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Step of a pilot ladder which prevents the ladder from twisting

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RATLINE

A small rope forming a rung of a rope ladder on a ship

ESCAPE TRUNK

A vertical trunk fitted with a ladder to permit personnel to escape if trapped

COMPANIONWAY

An access way in a deck, with a ladder leading below, for the use of the crew

GUEST WARP

A forward leading rope from an accommodation ladder or gangway to assist vessels in coming along side.

JACOBS LADDER

Traditionally the ladder to the top of the topgallant mast. A rope ladder with wooden rungs.

JACOB'S LADDER

A rope ladder suspended from the side of a vessel and used for boarding.

BUCKET-LADDER DREDGE

A dredge whose digging mechanism consists of a ladder-like truss on the periphery of which is attached an endless chain riding on sprocket wheels and carrying attached buckets. Also bucket-ladder excavator known as bucket ladder; bucket-line dredge; ladder-bucket dredge; ladder dredge.

EXTENSION LADDER

A ladder of two or more nesting sections which can be extended to almost the combined length of the sections.

LADDER TRENCHER

A machine that digs trenches by means of a bucket-ladder excavator. Also known as ladder ditcher.

BOARDING ARRANGEMENT

All gear, such as pilot ladder, accommodation ladder, hoist, etc., necessary for a safe transfer of the pilot
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