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2000 Shuttleworth Shuttlecat 32

location icon Chesapeake, Virginia
Year 2000
Length 32 ft

Custom Designed 32ft Performance Cat

From Designer John Shuttleworth 

If you're in the market for something truly unique and a vessel that makes sailing fast and fun, this is your next boat!

Designed by renowned Naval architect John Shuttleworth from Great Britain and built in Florida by Dale Schneider, this Shuttlecat 32 has taken it's owners to many great cruising locations with speed and comfort. She's designed to get you into the shallow anchorages of the Bahamas or Caribbean that most boats this size can not, and to also get you there first!

Part of the design brief was for a vessel that could sail much closer to the wind than traditional catamarans. This was accomplished through the use of a rotating carbon wing mast and very unique single dagger board located in the port hull. The hulls themselves where specifically designed to help in pointing, but also be able to keep a very low drag for off the wind sailing under the screecher or spinnaker and at the same time provide for a very shallow draft. Part of the advantage of this hull design is a rather large interior volume in each hull for the berths, nav station, head and galley. The open bridge deck features a hard bimini top, ample seating options great storage and the ability to safely run the boat without the need to go out of the cockpit. Another simple, yet efficient feature of the bridge deck is the location of the massive fridge/freezer boxes. They are located across the front of the cockpit. This keeps the weight of the contents and boxes/compressors centered in the boat, where it needs to be, and makes grabbing a cold beverage that much easier!

Eagle is built of vinylester, vacuum bagged over core cell with carbon fiber front cross bar and mast. She has partial Dyneema standing rigging and running rigging which was added in 2018. Updates and maintenance has been carried out regularly and the owner has provided a spread sheet with all the details. She is currently in the water off of the ICW at Atlantic Yacht Basin in Chesapeake VA "put away" and waiting for her next owner.

Contact us today for more information or to schedule a showing.




Year Built 2000
Category Sail
Length Overall 32 ft
Beam 22'6 ft
Cabins 2
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID DSECT32C0000
Keel Other Keel
Min Draft 1'6 ft
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 50 hp
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 55 gal
Water Tanks 2
Water Tank Cap. 100 gal
Holding Tanks 1
Holding Tank Cap. 30 gal

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Honda
Model: 50
Fuel: Gasoline
Engine Power: 50hp
Type: Outboard-4s
Propeller Type: 3 Blade
Engine Location: Center
Sails and Rigging
  • 50’ Carbon fiber rotating wing mast with associated wire/dyneema standing rigging -Spar Awlgrip 2018
  • Mast modifications by Skateaway Design to reduce weight/windage 2018
  • Shrouds 7/16" SK75 Dyneema 2018
  • Jib halyard 7/16" New England Ropes VPC 2018
  • Main halyard 3/8" New England Ropes VPC 2018
  • Screecher halyard 3/8" New England Ropes VPC 2018
  • Spinnaker halyard 8mm New England Ropes V-100 2018
  • Mainsail sheet 1/2" New England Ropes Sta-Set 2020 (in storage)
  • Calvert main 2006
  • North Sails jib 2006
  • Calvert spinnaker with ATN sock
  • North Sails screacher 2012
  • Custom stack pack for main sail
  • 2 Gaurhauer series 25 vangs for mast rotation control
  • 1 Aluminum bowsprit with associated wire rigging
  • 2 Running Backstays 39’ 1/4" SK75 Dyneema
  • 4 Gaurhauer series 40 fiddle blocks for 5/1 purchase on running backstays
  • 1 Profurl B35L for jib 2006
  • 1 FX 2500 Facnor continuous line screecher furler 2015
  • Nexus System master server 2017
  • Analog Nexus wind display
  • 3 Digital Nexus multi displays
    (functions include speed/log, depth, wind, and compass)
  • Garmin 741xs Chartplotter 2017
  • Garmin 2006C chartplotter stored on the boat as a functioning backup
  • 3x 80 watt solar panels
  • 2x 100 watt solar panels
  • Blue Sky Energy SBI000i Solarboost 30A MPPT charge controller
  • Link 2 battery monitor
  • 3x North Star Batteries AGM 103amp hr grp 31 house batteries
  • 1 Odyssey PC1200 gel engine starting battery
  • Autohelm autopilots (spare onboard for parts)
  •  Richie FN-201 compass
  • Sony CDX-F50M CD receiver with MP3 playback
  • Standard Horizon VHF AIS Receive GX-2150 
  • 700W inverter
  • Frigoboat refrigeration
  • 2.5 cu ft freezer and 5.5 cu ft fridge with 5” insulation on bridge deck
  • Force 10 propane stove with broiler
  • 1 10 lb aluminum propane tanks
  • 1 20 lb aluminum propane tank
  • Propane shut offs and regulators
  • Pressure salt and fresh water at galley
  • 1 Lavac vacuum head
  •  Head sink with pressure water
  •  Pressure shower with sump pump
Ground Tackle
  • 35 lb Mantus galvanized steel anchor with 40’ 3/8 chain and 150’ 5/8” rode
  • 20 lb Delta anchor with 20’chain and 150’ rode
  • FX16 Fortress anchor with chain and 200’ rode
  • 2014 Honda 50 hp four stroke outboard
  • Mechanics manual
  • Honda remote outboard controls
  • 2020 Yamaha 2 stroke 8hp outboard (kicker/dinghy motor)
  • 3 13-gallon plastic fuel tanks
  • 1 3-gallon plastic fuel tank
  • Racor fuel filtering system
Additional Information
  • Awlgrip topsides 2014
  • Sunrise mesh trampolines 2011
  • Kiwi Grip non skid on all deck surfaces
  • 8 Fans (two in each berth)
  • Mahogany convertible cockpit table
  • Sunbrella cover for cockpit table
  • Double bunk cushions with sunbrella covers
  • 1 Set settee cushions
  • ¾ Cockpit strataglass 40 gauge enclosure with 4 panel rollup D windows 2011
  • Textalene snap on stratglass windshield covers
  • Mahogany tiller arms
  • Sunbrella tiller arm covers
  • 2 kick up rudders
  • 1 Dagger board
  • Full cockpit composite Bimini
  • 1 Attached boarding ladder
  • 2 Fire extinguishers
  • 17” Magma marine stainless propane grill
  • Full roll 40 gauge strataglass for enclosure window replacement
  • Broad fishing platform and bilateral rod-holders.


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.