THIS WAY UP. Access to the 410 Sport Bridge's flying bridge, as aboard the 400 Sedan Bridge, is up a set of wide, molded steps with a handrail, rather than a ladder such as the one aboard the 3988 Command Bridge. Up here you can walk out to the bow on wide "sidewalk" sidedecks. No longer will you whack your shoulders or be forced to shuffle sideways to walk to the bow or the sunlounge. Going forward is safe and easy. The helm is wide and white - too white in my opinion. Some gray or black panels would reduce the glare. A Plexiglas Venturi windshield is standard, but take my advice and opt for the stainless-steel framed fiberglass unit ($2,999). Not only does it double as a grabrail, but it complements the design of the 410 Sport Bridge better. The arch is aluminum instead of fiberglass. Yes, it costs more, but it doesn't sway underway. There's plenty of seating, a wetbar, and a second sunlounge up here, too.