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A great yacht starts with a design that maximises safety and comfort, without sacrificing performance, above the waterline or below.

From a two-dimensional drawing in mid-2019 to our finished product, the latest Endurance 750 made her debut at the Sanctuary Cove Boating Festival in November 2020 before heading to Hobart Tasmania with her new owners.

This vessel was commissioned by a repeat Endurance owner, and designed to his exacting standards. Knowing exactly what he wanted and being involved with the entire build process, build #25 is the first of the wide-body hybrid hull designs into Australian waters.

Powered by twin CAT C-18 1136 hp Acert shaft drives, twin 27 KW Onan gensets, TRAC Hydraulic at-rest stabilisation, TRAC 38 hp thrusters, central helm position in skylounge with two raised wing stations, and two cockpit wing stations, this E750 is a pleasure to drive and is extremely manoeuvrable. Using the best equipment on the market and combining with her hybrid split-chine Kevlar hull, she offers extremely efficient operations, and total luxury and comfort for all onboard.






The chef’s galley was designed for our new owner to cook for family and friends, and the forward location on the main deck level ensures he’s always able to host and entertain the lucky ones onboard.

A full beam king-size master stateroom located amidships ensures supreme comfort. Quietness is further enhanced by the use of Pyrotek sound-paint 800mm above and below the waterline, from bow to stern to dampen any water noise.

Practical design features, such as a day head on every deck level, chilled water, air conditioning, and TRAC at-rest stabilisation, means you and your guests are comfortable and stable like never before.

This build is the first to see full-white gelcoat and the addition of “raised carpentry” timber works with a satin finish that showcases the skill and craftsmanship the Hampton Shipyard is renowned for. The designer interiors chosen by our owner have been all hand-crafted, along with custom leather work by local premier trimmer companies.

Redundant systems are aplenty onboard, such as dual Onan 27 KW Gensets, PTO-fed hydraulics to complement the various power packs, dual freshwater pumps and much more.

Hampton Yachts represent the perfect combination of tough, offshore capable construction supported by robust and redundant systems and married to luxurious living spaces.

A commitment to superior yacht design and construction starts with expertly-engineered hulls and is carried through with dedication to continuous innovation and improvement of every component and system on their boats. They control every aspect of the manufacturing process in their own dedicated factory with experienced craftsmen and technicians who start with the best raw materials and the highest quality components.

Once launched, Hampton Yachts are supported by our unique Hampton VIP Owner’s Program with access to help and advice 24/7 and service arrangements worldwide.


  • Length: 22.86M
  • Draft: 1.52M
  • Beam: 5.69M
  • Dry Weight: 52,500kg
  • Cruise Speed: 9-17 knots
  • Max Speed: 21 knots
  • Fuel @ cruise: 60LPH combined @ 10 knots
  • Fuel capacity: 10770litres
  • Water capacity: 1700 litres
  • Windlass: Muir HYD VRC 4500
  • Bow & Stern Thrusters: 38HP HYD Trac
  • Trim Tabs: Teleflex Hydraulic
  • Steering Compass: Ritchie
  • Autopilot: Garmin & BT remote
  • VHF: Garmin Dual & Repeater
  • Charting System: Navionics
  • Radar: Garmin 72m Open Scan
  • Navigation: Navionics
  • GPS: Garmin Triple 24”
  • Sounders: Garmin Triple 24”
  • Satellite Dome: KVH 60’s x 2

If you’d like to arrange an inspection please contact Dean or Ryan Leigh-Smith of Leigh-Smith Yachts Sanctuary Cove Queensland, your authorized AUS-NZ Hampton Yachts Dealers.

(07) 55 77 9200  and

The Leigh-Smith team pride themselves on the high level of customization available with Hampton Yachts; including layout down to the finishes. Helping you choose the boat and options that meet your needs, from fireplaces to exotic wood interiors, they have done it all!





Published in print October-December 2021