I am selling my Flicka 20 which I acquired as a bare hull a year and a half ago (some pics of the bare hull are shown)
I managed to do enough work to get the boat seaworthy, launched and sailing.
This hull was laid up heavily and is virtually brand new - I am not sure when it was laid up but the fiberglass is exremely solid; this is not a Pacific Seacraft hull but it is an exact copy of the Flicka hulls - I know because I also owned a factory one.
This sailboat has a finished interior, sails, rig, rudder and all fundamental standing and running rigging.
The boat sails nicely and has just been hauled out.
If serious, come take a look.
It's a rare chance to own a pedigree boat and refine the interior and exterior.
I have owned only pedigree boats (Westsail 32, Nor'Sea 27, Pac Seacraft Flicka 20 and Southern Cross 28) so believe me this one is a winner.
I have also crossed the North and South Atlantic shorthanded so when I tell you this is a good boat, it probably is.
No engine but bracket could easily be attached for an outboard.
Double axle trailer can be included for $2,000 more.
Trailer fits hull perfectly and could easily be used for long distance voyaging to far away coast lines.