Fin stabilizer VF650
for boats

fin stabilizer
fin stabilizer
fin stabilizer
fin stabilizer
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Application domain
for boats

1,271 mm
(50 in)


337 mm
(13 in)


661 mm
(26 in)


Set of port and starboard Vector fins™ in size 0.65 m² suitable for boats between 50-65 feet. The only top-performing stabilizer system for both cruising and at-anchor use. The fins’ unique shape reduces drag and improves fuel efficiency – translating more power into actual roll stabilization. Enhanced comfort and safety – with none of the drawbacks from flat fins. Benefits Up to 50% more efficient than flat fins. Up to 55% less side-effects than flat fins. Advanced hydrodynamic fin design. 20% - 50% less resistance than other fins, results in virtually no loss of speed and thereby no added fuel consumption. All fins are prepared for high efficiency in any speed - 2:1 size ratio, also at anchor. The fins are made as a "one-shot" vacuum injected vinylester process over pre-shaped core material in a closed mold method. Designed with rowing and math layers to ensure maximum strength and minimum weight. Can even withstand small damages without totally disintegrating afterward as traditional production methods often allow. Properties VECTOR FINS™ Vector Fins™ has a unique patented design that dramatically improves roll reduction while simultaneously reducing yaw and sway motions. Constructed with innovative layered vacuum injected vinyl ester compound covering pre-molded foam makes the Vector Fins™ lighter in weight than other fins on the market. ANY SPEED Vector Fins™ is the only top-performing stabilizer system for both cruising and at anchor use. The fins’ concave shape creates multilateral force direction improving the stationary positioning of a vessel while at anchor.


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