This Naiad fin is pressed onto its splined shaft, and stays put without fastenings. Removing it requires special equipment, though. Note the narrow winglet at the tip of the fin to make it more efficient.
When an able cruiser like the Fleming 58 falls into the viewfinder of Capt. Bill Pike, you just know he’s going find a few things to say. Take a read of his test and think about what you would do with a boat like this. See what we mean here. ▶