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· Cal 9.2 SilverSwan
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I had a ladder that fit over the toe rail, but was not mounted for everyday use. I prefered the transom mounded ones for always being there for a possible MOB recovery. If you are overboard it is too late to think about finding the ladder in the lazerette and installing it on the toe rail. I looked on the internet and Ebay for months and finally found one for under $100 delivered. WM has several versions abailable, but none were a fit for the transom on the Cal 9.2. It mounted with 4 1/4x20 screws, just needed to add an access port on the inside of the cockpit to access the nuts and mounting washers. It pivits down and extends into the water far enough to be able to stand on. I tried the emergency Plastimo ladder, rope with plastic rungs, it just was not practicle requiring too much upper body strength. If the water is cold, you need an easier way...


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