Dirona is a 2010 Nordhavn 52. Our previous boat was a 2000 Bayliner 4087.


The name is derived from Dirona Albolineata, or the Alabaster Nudibranch, an invertebrate indigenous to the Puget Sound that we often see when scuba diving. Over 3,000 Nudibranch species live throughout the world's oceans--their fantastic forms and psychedelic colors make them among our favorite sea creatures.


Margaux Marine Graphics created a wonderful picture of a Dirona on our flybridge for the 52 and the 4087.


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