The SOS Recovery Ladder answers the question for all boaters and makes for a good plan to get you back on board. If you either intentionally got for a swim, or fall overboard, most boats do not have a facility to get you back on board.
- Simplicity & Speed - easy and quick to deploy in minutes.
- Operated by Single Person - is can be rolled out and ready for use in less than a minute.
- Assist Rescue - multi-function recovery/rescue ladder, able bodied uses ladder, injured or disabled crew can be horizontally lifted out with your block and tackle or halyard attached to bottom end lifting eye. The horizontal posture is important for a hypothermic victim.
- Valise - the compact bag is an integral part of the ladder.
4 Attaching points is the key to having stability of the ladder - secure ladder to cleat, gunwale, stanchion base, padeye or other available strong points.
The ladder is incorporated and packed into high visibility neon yellow mesh bag that unfolds instantly.
- Size folded compact is 500mm x 300mm (20 x 12 inches)
- Width of steps 370mm (14 1/2 inches)
- Weight - Lightweight only 3.3kg (7.2 pounds)
- Length - Deployed length of ladder is 2 1/4 metres (7 1/2 feet) enabling the MOB to step onto the lowest step with ease.
- Steps - 5 steps to enable the crew to use his/her knees to control the ladder in the water to prevent falling under the boat.
- Materials - Heavy duty wrap knitted polyester mesh
- Self Service - Rinse off, dry fold and place back into the integral zippered pouch. Dries quickly.
- Bright Rescue Colour - Aids visibility
- For Sail or Power Vessel
- Quality Certifications - All materials are certified and controlled under the standard quality ISO 9001 management system.