The pasara Diodata (God’s Gift), registration number CS 1079, was built in Cres in 1931. Its overall length is 7.73 m, width 2.80 m and draft 0.85 m. Its construction in the Cres Craglietto shipyard was commissioned by the Burburan family of Dragozetići. After a few years, the boat became the property of the Hržić family of Cres. The boat is designed for motor propulsion and sails. It was launched with a built-in 6 HP Bolinder diesel engine, which was later replaced by a 12 HP Lister and then a 39 HP Perkins- IMT engine. The mast and sail served as an auxiliary drive because they were not suitable for fishing. The shape of the hull with its transom is that of a pasara, the bow resembles a gajeta, and the fact that the entire boat is decked and has a low bulwark makes it look like a leut. In the first half of the 20th century, it was customary to build boats with a rounded stern and almost vertical stem, such as the guc, gajeta and leut. This boat with a transom (which provides a larger working surface on the deck) and bow shape typical for the time of its construction is an example of an innovative design for that period. It is also one of the oldest large pasara boats on the Croatian Adriatic coast. It was partially renovated in 1993, when the deck and the upper part of the hull were changed at the Cres Shipyard. As part of the Arca Adriatica 2020 project, the lower part of the hull shell, the frame and transom were renovated by the Cres boatbuilder Marino Toić. The mast with traditional rigging and a lugsail and jib was made by Alvise Benussi of Rovinj. Throughout history, this boat was used for fishing and transporting people and sheep. In 1956, it was stolen by a group of young men from Cres who fled to Italy in it. It was found and returned to Cres and nationalised. After a few years, it was returned to the Hržić family. The Diodata is an excellent example of a restored fishing boat and a monument to Cres boatbuilders. It is the oldest and largest wooden boat in Cres harbour. It is an important exhibit of Cres shipbuilding history and the traditional way of life on the island of Cres.