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fly bridge

On a theater stage, a platform for supporting lights or other equipment which is hung by means of rigging.
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The side windows on the fly bridge make it possible to have a well-sheltered panoramic sun deck.
Sharing details the clearance agents President Abdullah said there is not proper car parking for their workers' vehicles nor there any over fly bridge for them to cross over to the custom station as the authorities have erected walls and fences which have blocked their exit and entry points.
It can sprint in excess of 35 knots and is equipped with a covered fly bridge, reconfigurable main deck cabin and shock mitigating seating that offers greater comfort in high sea states.
Other standard, cutting-edge features include an intercom system that ensures smooth communication between cabin and fly bridge, and windshield wipers that automatically activate when they detect spray or rainfall.
storms, huge seas risen over the fly bridge, threads of fire, the jaws
The fleet is complemented by an additional 55 feet fly bridge motor yacht, dedicated specifically to chartering.
From the drawing board of British architect John Moxham the "deep vee" offshore cruiser boasts walk-around decks, a spacious pilot house, two double cabins and optional fly bridge, TV and sound systems.