Pilot Ladder – Embarkation Ladder with Spreaders – Wooden Hardwood Beech
Hardwood (beech wood) Pilot Ladder. Assists pilot and crews getting in and out of the vessel in normal situations.
Pilot Ladder – Embarkation Ladder with Spreaders
What Do I Use a Pilot Ladder For?
The pilot ladder is used for the pilot and crews getting in and out the vessel in normal situations. The pilot ladder has a spreader, differential from the embarkation ladder in it's design. The steps of each ladder are made of hard wood, except for the last 4 steps, which are made of rubber. The pilot ladder is a convenient means of transferring personnel into and out of a vessel safely.
Why Do I Need a Pilot Ladder?
In December 2010 IMO MSC 88 adopted MSC.308(88), which contains amendments to SOLAS regulation V/23 and IMO resolution A.1045(27) this amendment provides additional recommendation for pilot ladder arrangements and pilot transfer arrangements applicable to all new built vessels and some existing vessels.
Key Features & Equipment Benefits
- Enables crews to get in and out of vessel
- Hard wood steps for durability
- Last 4 steps made from rubber for foot purchase
- Hardwood (beech wood) spreader
- 4 Strand Manila rope
- Step Thimbles: Hardwood (beech wood)
- Aluminium rope clamp
- Istituto Giordano Wheelmark
- Complies with IMO Res. A1045(27), MSC / Circ. 1428,
- ISO 799 (2004), SOLAS 74 Conv. as, amended Reg. V23, X/3
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