The platform is 3 feet' tall, with a 2-tier nautical, metal, lantern-style post light with aged copper patina is situated. This light atop the tower has a clear, glass globe on each of the 2 tiers. A curved reflector, mounted on the rear half of the light, allows 180° of light projection.
The lower portion of the pole has 2 hand-crank winches with steel cabling for adjustment of tension of stabilizers and other rigging needs. The 2 stabilizers are also composed of aluminum alloy. They are 24.5' tall and have holes at each end for the aforementioned steel cable rigging as well as fastening.
Condition: Sturdy post and rungs. The finish on the treads is wearing off due to exposure to weather, but since the treads are teak, the wood will not degrade anytime soon. The top portion of this piece has a chipped black paint finish, the lower portion has chipping white paint.
Shipping: The cost of shipping is included in the price. The customer would need to provide a forklift for unloading at delivery.
HISTORY: This crow's nest was salvaged from the MV Twin Capes, a ferry that traveled between Lewes, Delaware and Cape May, New Jersey on the Delaware Bay. The MV Twin Capes was in operation from 1975 to 2013 when it was retired from service. Between 1994 and 1996, this ferry underwent an extensive, $27 million, renovation project, resulting in the classification of the Twin Capes as a miniature cruise ship.
Item Measurements: 39.5(L) x 39.5(W) x 376(H)