26117Re: [SabreSailboat] Re: Swim ladder with stern pupit
- Aug 2, 2010DavidThe SS work on most late model Sabres was fabricated by a shop in Michigan, "Tops in Quality: is their name. They would have the ability to fabricate a ladder to your specifications. I have heard from others who have had made to order work that they are reasonable and produce accurate work from your plans or specifications.Len BertauxWalkabout S38 MKIIOn Aug 2, 2010, at 11:49 AM, dleedvm wrote:
Thanks, everyone, for your reponses! I like the looks of the ladder on the Sabre 34. The only difference is that your stern pulpit has two rails whereas the 28 only has one. Still, I wouldn't think cutting it would alter the structural integrity all that much. I also appreciate the caveats about the stern vs. a side ladder. I will look for a folding ladder for the side. Thanks again.
--- In Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com, "robert dubee" <rdubee@...> wrote:
> Swim / boarding ladder for my Sabre 34
> was very simple and inexpensive. Purchased
> a folding teak ladder from local marine
> store. High quality and just one hinge off
> eye hook. Extends down to 7 feet so it
> makes easy access from swimming or
> from a dingy. Attaches on to two eye hooks
> screwed into toe rail beside starrboard
> gate. Stores nicely in forward sail locker.
> Weighs about 25 pounds.
> Only issue would be with man overboard
> emergency, one would have to leave
> cockpit to retrieve laddar. Could also
> store it in cockpit sail locker.
> For the above reason we recently also
> got a stern ladder for safety reasons
> which is easy to let down and climb
> aboard and you never have to leave
> the wheel.
> The solid teak ladder cost about $250
> 20 years ago and is a lot less expensive
> than the new stern ladder that had to
> be custom made.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Aug 1, 2010, at 8:39 AM, "jack horner" <captbluwater@...>
> > DAN , I have cut my stern pulpit top rail out with my roto zip
> > grinder. I love it now i have a knee replacement and in sunny
> > Florida.So the top rail was a problem. I cut it one inch from the
> > weld to allow a Bimini end fitting and chain with a snap shackle. I
> > also split my Sabre 28's back stay to free the area.
> > I just love it now. Go cruising and step in the the hard dink from
> > the stern. Just tie off fore and aft ! Best of luck i have pix to
> > if you like ... Lee
> > From: Daniel Trainor <dptrainor@...>
> > To: Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Sun, August 1, 2010 6:36:10 AM
> > Subject: Re: [SabreSailboat] Re: Swim ladder with stern pupit
> > Does not sound crazy to me. I have heard of other people doing just
> > that on S28.
> > On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 1:05 AM, Martin <mnthomas46@gmail. com> wrote:
> > Another option would be a side mounted ladder by the gate. Perhaps
> > less of a project and I think there are advantages to side entry
> > from a dinghy.
> > Martin
> > --- In Sabresailboat@ yahoogroups. com, "dleedvm" <leex3103@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi everyone,
> > > Ok, the newb has a ton of questions! Weird after being one of the
> > "older" participants in the Potter forum for so long. One thing I
> > didn't really consider was what I would do about a swim ladder - the
> > kids swim off the boat a lot (and the odds of me falling in are
> > pretty good too!). My stern pulpit is complete across the transom.
> > Would it be crazy to cut one segment and replace it with a lifeline
> > that could be disconnected? It sounds kind of crazy as I type this
> > but I'm not sure how else I would do this. Thanks
> > > David
> > >
> > --
> > Dan
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