Motorised or manual: disembarking onto the pier is super safe with Sanguineti boarding ladders

The electric or manual boarding ladder, perfect for safely getting on and off a number of different types of vessels, is supplied with self-levelling steps with a teak grate

8 April 2021 | by Redazione

When stepping onto a vessel, the boarding ladder is the first calling card. It must be aesthetically pleasing, but above all, it must offer safety, in particular for guests who are unaccustomed to “jumping” between a vessels and the pier. Sanguineti’s boarding ladders fully comply with this requirement.

Indeed, Sanguineti Chiavari, builds a number of models, motorised and manual, adapting to the type of unit on which they need to be installed and to the personal tastes of the owner. Whether it is electric or manual, Sanguineti’s boarding ladder allows for safe embarkation and is suitable for different types of vessels.

It is supplied with self-levelling steps with a teak grate, pivoting casters at the end that sets on the pier, and is completed with one or two rows of manual stanchions. Safety and practicality are therefore guaranteed also for guests who may be more reluctant to step across the gap between the boat and land: its comfort and robustness overcome this type of fear.


The motorised lateral boarding ladder by Sanguineti is built in a light anodized alloy, complete with box. To make it easier to embark and disembark, the steps are self-levelling and covered with a teak grate, so as to guarantee solidity and make them aesthetically pleasing.

It rests on the pier using pivoting casters placed at the ends. In order to make the ladder even safer, there is a row of manual stanchions, with the option of having a second row if required. This is also available in the new rotating model.


The same building characteristics are also seen in the manual version of the lateral boarding ladder. In addition to the light anodized alloy with which the ladder is made, there is also an attachment plate in stainless steel, equipped with a 25 millimetre diameter post shoe system.

Also in this version, the teak grate steps level automatically, depending on the difference between the pier and boat. In order to not take up too much space on the pier, there is also the option of choosing the rotating model. The end casters that set on the pier pivot, and, at the base, there is a row of manual stanchions, which can be doubled if required.

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