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40' Fathom Expedition Fast Trawler is a semi-displacement hull that cruises at 9 knots to 16 knots! Designed by Naval Architect, Gregory C. Marshall the 40' Fathom is fresh approach to cruising and exploring. Made in the United States in Washington State!
Two Stateroom layout, raised Pilothouse with Flybridge!
Powered by a single Cummins 425hp Common Rail Diesel make this yacht super efficient.
Entering the vessel from the cockpit door places you in the Main saloon area with a Large "U" shaped settee on the Port side with seating for 6 for dinner. (The settee also converts to a large double berth.) Across on the Starboard is comfortable chair with ottoman and if desired room for two traditional to scale barrel chairs.
Forward and up three steps on the Starboard side places you in the Pilothouse with comfortable helm chair and large "L" shaped settee with table. Please note from the pilothouse area is Open to the Saloon area with No Bulkhead wall giving a very spacious look and feel.
Back down the step and on the Port side is the spacious galley feature beautiful granite counter tops, stainless steel backsplash and numerous cabinets and drawers.
From the Galley and three steps down forward places you in the hall way to the Head/Bathroom to Port with Separate Shower and across the hall the Guest Stateroom with a double berth. Forward in the Bow is the Master Stateroom featuring a center-line Queen berth, hanging locker, drawers and cabinets.
The Fathom 40' features rich Teakwood interior through out the Yacht. The sole is a Teak & Holly with a protective coating giving a durable surface for many years of use with no maintenance.
The Engine room is accessed by lifting the gas-strut assisted molded-in Flybridge step, whereby you step down into the storage "garage" and then through a Diamond Seaglaze door into the engine room. The garage houses the inverter and electrical panels, along with spare parts storage.
1400 rpm @ 7.3 knots 2.8 gallons per hour
1580 rpm @ 8.0 knots
1600 rpm @ 8.0 knots 4.1 gallons per hour
1890 rpm @ 8.8 knots 5.7 gallons per hour
2480 rpm @ 11.2 knots 11.5 gallons per hour
2950 rpm @ 16.3 knots 18.0 gallons per hour
2980 rpm @ 16.7 knots 21.5 gallons per hour