pilot house


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pilot house

or

pilothouse

n
(Nautical Terms) nautical an enclosed structure on the bridge of a vessel from which it can be navigated; wheelhouse
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Then the boy stepped into the pilot house, touched a button and the boat sank amid swirling waters toward the bottom of the shaft.
When I returned to the pilot house to report the good news to my companion he handed me a paper.
Engineman 2nd class Regidor Labrador in the pilot house of PN Navy frigate BRP Ramon Alcaraz.
Cheyanne Houston, 5, had Barbie in the pilot house for the USS Cheyanne, and her sister, Triniti Petruzzelli, 7, also had the famous doll in her crew.
The MOBI is a three-part system: a transmitter on the float coat, a receiver in the pilot house and a directional finder on the rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB).
Fortunately there's also a small, perfectly suited cafA hidden away in a converted cottage behind the coastguard watchtower, the splendidly named Pilot House.
And New York City officials have said captain Michael Gansas was not in the pilot house.
Captain Michael Gansas, who should have been in the ferry's pilot house during docking, cancelled an interview with the National Transportation Safety Board without public explanation.
But Sally Mac Aller, whose 100-year-old home in the West Indian Plantation style is the pilot house for the proposed Cumberland Heights Historic District, said the preservation of history is worth the hassle.
The Windoc collided with the Allanburg lift bridge, which resulted in the shearing off of the ship's pilot house and smokestack and caused an onboard fire.