Ship’s Passageway Teak Ladder
A rare solid teak wood ship’s companionway stairs also what landlubbers refer to as ship’s ladder or ship’s stairs. You might want to build a room or house to accommodate this maritime relic as it will need a special place to fit into. Steps will rest level when ladder is 87 inches high and projecting out 44 inches. The width is 23 1/2 inches overall. This piece was made in a British shipyard in the late 1940’s as it was removed from the ship MV Hudson Firth built back then. This ladder has been totally restored to ship shape the traditional Maidhof style.