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flying bridge

[¦flī·iŋ ′brij]
(naval architecture)
A narrow walkway or platform built at the level of the top of the pilothouse and containing a duplicate set of controls for steering gear and engine-room signals and for navigating instruments; the platform extends from one side of the ship to the other. Also known as navigating bridge.
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Foremost, Captain Alcala was able to communicate much better to Carter and the crew from the flybridge verses from a much higher perch on a tuna tower.
As part of this funding, QED Investors partner and former Capital One executive Frank Rotman, together with Jeff Bussgang and Matthew Witheiler from Flybridge Capital Partners, will join the company s board of directors.
Chip Hazard, a general partner with Flybridge, has joined the Sciformix's board of directors.
The 15 metre model in the Flybridge Collection is an influential vessel with stylish features.
Its model line-up includes a range of flybridge yachts ranging from 42ft to 64ft, motor yachts from 72ft to 98ft, M-Class super yachts from 105ft to 130ft and a series of V- Class sports yachts ranging from 39ft to 85ft.
Of exceptional size, the XXL flybridge is an undeniable strength of the PRESTIGE 550.
The expandable pop-up flybridge lounge is fitted with multiple bars overlooking two floors that contain a master bedroom with an integrated bathroom and a couch that can be converted into bar furniture at the push of a button.
It was purchased together with a HSR Benelli Jet Ski -- one of only two in the UAE -- installed on the flybridge.
The hard top version of the Ferretti 881 features a flybridge cover that allows the Captain to enjoy the feeling of cruising in the wide open spaces of the ocean, while also enjoying the shade that the flybridge affords.
At present, Palm Marine has three leisure lines under development, the Palm Sports cruisers, Palm Islander Flybridge yachts and Palm Fisher sports fishing yachts.
Balmoral Capital also owns Canados, the Italian manufacturer of luxury, 70'-110' flybridge and sports motor yachts.
Demand was particularly high for its Palm Islander 420 and 600, part of its range of Flybridge yachts.