The Rescue Step

Have you ever heard of The Rescue Step? If not, I highly recommend you take a few minutes and get to know what The Rescue Step is. I had the pleasure of meeting The Rescue Step team at the Great American Outdoor Show and it was a no-brainer to have them showcase their product here on TinBoats.

Brief  info about The Rescue Step

The Rescue Step was founded with the sole aim of saving lives. Coast Guard statistics shows that most drowning deaths occur when people fall out of small boats. Don’t be caught agape, it really happens. You may want to know why and what inspired the owner of this website to come up with the idea of The Rescue Step, then watch this video.

The Rescue Step is basically an emergency re-boarding ladder for small boats. The Rescue Step is mainly designed to mount on the transom to provide a very simple, but sturdy way to re-board in an emergency. The Rescue Step is constructed of solid aluminum to provide unmatched strength, alongside a jam-proof design that will confidently perform in an emergency case. Most people do believe that they can easily re-board their fishing boat, if you are one of them you have to watch this video because the reality of cold water, surprise, and heavy wet clothes result in thousands of drowning every year.

What do they offer

Thе Rescue Step comes in six соlоrѕ and fіts most small bоаtѕ wіth flаt trаnѕоmѕ, and is аvаіlаblе through bоаt dеаlеrѕ оr directly from the website. Clісk on thе PRODUCTS раgе tо ѕее thе аvаіlаblе mоdеlѕ.


To cap it all, The Rescue Step is a life-saving tool that gives a second chance of living. You want to know more about The Rescue Step? Why not take a look at their website by clicking here.

4 thoughts on “The Rescue Step

  1. We used to use an old-fashioned rope ladder hung of the transom.
    Dad kept it rolled and stowed on the inner side of the transom, with a lanyard affixed so it hung off the rear. It was reachable by a man in the water. A swift yank on the rope and the ladder would flop over the rear and roll down.
    It wasn’t a fancy thing like this, and it wasn’t for anything but emergencies.
    I cant offer fotos or even details – it was a long time ago
    But you get the idea.

  2. I don’t get why the first guy was trying to climb over the side, instead of going to the transom which can be lower and use the motor to climb up. Nice device but other things I’d rather spend the money on. Just my two cents.

  3. My father has a chair installed on the basement steps. Maybe we could have one of these installed on the boat. It would be much easier than using a ladder! It’s al a little extreme as there are many ways to enter the boat without a permanently installed ladder cluttering up the transom, isn’t it?

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