A Bruce Bingham design with a good pedigree designed for ocean crossings. The Flicka is known for her solidly built construction that will take you anywhere her skipper dares, with only a 3'3" draft she can tuck into any of the most remote shallow anchorages you can find.
She makes the perfect pocket cruiser. The interior of this boat is varnished and complemented with lots of stowage nooks and spaces. Come below and feel very comfy in her spacious open interior. She has four opening portlights for good ventilation. She has been well maintained and constantly upgraded and is ready for your new adventurers. Call or e-mail the listing agent for your inspection today.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
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Designer: Bruce P. Bingham
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 24 ft 0 in
Beam: 8 ft 0 in
LWL: 18 ft 2 in
Length on Deck: 20 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Displacement: 6000 lbs
Ballast: 1800 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 30 ft 11 in
Headroom: 5 ft 11 in
Dry Weight: 6000 lbs
Total Power: 10 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar 1GM10
Engine Model: Yanmar 1GM10
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 10 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (8 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (2 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 3
Number of cabins: 1
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
The Flicka 20 pocket cruiser was designed as a small cruising boat that would be fun to sail, affordable on a modest budget, and with an interior that would appeal to today's modern sailor. That she delivers fast performance under sail is a bonus. Long passages of a five-knot average and better are not uncommon.
Her design was inspired by the Newport boats of Rhode Island, small weatherly craft that plied the open waters of tempestuous Block Island Sound under sail and year-around during the early 1900s.
The forward double V-berth gives superb sleeping comfort for a couple. She has a spacious and airy cabin with full standing headroom and an enclosed head. With her amazing load-carrying ability, she is capable of real passage-making.
Stepping down below is the opposite of stepping into the cockpit; your reaction is, "This can't be a 20-foot boat." There really is standing headroom throughout and the open plan without a full forward bulkhead opens things up. The teak joinerwork is quite nice.
The galley is to port includes a good-sized sink and an icebox compartment. 6 foot headroom, starboard settee, large quarter berth and v berth forward.
Manual pump for water
White Formica cabin house sides. Oiled teak wood. -
Standing headroom with teak and holly sole throughout cabin area. -
6'4" long V-berth with filler, shelves above, locker forward. -
6'4" long quarter berth. Storage below all berths. -
Foldaway dining table.
Plumbing - 20 gallon (76 Itr.) water tank.
How does a Flicka sail?
How can a boat that carries a total of 243 square feet of sail area and displaces 6,000 pounds along an 18-foot LWL sail at all? Better than you might think. The Flicka's hull speed is 5.7 knots. Sure, the boat needs a bit of breeze to gather way on, but it was not designed for light-air daysails.
It may be small but it belongs on big bodies of water. And it's a passagemaker. Several Flickas have averaged 120 miles per day on trade wind crossings, and that's good going: 5 knots over 24 hours. The Flicka's history is filled with boats that have crossed oceans, and that's the ultimate statement about how it sails.
Full Batten main & jiffy reefing
IJPE : 252.92 sq ft
I : 27.92 ft
J : 10.50 ft
P : 23.83 ft
E : 8.83 ft
Spars and Rigging -
Aluminum spars with two-part polyurethane finish. -
1 x 19 stainless steel standing rigging. -
Forged bronze open body turnbuckles. -
Dacron braid running rigging. -
LEWMAR #8 single speed jib halyard winch. -
LEWMAR #8 single speed main halyard winch. -
Stainless steel tabernacle style mast step
Teak seahood and teak sliding hatch -
Lewmar #16 self-tailing primaries (in lieu of standard) .
Cockpit Spars And Rigging - Sloop Single Handers Package includes halyards and first reef led aft through appropriate turning blocks and stoppers to Lewmar #8 coach roof winches (in lieu of mast mounted winches).
Harken Roller Furling System Unit O - 4:1 block and tackle boom vang
Teak interior cabin house sides
Electric bilge pump -
Upgrade to tanbark sails
HULL AND DECK
Pacific Seacraft switched to vinlyester resins that are more resistant to osmotic blistering. The hull is solid fiberglass. The decks are balsa cored with laminated plywood backing plates where necessary.
The hull and deck are joined on an inward flange that is then covered by a husky caprail. A molded, structural hull liner provides athwartship support. In keeping with the Flicka's overall philosophy, it's built like a small big boat, not a small boat.
Winches (2) Lewmar
Solid fiber glass hull
Tabernacle mast (raised and lowered by one person from cockpit)
Hand laminated hull and deck with molded-in gel coat color.
First laminate uses vinylester resin for superior blister resistance.
Standard color is Antique White.
Hull has molded-in plank lines, contrasting boot stripe, cove and scroll work. -
Bottom paint including solvent wash, three coats epoxy barrier coat and two coats of anti-fouling bottom paint. -
Deck is balsa cored. Plywood core in hardware mount areas. -
Deck has molded-in nonskid pattern. -
Deck to hull connection: mating hull & deck flanges bedded in polyurethane adhesive & secured with stainless steel fasteners. -
Ballast is 1,800 pound (.81 mt.) solid lead casting. -
Interior is structural fiberglass, plywood and gel coat interior unit bonded into hull with fiberglass mat and woven roving. - White matte finish below counter height, teak cabinetry above. -
Rudder is fiberglass with oiled teak cheeks, laminated ash and mahogany tiller and polished bronze rudder cap. Transom hung with bronze gudgeons and pintles. -
Stainless steel chainplates and backing plates, caulked both sides and thru-bolted to hull. - Solid teak rubstrake on hull.
Deck Equipment -
Polished bronze deck hardware includes:
Two LEWMAR #8 single speed genoa sheet winches.
Four 4" x 10" and two 7" x 12" opening ports with screens.
Two 10" bow mooring cleats. Two bow chocks. Two 8" open spring cleats. Two 8" stern mooring cleats.
All hinges, hasps, jam cleats, chain pipes, and deck fills.
All cleats, winches, turning blocks, stanchions and pulpits are reinforced with backing plates and caulked on both sides. -
BOMAR forward hatch. -
Laminated vertical grain fir bowsprit with clear epoxy finish, teak platform and polished bronze eye band. -
Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, 27" high stanchions and double lifelines. -
Stainless steel bow roller assembly with heavy duty anchor roller. -
Bow chain locker with polished bronze anchor deck pipe. -
Raised bulwarks with heavy teak caprail, hand fitted butterfly joints. -
Two teak handrails. -
Fiberglass seahood. -
Teak sliding hatch with solid teak drop boards.
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
YANMAR 1GM10, 1 cylinder 10 hp diesel with 50 amp alternator. -
Two blade bronze propeller. - 8 gallon (30 ltr.) fuel tank, easily accessible with gauge and inspection port. -
Mechanical fuel pump. -
Electric fuel pump. -
RACOR fuel filter - water separator. -
Bronze thru-hull fittings with UL approved bronze sea cocks below the waterline, and bronze ball valves above. -
All hose connections below waterline are double clamped.
DC control panel with six circuit breakers & battery condition meter. -
Tinned copper DC wiring throughout. -
Two marine batteries (approx. 66 amps each). -
Four position battery switch. -
Dome lights. -
RG-8U coaxial antenna cable lead from masthead to radio mounting
Aqua Meter Saturn Compass
Standard Horizon Depth Sounder
SR Mariner Hull Speed
Navico 1800 TP Autopliot
Two 1-1-2" drains with seacocks for fast self-bailing. -
Cockpit coamings have integral winch islands. -
Engine access hatch in cockpit sole has neoprene gasket seal and four knurled bronze retainers. -
Cockpit seat locker. -
25 GPM manual bilge pump mounted thru cockpit seat riser.
E-Z Loader Trailer
Anchor, chain, rode
SS swim ladder
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 desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.