The Pacific Seacraft Flicka is the ultimate Pocket Cruiser, and Honu is no exception. She is solid, seaworthy and an extremely capable boat. Her current owners have sailed her in the San Juan Islands and beyond, but are looking to purchase a larger boat for their growing family. Honu has been well loved and well maintained. She is powered by a reliable Yanmar with approximately 800 hours. She comes well equipped with a new Northwest Sail Main, Rocna Vulcan Anchor, Simrad Autopilot and Garmin 531 Chartplotter, Wallas Cabin Heat and Marine head. She is very clean and ready to go on her next adventure. Seize the opportunity to own one of these very sought after pocket cruisers! Available for viewing at SEA Marine.
Please contact Sandy Bakken at SEA Marine for additional information or to arrange a viewing. Office: 360-385-4000 Cell: 503-475-0619 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Sandy Bakken at SEA Marine for additional information or to arrange viewing.
Office: 360-385-4000 Cell: 503-475-0619
Please contact Sandy Bakken at (360) 385-4000
Tilleggsinformasjon, tilbehør og utstyr:
Kjøl: full kjøl
LOA: 24 ft 0 in
Bom: 8 ft 0 in
Total Power: 10 HP
Propeller: 3-blads propell
Drev type: Direkte drev
Engine Power: 10 HP
Garmin 531 Chart Plotter - with Pacific Coast US and Canada chip
ICOM, IC-M412 VHF Radio
Fresh Water Tank: 20 Gallons
Fuel Tank: 8 Gallons
Holding Tank: 10 Gallons
Sails and Rigging
3 Head sails
Self-tailing winches - Barient
New running rigging
Dodger and canvas in excellent condition
New Main made by Northwest Sails in Port Hadlock
Additional Equipment / Information
PSS Dripless shaft
Electric Fuel pump
Many extra items and spares
Rocna Vulcan Anchor with 25 ft of 5/8 chain, and 250 ft 1/2 inch rode
Bluewater Boat Article
At the extreme of ‘go small, go simple’ is the little Flicka 20. At an incredibly small 20 feet, few other boats can claim proven blue water capabilities. Flicka has crossed the oceans of the world, weathered severe storms and survived groundings on reefs with little damage. Yet this pint sized world cruiser can be popped onto a trailer and taken home.
Designed by Bruce Bingham along the lines of the Newport workboats of the 19th century, the Flicka 20 was originally introduced to the home-build market in 1972 before reaching production, first by Nor’ Star and then by Pacific Seacraft.
If you can get over the lack of deck space and finding place to stow your tender, you’ll find a boat that’s essentially solid, seaworthy and with the interior space of a boat 6 feet longer. She’s large enough to live in, and being so small she’s incredibly easy to handle. She sails well despite her short length and heavy displacement. These are some of the reasons people rationalize buying the Flicka 20, but perhaps the real reason is her charm and character; this little boat has quite the cult following.
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.