A few updated models are in the pipeline for Hampton Yachts, the Endurance line is set to receive the Endurance 870/920 Long Range Cruiser (LRC) which will come in either skylounge or pilothouse configurations.
The 870/920 offers refinements to previous platforms to ensure a rugged and efficient hull. Hampton suggests the hull is a hybrid hull from the standpoint that it can cruise comfortably at around 20-knots and increase her range and efficiency at between 8 to 12-knots and still burn less fuel that a similarly sized yacht with a full displacement hull.
On the interior, the Hampton Endurance 870 will come with four guest cabins as standard all featuring ensuite bathrooms for convenience and privacy. Up to six cabins appear to be feasible for guests while there is room to accommodate four crew. The yacht offers spacious living with a tri-deck layout. As said before the third deck can be used as a skylounge/additional saloon or as a pilothouse depending on what the owner wants.
The vessel is fitted with a pair of CAT C32s each cranking out 1,600 horse power. Top speed is around 26-knots lightly loaded and 24 at half load. The 87-foot hull will come in under 190,000 lbs (186k) and offer good seakeeping as the Hampton Hybrid Hull usually provides. The beam onboard is 23-feet and has a draft of 5.2-feet.
For more information:
Hampton Yacht Group
1535 SE 17th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316