Nautical Rope Staircase Adds Touch of Style to Florida Home

This edition of E-Rigging's Project of the Month features a stunning staircase designed and built by our customer, retired Coast Guard Captain Ted Prosser of Useppa Island, FL. Captain Prosser wanted a nautical theme to go along with the tropical island setting of his home and found the perfect accent pieces at E-Ringing.

Using 300 feet of our half-inch manila rope, paired with some mooring cleats, Capt. Prosser created a showpiece rope staircase that complements the navy color scheme and nautical décor. The rope is tightly wound around the wooden posts and secured with cleats in different hitch styles, creating a unique and eye-catching design.

The staircase is a focal point of the home, and Capt. Prosser says he loves the way it turned out. "It's exactly what I was looking for," he said. "It's sturdy, functional, and it adds a touch of style to my home.

If you're looking for a unique and stylish way to add a nautical touch to your home, consider a staircase made from marine rope. It's a relatively easy project to do yourself, and it's sure to turn heads.

Thank you, Captain Prosser for your contribution! E-Rigging features projects from our creative customers all the time! If you are interested in having your project featured in an upcoming post, please submit your entries here or email your photos and a short write up about you and your project to

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