A hull with a massive and narrow stem giving the boat a great length at the waterline, a square-top main sail, a more than 1 ton lifting keel allowing great stiffness under sail and a small draught to easily beach anywhere.
Fin w/spade rudder
“Fin” usually means “keel” or “fin”. This is the part of the yacht’s hull that is under water and serves to stabilize and control the yacht while sailing. The keel can have different shapes and sizes depending on the type and purpose of the yacht.
“Spade rudder” means “spade rudder”. This is a steering device that is located at the rear of the yacht’s hull underwater and is used to control the direction of the yacht’s movement. It is called “lobed” because of its shovel-like shape.
Thus, “Fin w/spade rudder” refers to a type of yacht hull structure that includes a keel (fin) and a paddle rudder. This design provides good stability and maneuverability of the yacht when sailing.