o I believe it’s more than fair to say that boat-show time in Miami can be hectic. With multiple venues, multiple languages and multiple bleeping traffic jams at every turn, anyone who has ever attended will tell you that a moment’s respite is at a high premium. That’s why I was happy to step aboard the Tiara Yachts F53 Flybridge one morning during the show with the builder’s director of marketing, David Glenn. We made our way up the stairs to the yacht’s namesake (sort of) flybridge and plopped onto the comfortable furniture for a chat, me at the U-shaped dining settee aft and him at the U-shaped seating that snakes around the helm forward. We talked mostly about books and surfing, and with the isinglass zipped up and the air conditioner blasting, we were cool, relaxed and away from the crowds, even as prospective buyers prowled the main deck, checking out the wares. That ability to get away is a big reason to consider a flybridge yacht: Sometimes, you just need some peace.