as possible to shorten your dive time and climb aboard.

Wait until the waves move past the boat. Any swell in the vicinity should also be left to pass since the force of the water can carry you further from the boat, into dangerous zones such as a boat engine or propellers or knock you against the sides of the watercraft or the boat ladders.

When dealing with strong undercurrents, ensure that you are horizontal to the water. This creates a somewhat streamlined angle which will allow you to cut into the undercurrent. Cutting the undercurrent allows you to maintain your position in the water. As soon as the undercurrent passes, try to swim towards the boat as fast as possible. This is assuming that you are several feet deep into the water. If you are near the boat, always use the rope that is tied to the boat to direct you towards it and to avoid being lost at sea.

If you attempt to swim towards the boat when an undercurrent passes, it will drive you further from the boat, and you may find yourself in a bad situation. Always try and dive in groups or with the company of another diver. In this way, you will be able to help each other in times of crises. The waters are tricky, and you never know what may happen.

How to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning from a Boat Engine

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning is deadly to scuba divers. Ensure that you consult with your tank filling station and check whether they have a carbon dioxide monitor. Air is tricky, and you cannot be sure of what you are breathing. Thus, it's essential to make sure you have a carbon monoxide analyzer that allows you to check your gas tank. This safety precaution will help you breathe with ease knowing that your tank has adequate oxygen and no carbon monoxide.

Carbon monoxide kills as the diver ascends the water depth due to a decrease in pressure in the water. The scuba diver can dive without knowing that the tank poses a danger. Danger will manifest when the diver attempts to exit the waters as the pressure that was converting the harmful carbon monoxide gas to oxygen and carbon is no longer at play thus the gas saturates the body causing unconsciousness and death.

A carbon monoxide analyzer that is portable can easily fit in your diving bag and prevent imminent death.

Getting Caught by the Propeller

The boat propeller releases force into the water that can disorient your movement in the water. Always ensure that your dive allows space between you and the propeller. Do not dive from the back of the boat unless the propeller is switched off in order to increase safety. Take your time before diving to ensure that the boat propeller has been switched off. Also dive away from the propellers so that even when they are on, they won’t suck you into the vicinity of the propeller force.

If you get caught in the propeller, without help chances of survival are minimal. Propellers are dangerous. Bigger watercrafts have massive propellers that can kill a diver in seconds if stuck between the fins of the propeller. It is dangerous to swim near or dive near a turning propeller. Avoid this area as much as possible.

Avoid currents generated when a flat bottomed vessel is crossing as these currents emanating from the sides of the vessel will only push you towards the propellers.

Keep Your Eye's Open for Predators Feeding

Schools of Fish

Sometimes divers are overwhelmed by schools of fish passing through the diving area. The fish will usually pose no harm, but the fish predators might. Ensure that you dive in an area that is safe for diving and avoid such areas that are known to have a lot of “fish traffic." Some areas have sharks that go after such fish during certain times of the year. Be informed at all times to prevent surprises such as these.

Diving and swimming is fun and enjoyable if safety is prioritized. Avoid being a fatality by following these simple safety precautions.



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