a deck on top of a bridge house; flying bridge.
the first deck in a bridge house.
the deck from which a vessel is usually operated; the location of the pilot house.
Historical Examples

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The Flying Bo’sun Arthur Mason
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The Motor Boat Club and The Wireless H. Irving Hancock
The Motor Boat Club and The Wireless H. Irving Hancock
Merchantmen-at-Arms David W. Bone
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The Honorable Percival Alice Hegan Rice
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