The world's most famous and well-traveled 20-foot cruising sailboat, the Flicka has sailed every ocean and circumnavigated the globe. A full-keel design drawn by Bruce Bingham, she offers four berths and standing headroom in a stout, sea-kindly package. Built to exacting standards by Pacific Seacraft, she will take you any place you wish to sail. The design is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with wood trim. It has a cutter rig with a bowsprit, a slightly spooned plumb stem, an over-vertical transom, a keel-mounted rudder controlled by a tiller and a fixed long keel.
The fuel tank holds 12 U.S. gallons (45 L; 10.0 imp gal) and the fresh water tank has a capacity of 20 U.S. gallons (76 L; 17 imp gal).4
Accommodation includes a forward "V"-berth a galley situated amidships, with a hinged table and an icebox. There is an enclosed head. The cabin has teak trim and a holly sole, plus standing headroom.4
Perfect for the Chesapeake, live-aboard (for one person!) or the Caribbean. I love this boat dearly, as I took my two younger kids out on it for their first sailing experiences. We just need a bigger boat. The hull is built like a tank and can weather almost anything.
I had the inboard taken out for additional space and have been using an outboard which was more than sufficient to get it in and out of the marina.