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1981 Pacific Seacraft Flicka 20

Portland, Oregon


From the manufacturer, "One fact of life that must be accepted by Flicka owners is this: you can't sneak into a harbor and drop the hook unnoticed. Her salty appearance makes her stand out in any crowd. we can talk about her snoopy sheer, her saucy bowsprit, the traditional lines that make every head turn, but the total package is one of such an elusive charm that even her designer, Bruce Bingham, can't put his finger on the "why." She's a pocket cruiser that everyone wants to put in his pocket and take home. And she's become the standard by which other small cruising boats are measured, but none can compare with the Flicka."

This boat served her owners for many years, from the coasts of California to the rivers of the mighty Columbia in Oregon. She spent many nights taking great care of her passengers. Creating special memories that only a vessel of this heritage can. Owner has decided it's time though for her to pass to another steward. Just as she has been loved it's important to her owner that the next chapter be one of new adventures not to be left in a slip tied to the dock. 

Drop the lines and begin your next adventure with this amazing package of seaworthy and character packed into a smaller vessel. Solo or bring someone special creating your memories to be cherished!

Gaff with Tan Bark Sails. Hull:168….Bruce Bingham design.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Pacific Seacraft
Model: Flicka 20
Year: 1981
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Designer: Bruce P. Bingham
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: PCS201680281
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Full Keel


Length: 24 ft
Length Overall: 24 ft
Waterline Length: 18'2 ft
Beam: 8 ft
Max Draft: 3'3 ft
Displacement: 6,000 lb
Cabin Headroom: 5'11 ft
Dry Weight: 6,000 lb
Ballast: 1,800 lb
Single Berths: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yamaha
  • Fuel: Unleaded
  • Engine Power: 8hp
  • Type: Outboard 4 Stroke
  • Engine Hours: 5
  • Engine Location: Port


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 8 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 20 gal


Boat Class: Cruisers, Daysailers, Cruisers
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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.

Manufacturer Provided Description
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.
Equipment List

Flicka 20 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - 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. - Fiberglass sliding hatch with solid teak drop boards. Interior - White Formica cabin house sides. Oiled teak wood. - Standing headroom with teak and holly sole throughout cabin area. - Spun polyester wrapped foam cushions with a wide choice of decorator fabrics. - 6'4" long V-berth with filler, shelves above, locker forward. - 6'4" long quarter berth. Storage below all berths. - Foldaway dining table. - Enclosed head compartment w-storage lockers & hanging locker. Plumbing - 20 gallon (76 Itr.) water tank. - 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. - Marine head with holding tank and overboard pumpout. 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. Two blade bronze propeller.  -  Electrical - 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 Sails - Main (6.4 oz., 113 sq. ft. with two sets of reef points). - 100% Working Jib (6.4 oz., 133 sq. ft. with one reef point). Cockpit - 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. Galley - Stainless steel sink with fresh water hand pump. - Stainless steel two-burner alcohol stove. - Food and dish storage lockers above galley counter. - Teak drawers and storage lockers below galley counter. - Large ice box with poured urethane foam insulation. Flicka 20 Optional Equipment - Deck Equipment - Upgrade to chrome plated bronze deck hardware - Teak seahood and teak sliding hatch - Teak capped cockpit coaming - Coaming boxes (port and starboard) - Teak cockpit grate - Lewmar #16 self-tailing primaries (in lieu of standard) . - Second bow roller. - Cockpit cushions closed cell (specify color). 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). - Cutter Rig, with loose footed staysail - Cutter Single Handers Package (same as sloop above but includes additional turning block and halyard stopper for staysail) - Harken Roller Furling System Unit O - 4:1 block and tackle boom vang Interior - Forward cabin privacy curtain - Teak interior cabin house sides Plumbing - Electric bilge pump - Raw water spigot in galley with foot pump Engine - Three blade fixed propeller (upcharge) Electrical - Lewco 20 amp marine bakery charger (requires 110 volt AC system) - 110 volt shore power system - Tri-color light at masthead with strobe. - Lightning ground - Single sideband copper grounding strap. - Foredeck light on mast Navigation - Communication - B & G Network Instrument Package (includes speed - log, depth, and wind) - B & G Network digital depth sounder. - B & G Network digital speed - log - Icom VHF radio with antenna - Ritchie BN 202 bulkhead mount compass Sails - Upcharge for full batten mainsail w- lazy jacks - 80% jib (6.4 oz., 106 sq. ft.) - 120% genoa (6.4 oz., 159 sq. ft.) - 140% genoa (4.6 oz., 199 sq. ft.) - 130% radial roller furling genoa with UV cover (4.1 oz., 172 sq.ft.) - Staysail (6.5 oz., 60 sq. ft.) - 120% yankee (6.4 oz., 159 sq. ft.) - 140% reacher - drifter (2.2 oz., 199 sq.ft.). - Cruising spinnaker (1.5 oz., 398 sq.ft.) - Storm jib (6.5 oz., 30 sq. ft.) - Storm trysail (6.5 oz., 36 sq. ft.) - On deck jib bag - On deck staysail bag - Roller furling genoa cover - Other sails and covers available - Upgrade to tanbark sails is 15%


Gaff with Tan Bark Sails.  Sail Area-Std: 250/Gaff: 288.

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.

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