KAMA V | 2010 Fountaine Pajot Summerland 40

Beaufort, NC, US

KAMA V | Fountaine Pajot Summerland 40 40ft

US $359,000

Beaufort, NC, US


Owners’ version, with 2 staterooms to port aft and forward and head with seperate shower midship. Walk around queen size in stbd master suite with electric head and separate shower. Huge stand up storage aft with deep freezer, electrical panel, 2000 w Xantrex inverter. 3 storage lockers and huge underfloor storage.
Spacious cabin with full helm with great visibility. Well appointed modern kitchen with propane stove & oven. Table and seating for up to 8.
Spacious natural teak cockpit, fully enclosed (2021 canvas), over head storage. Molded teak stairway to spacious fly with 2021 sea deck and upholstery, full helm with captain seats . Seating for 8+ in addition sunpad. Fly is 3/4 enclosed with isenglass in the front(2021).
Teak molded steps to walk around to front deck, huge anchor pit with 2x 35lbs anchors, one if the with 200´ of 3/8 " chain. Spare with combination of rode and chain. Lofran windlass.

The Fountaine-Pajot Summerland 40 is designed as a modern efficient cruising trawler with comfort and range in mind. Compared to a traditional trawler the FP Summerland’s catamaran hull design ensures approximately 40% less fuel consumption, in addition to great stability under navigation or while moored. Going up to the flybridge with curved staircase offers great visibility and room for entertaining for 10 with 2 captain helm seats, L-shaped settee and sunbathing/sofa configuration. Kama V has a foredeck large enough for morning yoga sessions and is the sought after owner’s version. The living area is defined between the bright spacious saloon and galley, lower helm with large windows offering panoramic views and dining area with isolated pasageways for privacy in the cabins. The master suite is in the Starboard hull with a queen berth with direct ocean views from the bed, ample closet and storage space, desk area and en-suite head and shower with the full guest areas and 2nd head in the port hull. With minimal draft a 3.5’ and an Over 1000mi range at economical lower RPMs and ability to do 20+ knots Kama V has never been chartered and has enjoyed cruising in the Caribbean and eastern seaboard to Canada and back.


  • Length: 40ft
  • Beam: 17' 9"
  • Draft: 3' 5"
  • Year: 2010
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Length Overall: 39.42 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 5"
  • Beam Measure: 17' 9"



  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (185 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (185 Gallons)


  • Number of heads: 2

Layout & Accommodations

1 owner’s suite + bathroom to starboard 2 Guest cabins + 1 bathroom to port

MASTER CABIN: Located in the Starbd Hull – the comfortable Owner’s cabin has a transverse berth, with a view of the sea. There is also a private bathroom with head and shower

GUEST CABINS: To Port side are two fine guest cabins separated by a bathroom
Grand Large Package: Cabin Curtains, deck shower, VHF ant. Radio/CD MP3 +IPod connection player, seat cushions, Fly bridge protection, Solarium Mattress, holding tank, Auto Bilge pump, Mooring lines and fenders, Electric Windlass
Salon Table convertible to berth

Sleeping space
Double bed 1,60 x 2,00 m approx. with access on either side (island bed)
Stowage space under the bed
1 Bookshelf for bed head
Hanging space + storage volume in fore peak
1 wooden corner desk
2 coat hooks
Ventilation via 1 deck hatch and 1 hull porthole
Big non-opening outer-facing picture window with panoramic view
Curtains on non-opening picture window and porthole
Bathroom area
Access through wooden door from passageway
Counter top with built-in washbasin and mirror
Bathroom accessories (toilet tissue holder + towel rail)
Storage shelf
Hot and cold water, mixer tap, and built-in shower
Hand-operated marine toilet (large) with holding tank
Ventilation via 1 porthole
Main lighting via watertight spotlights


SALON: Salon is well lit with large windows and 360 degree views
Large U-shaped dinette and seating area to Port
Easy access to aft deck-
Saloon accessible through sliding glass door
Panoramic view through non-opening picture windows + 2 side picture windows
Natural ventilation via 1 front-opening hatch on top of roof + 2 side hatches
Dining area
1 bench seating for 8 people
1 wooden table for 8 people
Standard upholstery according to Millésime
Cupboard for storage
All LED spotlighting

Lpg gas to cooktop with propane control
Ice maker –
12v refrigerator & freezer
SS sinks w/draining board
Lots of storage cabinets below countertop
Additional storage cabinets above

Galley with working top
1 vertically-accessed bin
Hot and cold pressurized water, mixer tap
1 stainless steel stove, 4 strong power gas burners
1 stainless steel gas oven
1-130L Fridge
Cupboard + shelves + drawers
Ventilation via 1 porthole above cooking hob
LED spotlighting

Deck & Equipment

The abundant deck space needs to be seen to be appreciated – there is no mono hull vessel in this size range that can compare.
First there is the aft boarding or swim platform that makes it easy to board from s dinghy or from the water. This leads to a wide and spacious aft cockpit with built in seating and access to the upper flybridge or side and forward decks. There is complete walk around access to all parts of the deck and a forward sun deck area.
The Bridge deck is also quite spacious with loads of seating space, an aft sun lounge and forward helm area that seats 2
The vessels are entered through wide sliding glass doors that lead to a wide and spacious Salon. To Starbd is the U-shaped Galley, and to Port a seating or dining area.
Storage cabinetry separates the aft part of the Salon from the forward area with the lower steering station.
A stairway on Port side of the steering station leads to a lower level with two guest cabins – Each with double berth and storage closets. A full head w/shower separates these cabins, and also serves as the day head.
A Stairway to Starbd leads to the private owner’s suite with Queen berth facing athwartships and easy access form either side. There is also an owners head w/shower and generous storage closets and lockers
Large windows offer abundant light to all areas.

Full Bimini w/ Stainless Steel foldable frame – Dodger and Side Isenglass enclosure
Flybridge cushions
Access via closed staircase with an Altuglass hatch
Area transformable sun bath in seats with backrest
1×6 seating bench with cushions
2 carry-goblets
Double helmsman’s seat with backrest
Watterproof exterior 12 V outlet
Large instrument panel
Dralon protective cover for instrument panel
Flying bridge protected by Altuglass windshield
1 steering compass
Navigation lights
Fold-down mast with mooring lights

Lower Helm Station-
Inside levers
Stainless steel wheel
Pilot’s seat + separate seat
1 Interior 12V outlet / 1 Interior 220V outlet
Control panel with navigation instruments and twin engine controls
LED spotlighting

1×4 seated bench with backrest and stowage locker
1 staircase for access to the flying bridge
Stowage locker under staircase
Access to the aft areas
Stowage locker under the flying bridge
1 waterproof 12V outlet
Main lighting with watertight spotlights

Electric Windlass
Anchor w/ 200 ft chain

Electronics & Navigation

Garmin Electronics:
12 ” touch screen, auto pilot, engine mgt, vhf, cd player and radar with back up Furuno gps on lower helm.
9″ chart plotter, engine mgmt, auto pilot, radar.

Inverter – Xantrex 2000 – and 40 amp Victron charger
Speed and depth sounder

Electrical, Power & Plumbing

Xantrex 2000 inverter (2021)
280 w solar
Cranking battery to stbd (2021)
6x6v cranking/house bank to port (2021)
Quick HWT
Heating system (while running engines) to stbd.

Electrical system w/Paneltronics 4308 breaker pane

9 x 110 electric outlets

30 amp 110v 50 ft shore power cord
12V-power circuit
12V-electricity distribution
Each set of batteries recharged via engine alternator
Back-up manual connection between both sets of batteries
Remote control battery trip switch in saloon
Overall circuit protection via trip switch
Electronics /
Trip switch protections located in difference watertight lockers
1 Radio/CD MP3
2 speakers inside + 2 speakers on the fly bridge

Fuel: 2 x 700 ltrs (185 gals) 1,100 NM range at 1800 rpm
Fresh water: 600 ltrs (150 gals)
Black water: 2×50 ltrs (13 gals) + gravity discharge valves as well as pump out capability.

Engine & Mechanical

2x D3 Volvo Penta 190s with 1800 hrs
Direct drives
Top speed: 20kts +
Econo speed: 7 to 8 kts @1700 to 1800 rpms= 2.2 gph total. (Believe it or not??)

Engines with electrical throttles
Direct shaft drive behind protecting keels
2 four-blade propellers
Engine cooled via heat exchanger
Engine compartment ventilation natural intake of air + mechanical extraction of air
Complete control panels and dual engine controls at helming station and on the flying bridge
220v water heater

Additional Information

2018 Cadet 270 (9’) Zodiac
2018 4 cycle 9.9 Yamaha outboard
10 person Life raft needs update.

Recent repairs-maintenance- upgrades:
New VHF antenna 2021
2x PSS shaft seals 2021
Xantrex 2000 inverter 2021
New cockpit & fly upholstery 2021
Seadeck on fly 2021
Cockpit and fly canvass enclosures 2021
Electric head in master 2022
4x Top and bottom rudder shaft seals 2022
2x Cutlass bearings 2022
2x Custom made rudder tiller arms 2022.
Custom made windlass support plate 2023
New starter and alternator to port 2022. Spare starter and alternator in stock.
6x 6 v battery cranking/house bank to port 2022

Kama has cruised the Caribbean and the Bahamas since December 2019 and spent the 2020 and 21 seasons in fresh water: St. Lawrence River in Canada and Lake Champlain.

Low fuel consumption
The Fountaine Pajot’s outstandingly low fuel consumption is a primary attraction for many buyers who recognize the savings represented by the vessels’ long range. The boat offers a minimum of 40 percent reduction in fuel consumption when compared to the performance of a similarly-sized mono-hull.
The reduced drag created by the two hulls plus the efficient wave-piercing action contributes to greatly reduced rates of consumption, and extended range – up to one thousand miles with standard fuel tanks.
The FP Power Cats are renowned for their superior performance in challenging conditions, while maintaining excellent stability and comfort while underway. Higher speeds are achievable in tough conditions due to the boat’s semi-displacement hull design. More of the hull remains in the water at higher speeds, softening the ride and reducing stress on the hull from wave impact.
FP Power Cats offer generous freeboard with reinforced hulls and bows to handle the toughest offshore conditions. The hull design offers an impressively dry deck at sea and a stable ride with minimal bounce and roll in dangerous and uncomfortable conditions.
Unlike many of its competitors, these vessels are pleasantly quiet, with engines housed with their own dedicated access.

Protection and visibilityEach of the FP Power Cat models enjoys excellent protection from the natural elements. The 360 degree vision from the flybridge is also complemented by panoramic views from the interior cockpit, creating a light, ambient and safe experience particularly during extended passages.
Ergonomic and safe design
All of The FP Power Cats deck surfaces have been designed to be kept clear of obstructions, creating the safest environment for both cruising and relaxing at anchor. From boarding on the float-through transom, moving into the spacious and ergonomic cockpit, on to the square and the foredeck, moving about a Motor Yachts is a safe and easy experience. The boats are also equipped with superior quality steel stanchions and belting, providing optimal security for moving about on deck.

Unsinkability and beach ability
FP Power Cats have been designed to sit on their hulls without any damage to her propellers, shafts and rudders due to fixed skegs. These skegs are also designed to protect the propellers, shafts and rudders and preserve the safety of the vessel in the event of an impact at sea. Twin engines in separate hulls offer peace of mind in the event of a hull taking on water due to grounding or a collision. This is a feature not possible in a mono-hull without major engineering works.
4. Innovative, Spacious and Thoughtful Designs
Separation of living areas Each Power Cat has been designed to separate the social and private areas for optimal space and serenity. Socializing and entertaining can be enjoyed in the spacious saloon and galley, which feature panoramic views, quality furnishings, abundant storage and easy integration of lounge and cockpit areas. The main decks are designed on one level so no steps up or down are required for entry from the cockpit to the main saloon.
Tranquil and private cabins
Cabins for the owner and crew are very private due to the twin hulls, with no single bulkheads required between the cabins. Fore and aft cabin arrangements can offer true three or four double cabin versions without compromising space and storage. On every model, the cabins enjoy generous dimensions, great headroom, wide passageways, and are situated well away from the engine rooms, ensuring they are quiet and fume-free retreats. The cabins feature excellent ventilation systems and natural lighting, courtesy of the generous portholes. There is also spacious access to the large beds with the benefits of en-suite bathrooms.

Maestro version (3 Cabin Owner’s version)
Offering the ultimate in privacy for both owners and guests, the Maestro version is offered on all models in the Power cat range. This design, which dedicates an entire hull for Owner’s private use, is the result of extensive research and development in conjunction with consultants, architects and manufacturers.
Unlike many catamarans, FP Power Cat’s corridors have been designed to maximize width and height in the interior passageways, and stair dimensions have also been set at a safe and comfortable level to suit both adults and children.
5. Manufactured to highest standards
Fixed fins These vessels are fitted with fixed fins to maximize comfort and safety. In the event of an impact or beaching, the fixed fins serve to protect the propellers, shaft and rudders, and they completely seal and preserve the integrity of the vessel. The benefits of fixed fins include total security, convenience for maintenance, and greater flexibility to explore and anchor in more shallow waters.

: Owner’s personal effects
Dinghy Davits (2)
Teak cockpit table
Teak cockpit floor – transom& cockpit steps
Salon table convertible to berth


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desired validated. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.


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