Di Di Mau
is a Vietnamese phrase that means
"Go quickly".
The family boat bears this name (though it tops out at about 40 knots) because Art is famous for making his bleary-eyed family Di Di Mau,
really early in the morning,
in order to get on the water before the lobsters wake up.

Yes, that's about a foot of water.

They're tough to see, but worth the effort.

What month is this?

Once in a while, Art finds that elusive weed line.

Mmmmmmm - fresh Mahi Mahi!

Is that water or Jello, Mel-o?
The resulting fun usually makes up for the lost sleep!

Look!  She's awake!

If we're good, Art sometimes rewards us with dinner.

You're cleaning those, hon.