When the top lines in the industry are consistently using certain products, you want to pay attention. If they’re using an item across the board, it tells you that there’s merit there. That’s the case with the heavy-duty SSL-UFSL Stainless-Steel OEM Dock and Pontoon Ladder. Giants in the pontoon world like South Bay, Smokercraft, Berkshire, Crest, and Sylvan call this ladder their first choice for getting in and out of their boats, and so should you.
The SSL-UFSL is made of rugged 316 stainless steel. We’ve chosen this steel because it is the most desired metal to use in marine environments due to its proven resistance to pitting corrosion that other grades of steel can’t match. The metal construction, combined with the extremely durable anodized finish, allows this ladder to withstand the elements, and tons of use, while maintaining its look and structural integrity.
What’s up dock? These rungs, buddy! With one move they can be collapsed and stored conveniently out of the way until ready for use! This ladder will make a great addition to your pontoon boat or dock because of the ease of use and storage capability.
If you’re worried about the strength of telescoping ladders, as they may not seem as sturdy as a fixed-position ladder, you don’t have to worry with this version from bl.c, or any of our ladders, for that matter. Its 400-lb. capacity is one of many reasons that the most popular cruiser crafts on the market call this ladder #1!
When you’re ready to step up your ladder game to the same level that the pros use, contact us at Boatladders.com and speak to one of our friendly customer service agents, today!
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I researched replacement ladders for Stern-Entry on our pontoon. I finally found this one. As we are aging, getting back onto our pontoon is increasingly more difficult with that little 'factory' ladder. Now, this is an excellent replacement ladder. It reaches almost 18" further down into the water making it so much easier to board. OR that is the hope. I just received the ladder about 10 days ago and the weather hasn't been conducive to bolting on a new ladder. Although I did hold it up into place and it looks like it will fit perfectly. I can't wait to try it out this Spring or Summer. IF I don't like it, I will write another review later after I have had time actually use this ladder. But SO FAR, I am very happy and excited to try it.
The ladder had a manufacture defect. The hoop legs were welded uneven. But not wanting to wait another 2 weeks for a new one I installed it anyway by forcing the leg down to match the other.
The ladder came shipped fast. No box damage. But as I was mounting it to the boat I noticed the hoop legs where they bolt to the deck were made uneven. A manufacture error during welding. Not wanting to ship it back and further delay our boat fun, I forced the leg into position. And bolted it down. I would suggest checking all future ladders of this type for even construction.