Designed by the highly respected Ed Monk, Jr. DUN DIGGIN’s hull was constructed by
Nordlund of proven and conventional fiberglass/Airex sandwich construction. The boat was
finished out by McQueen’s Boat Works.
DUN DIGGIN was purchased by the current family over 25 years ago and has cruised the west
coast from Alaska to Mexico. In addition to being a very comfortable boat at sea, she is
economical to operate in both running cost and routine maintenance. Due to her interior’s large
volume, layout and large windows, owners and guests are comfortable spending lengthy periods
of time on board.
4 guest cabins that sleep 8 guests plus 2 crew cabins that sleep 2. Step up from the cockpit to
the large enclosed aft deck then through a sliding door into the main salon and dining area
forward. Next to Port is the large enclosed galley. All the way forward on the main deck is the
lounge with port and starboard doors to the walk around side decks. Two guest cabins are below
deck forward accessed by stairs in the forward lounge. The third guest cabin and master
accessed via a staircase in the salon. The upper deck is accessible by stairs at forward lounge.
The upper deck accommodates the pilothouse with port and starboard doors to the Portuguese
bridge, the captain’s cabin and upper deck. From the cockpit there is access to the crew cabins
and the engine room.