If you do a Google search for "Taylor Made Marine Ladder" and then select the "image" category on google, up comes lots of photos of ladders. Looking through that might locate the type of ladder you are looking for, and then you can click on the image and it will take you to a web site where they are selling them. Once you find out what model it is, then you can shop around for that same model.
I don't normally shop at West Marine because I have found other places that too often have the same thing for less money, however, shopping there (if there is a store near you) allows you to actually see the physical product rather than look at a photo. I found a really nice ladder that fits into little stainless steel clips, so the ladder can be stowed away when not in use and then snapped in when we want to use it (which on the Cumberland River has been once in a blue moon). I took the same clips and installed them on our Sea Skiff, so now I can use the same ladder on either boat.
Here is one like I got recently.
I like this style because all the weight from the ladder is directed directly down into a solid base where the clips are located, and not on a fitting that is located on the side of the boat for instance. I see they have that one for $250 but I think I found mine for far less somewhere, and it pays to shop around.
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