Climb your mast in Comfort and Safety!
Stable and Quick
Hoisted on a halyard and stabilised by sail slides
Made to Measure
Rung placement calculated based on your precise ladder length
An average 35' ladder comes in a dry bag of only 20 litres.
Robust materials and design, with a 5 year guarantee
“Heading up my mast today to wash sand off, just because it’s so easy now.”
Think it won’t work on your mast? Try us!
Our ladders will work with a wide array of different rigs and systems including
Our Stand-Off System gathers the ladder up like a Venetian Blind to get round swept spreaders which can get in the way when hoisting your ladder.
In Mast Furling
Most In-Mast Furling Systems have a built-in Spare Luff Groove in the extrusion, for a backup mainsail or staysail. Some do not, but we can still offer a solution.
There’s a rich variety of Mainsail Management Systems out there, and we have a modification for most. So get in touch if yours falls outside the norm.
Multi Mast Rigs
We often make modifications that allow the same ladder to be used on multiple masts. Whatever your configurations, we'll have a solution so that one fits all.
The most natural way to climb a mast,
without having to drill holes in it to fit steps.
Work with both of your hands free
Combined with our pole strap you can work aloft from a stable base with both of your hands free, allowing you to focus completely on the task at hand while safe and secure.
No More Dangling in the Breeze
Unlike a more traditional bosuns chair, a mast ladder leaves you in full control throughout the climb. It's easy to use single handed and won't leave you dangling in the breeze.
No Compromise to Mast Integrity
The stability and convenience of Mast steps at a fraction of the cost, and without the extra windage, sail abrasion, and corrosion risk of holes drilled in your mast.
What our Customers Say
The ladder is a great piece of kit and enabled a 69 years old to get to the top of the mast in safety. Having spent 45 mins up there first time, the climb up and down a vertical ladder and the steadying while up there turned my legs to jelly, so on subsequent forays to the top I took a Bosun's chair up with me and I was able to have a good rest while doing the necessary work. I think that's cracked the question of fatigue and I can feel very confident about working up the mast.
I took my time to search for the correct item I required to climb my mast with ease and this item is perfect. I have swept spreaders but with contact to Kinleven the solution was simple.
Would and have recommended this to all in my marina.
I have now had my mast ladder for one and a half years, made especially for my two-masted Nauticat 43. I am extremely happy with it, using it tree to four times per year in both masts. The versatility of the ladder and ability for me to use it without assistance from others, to quickly enter the mast repeatedly, retrieving tools etc., are some of the advantages that I would not like to live without, once I first tried it. Pam and Denis are always extremely supporting and helpful, why I can only give their products my best recommendations.