pushpit

pushpit

(ˈpʊʃˌpɪt)
n
a safety rail at the stern of a boat
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But if you are opting for a small outboard, they can usually be stored on the pushpit.
Practical features also abound like pushpit corner seating and a wide table with the obligatory chart plotter.
Side and central pushpits are connected by wire with pelican hooks for easy boarding when at anchor or berthed stern, and a folding ladder drops from the centreline pushpit for swimmer access.
He designed a similar guard rail at the stern known as the pushpit.
The helm positions are excellent; each side there are foot braces and you can sit on the sidedeck and wedge yourself into the corner of the pushpit.
A new lightweight foam was used in the sandwich foam of the hull, while almost every metal fitting on the boat is titanium, including the pulpit, pushpit and deck stanchions.
The helmsman's seat, and two others, are in the stainless steel pushpit arrangement right aft.
The large fleet, many resplendent with BBQs mounted on the pushpit and the odd outboard motor and inflatable on display, is the backbone of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week and they provided some of the most colourful sights of this year's regatta, particularly when more than 100 spinnakers were flying simultaneously on such a spectacular parade ground.
He climbed on deck just in time to see the whale's tail lift out of the water and smash down on the transom, crushing the pushpit (see photo) but fortunately missing all the crew on watch.
Ed reckons one prospective buyer thought the cockpit to be small but it can seat at least six, there are two perch-seats in the pushpit, and a new option is a storage bin/scat which sits on the deck immediately aft of" the cockpit and answers that criticism.