A low-aspect fin (wide but not too deep) is required on this big yacht to minimize draft; otherwise the fin would project beneath the keel. High-aspect fins (narrow and deep) are more efficient, because of their longer leading edge, but not always practical.
When European Editor Alan Harper got aboard the Custom Line Navetta 28, he wondered at the understated interiors with no shortage of luxurious appointments. But the true level of sophistication comes from her sound levels, which dropped off the bottom of his meter. See what we’re whispering about here. ▶