I visited the Mystic Stainless people to see their ladder. The product looks very well-made. However, it is expensive, and that is before the add-on costs for teak steps, the handle, and the extra attachment hardware for the other side of the boat. I almost ordered one. I stopped when I realized that it gets in the way of the genoa block, which means I'd never keep it attached.
I ended up getting this ladder: [www.up-n-out.com
The BCC needs: 2.5 inch hook, 12 inch top section, 3 inch standoff, and six steps.
It works well, stows easily, and is half the price. My only complaint is that it is a bit heavy. It takes a little energy to get out of the water without a handle sticking out from the lifeline stanchion. This kind of ladder cannot be your emergency solution.