This Mast Ladder Will Get You to the Top in No Time!

Sooner or later, you have to go up the mast. Recovery Marine's Mast Ladder is an easy-climbing 50-foot alternating-step, flexible ladder made of 2" (50mm) wide nylon webbing with a sewn tensile strength of 3,000 lb. And yet, it still easily packs into a compact bag.

The Mast Ladder retails for $235.00 

But we've negotiated a 10% Special Discount Deal with Recovery Marine for our visitors:

$235.00 Get yours for just $211.50*!

  • LENGTH: 50 feet;
  • ALTERNATING STEP LENGTH: 17 inches;
  • STRENGTH: Sewn tensile strength of 3,000 pounds;
  • STEPS: Double-reinforced with steps formed by two continuous parallel straps of webbing, one sewn to form the step, the other straight, and vice versa, over the length of the ladder; 
  • DEPLOYMENT: Fittings slide into mainsail track and hoisted on main halyard;
  • EASY-TO-USE: Climbing is easy;
  • CONVENIENT: Comes with its own bag, folds up into a packet, roughly the size of a three-inch-thick legal-sized paper pad;
  • BRIGHTLY COLORED: For easy viewing and use.
Recovery Marine

Get Your Mast Ladder here at the discounted price of $211.50*!

*Price includes free shipping to the United States, all US Dependencies, and Canada.

For shipping to Europe and elsewhere, please contact Recovery Marine for a quote...


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