With the Islands on their horizon, the bridge is sure to be a major living area, and the Tysons have outfitted it with that in mind. For easy access, there is an inside stairway opposite the galley as well as one on the after deck. Forward, the helm is a fiberglass console that has duplicates of the electronics and engine controls at the lower station. There's the usual centerline captain's pedestal chair and an offset companion seat, but they've also added a padded area around the console, providing a comfortable place to sprawl while at anchor or underway. Just aft to port is a bench seat with a fiberglass table, but the real highlight of the upper helm on Off Line is the "kitchen." Extending the bridge added about 60 square feet and allowed the Tysons to create the ideal outdoor grilling station and room for a Rigid Boats 12-foot tender with a 40-hp Yamaha.