Heavy Duty STRAIGHT Dock Ladders
Available in two lengths to fit most applications.
When selecting a ladder, consider the depth from the top of the dock into the water.
  • Satin finished anodized aluminum
    No black marks on hands or cloths from untreated aluminum
  • 1 3/4” and 2" Round aluminum frame
    Heavy duty, twice the stregth of ordinary 1" ladders.
  • Extends deeper below the deck than ordinary ladders
    51” for 4 step and 63” for 5 step.
  • Steps are Big-Wide 4” x 19” embossed non-skid aluminum.
    Steps are welded to the frame for heavy duty use.
  • Easy assembly
    Bolt the top handrails into the one piece welded bottom frame.
  • Rated for up to 500 lb.
    The steps won’t bend even under the heaviest swimmer.
  • Mounts to the dock or Swim Float through holes in the top
    We supply both screws and bolts with every ladder.
  • No sharp edges, safe for bare feet.
    Opening on the steps are sealed with plastic plugs.

Straight Dock Ladders are supplied with two types of hardware

straight dock ladder
straight dock ladder Heavy Duty “screws” for mounting to a wooden platform.
Use one or the other to mount.
5/16” stainless bolts, locknuts and washers.
straight dock ladder bolt
Our Heavy Duty Straight Dock come in either a 4 Step or a 5 Step version. 100% aluminum frame that comes in a satin anodized finsh with stainless steel hardware. Top tube is 1 3/4" aluminum tube, and lower ladder is 2" round aluminum tube. Comes with large comfort steps that are 4" deep and 19" long and have a embossed non skid design. Ladder is rated for 500 lbs.
OPTIONAL E-Z Release Mounting Hardware
The E-Z release kit allows you to remove your straight dock ladder by just pulling two pins.
Sold elsewhere for $39.95 we discounted it to $19.95 when bought with a new ladder.

straight ladder mount

When you check out with a new ladder the E-Z release kit will be available for $19.95.
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4 Step $215 5 Step $239
Extends 51" below the dock/deck
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Extends 63" below the dock/deck
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Straight Dock Ladders
straight dock ladders
There is sometimes confusion between our traditional dock and pontoon ladder and the straight dock ladder. The difference is the straight dock ladder goes straight down into the water while the traditional ladder goes out at an angle. Generally speaking the angled ladder is easier to climb. However in an installation where boats come in close proximity to the ladder, the straight dock ladder has its benefits.
angled pontoon ladder  straight dock ladder 
Ladder goes out on an angle  Ladder goes straight down 
Some of our competitors sell straight dock ladders that are made like the pontoon/dock ladder except for the straight versus angle design. Our experience is that the straight dock ladder is often used in more extreme conditions (camps, public docks, etc). Our straight dock ladder is a different ladder than our dock/pontoon ladder and considerably stronger.