Boating

BOARDING LADDER

Source: STEP ON UP The more steps a ladder has going below the waterline, the better it is.

When buying a boat, most boaters probably view the boarding ladder as an afterthought, if they notice it at all. Most probably don’t pay attention to it until the first time they’re trying to get back into the boat from the water. Maybe it’s not such a big

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