I talked to a friend of mine a few weeks ago. I had a chance to go and look at the boat
again last week.
I actually think this may well be the best deal on a PSC Flicka that is available today.
Many of these boats either have an outboard
on the transom, which is less then ideal. This boat
has a brand new Yanmar
installed, it has less then 100 (probably less then 50) hours on it. It was professionally installed and has been run just enough to verify the installation
is good. The motor
cost over $5k, and the installation
was somewhere around another $2k.
was all replaced (2009, 2010). The boat got a brand new Dodger
made by the same guy who made mine, all heavy wall 1" stainless tube. These were somewhere around $3k
The boat rides on a aluminum
"road king" trailer
bunk and 6 adjustable stands. The trailer
is a dual axle model with disc brakes and torsion axles (3500# I believe) The trailer alone would run somewhere around $7500.
The boat has a brand new Mack headsail, (~125) and it rides on a new Hood
. The main was not replaced, as it is in good condition.
and plastic ports
were all replaced with bronze
from New found metals. This adds over another $2k to the price
.... so all told the upgrades are worth more the asking price
The boat has been listed for $25k, and reduced but could be reduced more for the right buyer. Flicks are such great boats, that selling them means sorting through a crowd of folks who want to call and just talk about Flickas.... nothing wrong with that but it is tough to work
on another boat, and sell one when you are chatting on the phone
I will update this as I think of more, and as I answer anyone's questions.
Send me a PM if you have questions,
access through heavy hatch
with a gasket
opening ports from Newfound Metals;
Good stowage space in the galley
with deep, well insulated ice box
Two burner propane stove
(force 10 I believe)
Deep galley stove
, foot pump water
Aux bilge pump
mounted in cockpit
1QM10 deisel. Less then 50 hours of running time.... professionally installed and aligned.
Another view of the motor;
Stowage locker with Guest 15a charger
(2 bank charger)
More detail of the same locker (gotta love the way PSC builds these boats)
Vberth without center cushion
Slightly different view;
boards to keep the 'wee beasties' out
V berth with cushion laid in place;