flying bridge

  1. the highest navigational bridge on a ship; a small (often open) deck above the pilot house
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  • It appears that the director made use of actual WW2 era (American?) destroyers and added some smoke stacks and flying bridges to them – to simulate Japanese pre-dreadnought ships. 2009 August 21 « Third Point of Singularity
  • On the flying bridge, Carter waited for a damage report from Ernie Coutts. LET NOT THE DEEP
  • The radioman threw several switches and began to talk softly into his mike, as Nelson left the Radio Shack, climbing the gangway to the Flying Bridge.
  • The chief mate watches the pick from the small flying bridge that is cantilevered out over the water.
  • And in that moment, staring down from the flying bridge, Conrad saw himself reflected back: blind, raging, unmerciful. AMAGANSETT
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