Garelick Swinger Pontoon Boarding Ladder

3 Step Swinger Pontoon Boarding Ladder - Garelick
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Cushioned Support Standoff Brace - Garelick
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The Garelick Swinger Pontoon Boarding Ladder quickly “swings” into action anytime. Designed for pontoon boats, this ladder offers stable and comfortable hold to help you safely re-board your boat. It also proves to be very useful during emergencies. Featuring an anodized aluminum tube construction, this ladder is strong and lightweight. The oval-shaped steps are also made of anodized aluminum and feature non-slip surface for grip.

  • For use with pontoon boats
  • Anodized aluminum tube construction
  • Non-slip oval-shaped anodized aluminum steps

Self-locking brackets hold the ladder in place while the included cushioned stand-offs provide support to the ladder. It is easy to install and permanently mounts at the boat side gate. Stow the ladder against the railing when not in use for compact storage.

Features of the Garelick Swinger Pontoon Boarding Ladder

  • Anodized aluminum tube construction
  • Non-slip oval-shaped anodized aluminum steps
  • Includes stainless steel hardware and securing strap
  • Self-locking brackets
  • Stows flat against railing
  • Permanently mounts at the side gate
  • Suitable for use to re-board after swimming or for emergencies

Specifications

Manf. Part # 19250

  • 3-step ladder
  • Height: 36" (91cm)
  • Width: 24" (61cm)

Manf. Part # 99005

  • Cushioned support standoff brace

Technical Documentation

Installation Instructions for Model 19250 'Swinger' Ladders

Features and Compatibility

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Too much work
by Randy from Cincinnati, Ohio on July 28, 2010
In order to raise or lower the ladder, the ladder has to be brought level to the horizon. The ladder will not rotate from the storage to use position if the ladder is not held parallel to the ground/water/horizon. A lot of physical, back bending work is required to get the knack of working this ladder. If a person tries to rotate the ladder just under or over the horizontal position you can bend the thick mounting brackets. Be ready to drill 12 holes in your boat in order to attach this ladder. The rungs are deep and the ladder is well built. The problem is being able to hold the ladder "straight out" (parallel to the horizon) in order to change position (usage to storage). After 7 years on the 27' Party Barge, the swivel broke on the ladder. I'm sorry to say that I switched back to a ladder that wasn't so high maintenance. A person with a bad back will not be happy with this ladder due to the effort required to move the ladder because you have to grab the top rung, lift the ladder out of the water, hold the ladder straight out, turn the ladder over without raising or lowering the attitude of the ladder (keep it parallel to the horizon).
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