The Endurance 750 has plentiful living space for opulent long term cruising. With its richly appointed skylounge with an additional day head, three/four large staterooms with ensuite heads, and full crew quarters, the Endurance 750 is built for entertaining. The Endurance 750 was conceived to be a coastal cruiser for family entertaining with serious volume and long-range capability, yet manageable for an owner–operator.
The latest Hampton 750 is extremely well featured and has garnered the attention of clients who have admired the company’s 720 pilothouse cruiser with the 750 essentially a rebranded and respeced model. The Hampton 750 with all its great features such as the covered side and aft decks, the full-beam owner’s suite and the spectacular open saloon and pilothouse arrangement combine to make the Hampton 750 an exceptional yacht. It’s designed to be a destination, where family and friends can join together for some great cruising and relaxation.
For all her rugged good looks and feel, the 750 was also designed for family cruising. To that end, she doesn’t disappoint either, sporting a four-stateroom, six-head layout with spaces for socialising and entertaining.
Powered by twin 1,136-horsepower Caterpillar C18s, the Endurance 750 burns around 4.5 lpnm per mile at 8 knots, though she could reach about 20 knots when needed. The girthy 750 with her 6.0m beam
The hull is solid fibreglass that’s reinforced with two layers of Kevlar from chine to chine and three layers of Kevlar in the forward “collision zone”. In other words, the Hampton 750 Pilothouse is one tough boat.