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Rocknak's Yacht Sales, Inc.

Rocknak's Yacht Sales, Inc.
Rockport
ME
04856
United States

Fax:  (207) 236-9641

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Pacific Seacraft

Pacific Seacraft

Based in Washington, North Carolina, the Pacific Seacraft Corporation is a builder of fiberglass monohull cruising sailboats that have been featured in both volumes of Ferenc Mate’s The World’s Best Sailboats and in Fortune magazine, which twice selected Pacific Seacraft as a producer of America’s 100 best products. More than 2,000 boats have been produced, including the well-known Pacific Seacraft 44, and the brand has been sailed by confident owners to the gunkholes around the world. Reknowned for strength and performance, the builder boasts that its traditional bluewater vessels are so well built they can be safely–and proudly–passed down to the next generation. The model line consists of five boats sized from 31 to 44 feet, each designed for ease of control by a small crew in challenging conditions.

1980 Pacific Seacraft Flicka

US$19,000

Rockport,ME,United States

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Foredeck
Cockpit
Vee Berth
Galley
Aft Bulkhead
Aft Bulkhead
Yanmar
Radar
Bronze Hardware
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Description/Condition

The Pacific Seacraft, Flicka, is 20 feet of pure enjoyment, especially for those who enjoy a simple efficient rig, great use of space, and a hull design that you can take about anywhere!  Telios has been primarily used for weekend sailing with limited use in the Northeast.  She has always been stored inside. Note:  No trailer.

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Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
Number of Engines 1    

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For Sale by

Rocknak's Yacht Sales, Inc.

Rocknak's Yacht Sales, Inc.
Rockport
ME
04856
United States

Fax:  (207) 236-9641

Dimensions, Builder and Designer

L.O.A:  20'; Beam: 8'; L.W.L.: 18'; Ballast: 1800 lbs.; Displacement: 5500 lbs; Draft: 3', 3".

The builder is Pacific Seacraft and the designer is Bruce Bingham.

Engines/Tanks

Yanmar, 7.5 hp, Model 1 GM

Fresh water tank is 14 gallons.

Fuel tank is 12 gallons.

There is a holding tank.




Accommodations

Large enclosed storage space forward over the double vee berth.  Enclosed storage locker shelf to starboard, open storage shelf to port. Opening forward port hole, overhead opening cabin hatch.  An upholstered settee (about 4') is located under an upholstered seat.  There are several enclosed teak enclosed lockers located under the starboard rail as well as a large storage locker under the settee.

The galley is to port, including a top loading ice chest, sink with cold pressure water, storage locker under the galley.  A new Origo alcohol stove was installed in 2011.  All cabin sides and trim are teak.  The two entry steps are removable providing access to the engine.

Light and ventilation are provided by the forward opening hatch, a round opening forward port, (2) forward fixed ports and two opening main cabin ports.

Hull and Deck

Off white gel coat cabin, deck and hull.  Brown accent cove stripe with a brown boot top, and red bottom.  All hardware is bronze.  Like her sister ships, Telios has a long full keel and a transom hung rudder with tiller steering.  The deep cockpit has an opening locker to starboard giving access to the holding tank and mascerator.  Under the port cockpit seat is a fold down locker door.  All exterior teak has been maintained yearly with high gloss varnish.  There is a removable cockpit sole panel that gives good access to the engine.  There is an aft stainless steel stern rail.

Electrical/Mechanical

Yanmar 7.5 hp single cylinder diesel engine, two 12v batteries, AC and DC panels, automatic bilge pump.

Sails and Rigging

Bow sprit with teak step pad, tan bark main with reef, maroon sailcover, tan bark lapping jib, roller furling head sail system.  Deck stepped spar.  #28 Barlow ST bronze winches.

Equipment

Danforth anchor with rode,  miscellaneous fenders, docklines, life sling, fire extinguisher.

Electronics

Raytheon 10x radar mounted on an Edson transom pole, Signet knot/depth, Signet depth, Bulkhead compass, and a small GPS.

Disclaimer

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.