Details for Flicka Toucan

Hull Number 340

Pacific Seacraft
Seattle, Washington
Engine Type
Yanmar 1GM10
Enclosed Head?
Hull Material
Also known as
not known
More Info

Builder: Pacific Seacraft
Designer: Bruce Bingham
Year: 1987
Hull #: 340

LOA: 24’

Beam: 8’

LWL: 18’2”

Maximum Draft: 3’3”

Displacement: 6,000 lbs.

Ballast: 1,750 lbs. (lead)

Bridge Clearance: 30’11”

Immediately aft of the forepeak chain locker is a large vee birth flanked by shelves above. The in-line galley and quarterbirth are to port, a settee, enclosed head and hanging locker to starboard. A fold up table provides seating for two to dine comfortably. Birthing for 4. 5’11” headroom with beautiful woodwork below deck. Ample storage. Large comfortable cockpit.

Vinyl headliner

Teak and holly cabin sole

Vee birth and settee cushions (new foam 2010)

Cockpit cushions (green Sunbrella)

(5) Brass porthole opening hatches

Forward Hatch (Bowmar) with solar powered deck vent

Custom teak galley chart table (above quarter birth) that doubles as a cockpit table

Teak cabin top hand rails

Teak eye brow rails

Teak cockpit grate

Main hatch with canvas/mosquito covering


Engine Brand/Model: Yanmar 1GM10

Engine Hours: 570 (New in 2002)

Engine HP: 10

Cruising Speed: 5 kts. @ 2,000

Maximum Speed: 6 kts @ 3,000

Engine access by removing the cockpit sole or by removing the companion way stairs

Engine alarms (oil pressure, water)

Raw Water Sea Strainer: Bronze

Fuel Filters: Yanmar

Fuel filter/water separator: Racor


Fresh Water Tank: 20 US gal.

Fuel Tank: 14 US gal.

Holding Tank: 10 US gal


Stove: Origo 2-burner alcohol stove

Sink: Deep bay stainless steel sink

Manual fresh water foot pump

Manual salt water pump

Two teak drawers, a cabinet and several cubbies

Refrigeration: Norcold Tek 120 VAC or 12VDC

Brass lamp

Electronics and Navigation Equipment:

Tiller Auto Pilot: Simrad TP22

Knot Meter/Log/Depth: Datamarine Corinthian II

GPS: Garmin

Bulkhead mounted compass

VHF radio

Mast head mounted VHF antenna, anchor light, steaming light

AM/FM/CD player (2010)

Ships Barometer


Electrical System: 12vDC/120vAC shorepower & 20 amp charger

Batteries: (2) marine deep cycle (house), (1) Engine start

Battery Parallel Switch

Battery Monitors

Dockside Cable: 30-amp 50’

Interior Lighting: 12vDV

Alternator: Yanmar, 35-amp

Sails & Rigging:

Sails: Full batten main (primary and backup), double-reef

Sails: Genoa-120%, Harkin roller furling

Sails: Staysail with removable inner forstay

Mast: SS mast tabernacle

Standing Rigging: SS wire

Mainsheet Traveler: Yes

Lines Led Aft: Single Handers Package

Winches: (3)

Deck & Ground Tackle:

Anchor: #22 Bruce with 25’ chain and 150’ line rode

Bow pulpit: Teak with SS hand rail

Anchor Davit/Roller: Single bronze

Electric Windless (not working)

Dodger with handrails

Spray skirts, cockpit awning

Double vinyl-clad SS lifelines on SS stanchions

Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details:

Propeller: Two-glade bronze

Bilge Pumps: (1) automatic, (1) Whale manual

Steering: Tiller (with spare tiller)

Head Type: Lavac, Electric

Holding Tank: 10 U.S. gal.

Safety Equipment:

Life Jackets: (2) Type II

Life Sling: Yes

Jacklines: Yes

Docklines (2), Fenders (2)

SS stern-mounted boarding ladder

Radar reflector

Telescoping boat hook

Ships bell, fog horn

(2) Throwable cushions



Countless short trips in the Puget Sound area.

From Ron and Kathy Mayo

"We're the fourth owners of the Flicka Toucan. We bought her in the summer of 2005 and have sailed approximately 2000 miles since then within the Puget Sound near our home in Seattle, Washington."

From Jason Zabriskie (5th owner)

"I'm the fifth owner of the Flicka Toucan. I bought her last spring and have sailed approximately 500 miles since then within the Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington.  All lines run back to the cockpit for a complete solo package."

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