Trying to figure out a boarding ladder in case someone falls in the water or otherwise goes for a swim. Living up by latitude 64.5 so probably not a lot of use of a ladder, but I need something. I've considered a rope ladder and am aware of its disadvantages. This transom is on a catamaran and is perhaps around 35 degrees off vertical. Kickup rudder. I suppose I could build a platform and hang a ladder off that.. it would give me more options. Just wondering if there is a store bought bolt on I'm not seeing. I assume the ladder should hang somewhat vertically or the bending forces would be pretty good.. but I see one like the Garelick 19684 Telescoping Transom Ladder, 4-Step have 30 degrees angle built right into them. Seems the force on the attachment would be pretty high, I don't know. (I would have to build a vertical surface or wedge for the brackets to attach for that particular type model.) I'm just not able to go look at any.. have to rely on web searches.. Thanks.