Upper Deck

Upper deck may refer to :

  • The Upper Deck Company, an American trading card business
  • The upper deck is the highest level internal deck on a ship, i.e. just below the superstructure and open deck.
  • The second (or higher) tier (deck) of seating in a sports stadium

Other articles related to "decks, upper deck, deck, upper, upper decks":

Seat Configurations Of The Airbus A380
... The Airbus A380 has two full-length decks of 49.90 m (163 ft 8 in), though the upper deck has a slightly reduced usable length due to the curvature of the front fuselage and the front staircase ... The main deck measures 6.58 m (21 ft 7 in) in width and the upper deck 5.92 m (19 ft 5 in) ... the A380-800 is certified for up to 853 passengers (538 on the main deck and 315 on the upper), achievable with a one-class configuration, Airbus references a "comfortable three-class" 525-passenger configuration ...
SP Rookie Edition - Other Brands - Upper Deck International
... In 1991, Upper Deck introduced its products to the global marketplace with the creation of Upper Deck Europe, headquartered in the Netherlands ... The organization changed its name to Upper Deck International in 2008, reflecting an increasingly broader outlook than Europe alone ... In addition to EMEA, Upper Deck International is responsible for Oceania, Japan and Latin America ...
SP Rookie Edition - Other Brands - Upper Deck Entertainment
... Upper Deck Entertainment (UDE), a division of The Upper Deck Company, used to produce the English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, and French language versions of the Yu-Gi-Oh ...
Southampton Corporation Tramways - Trams
... The open upper deck had back-to-back "knifeboard" seats, necessary to fit under Bargate arch ... Originally built with three windows each side on the lower deck, all rebuilt within four years to have four windows each side as the original design did not offer enough ... Six ex-LCC cars with enclosed upper decks, numbered 75-80 ...

Famous quotes containing the words deck and/or upper:

    Positively I sit here, and look at Europe sink, first one deck disappearing, then another, and the whole ship slowly plunging bow-down into the abyss; until the nightmare gets to be howling. The Roman Empire was a trifle to it.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    Surely you wouldn’t grudge the poor old man
    Some humble way to save his self-respect.
    He added, if you really care to know,
    He meant to clear the upper pasture, too.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)