Hampton Yacht from Taiwan has recently hosted a launch party for the newest Endurance 720 motor yacht Blue Moon at the Waterlife Restaurant. More than 80 guests had a unique possibility to admire the Blue Moon yacht, anchored at the marina. There was a red carpet leading to the entrance of this splendid vessel, along with live music, open bar, as well as appetizers at the restaurant.
There was a slideshow presentation on the plasma TV’s throughout the restaurant about the evolution of the Endurance 720 yacht Blue Moon, from the beginning when the GA drawings were produced to the final result of the boat cruising on the Coral Sea.
At sunset, Ryan Leigh-Smith gave an amazing speech to thank John & Ann Oliver for their purchase of the Blue Moon yacht and thanked the team that helped him put together this amazing vessel. John Oliver was thrilled to express his gratitude to the team that created his pride and joy, “Blue Moon,” even before the final fireworks display was to start.
Dean Leigh-Smith then invited the guests to view the Endurance 720 luxury yacht Blue Moon again now in the night light to admire the beauty of the boat not only in day but also at night. To everyone’s surprise they saw the sky light up behind the vessel with a fireworks spectacular which made “Blue Moon” scintillate at night. The fireworks lasted for 10 minutes as the Moon beautifully rested in the horizon at the end of the river. After the fireworks the music began to play and John and Ann Oliver hit the dance floor celebrating the event in style.
The dance floor soon filled up with happy guests, open bar, and Blue Moon yacht was indeed the star.
Technical Specifications of the Endurance 720 motor yacht Blue Moon by Hampton Yacht:
Length Overall 72′ 8” 22.15 M
Hull Length 72′ 2” 22.00 M
L.W.L. 64′ 2” 19.56 M
Beam 18′ 8” 5.69 M
Draft 5′ 1.52 M
Displacement (Skylounge Version) 118,000 lbs dry (Approx.) 53,636 kgs
Fuel Capacity 2000 gals 7,571 L
Water Capacity 500 gals 1,893 L
Holding Tank Capacity 120 gals 454 L
Engines Twin 873 BHP Caterpillar C-18 Acert Engines