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How many step in 1 fathom [ancient]? The answer is 2.4002624671916.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 1.3123359580052 step, or 0.54674685620558 fathom [ancient].
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›› Quick conversion chart of step to fathom [ancient]

1 step to fathom [ancient] = 0.41662 fathom [ancient]

5 step to fathom [ancient] = 2.08311 fathom [ancient]

10 step to fathom [ancient] = 4.16621 fathom [ancient]

20 step to fathom [ancient] = 8.33242 fathom [ancient]

30 step to fathom [ancient] = 12.49863 fathom [ancient]

40 step to fathom [ancient] = 16.66484 fathom [ancient]

50 step to fathom [ancient] = 20.83106 fathom [ancient]

75 step to fathom [ancient] = 31.24658 fathom [ancient]

100 step to fathom [ancient] = 41.66211 fathom [ancient]



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