SPECS

40' Pacific Trawlers Pacific Trawler 40-S
Built in 2002
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel

The Pacific Trawler 40 is a boat that can go nearly anywhere. In the Northwest, her semi-displacement hull will provide a stable ride in choppy seas. Her gently flared bow will keep the windscreen free of spray and the raised pilothouse offers superb views. She can run easily at 8 knots while burning about 2 gallons of fuel an hour, but can run up to 14 knots if the need arises. All of the Inside Passage is within her reach and capabilities. With 465 gallons of fuel aboard, this vessel can travel from Seattle to Ketchikan without refueling! This yacht is in excellent condition and is a must-see if you are considering a trawler purchase.

BUILDER/DESIGNER
Builder: Pacific Trawlers
Designer: Blaine Seely

DIMENSIONS
LOA: 40'
LWL: 37'2"
Beam: 13'3"
Displacement: 26000
Draft: 4'2"

ENGINES
Engine(s): 330 HP Cummins
Engine Model: B-series, 6-cylinder
Engine(s) Hours: 400
Engine HP: 330
Cruising Speed: 8-9 knots
Max Speed: 14 knots

TANKAGE
Fuel: 465 Gallons
Water: 265 Gallons
Holding: 50 Gallons

**Text & photos adapted from PassageMaker magazine, October, 2002 issue.**


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