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Inside the Hampton Yachts 830

Here's a close-up look at this Euro-inspired 83-footer.

April 26, 2018

During the Palm Beach International Boat Show, we toured the born-to-travel Hampton 830 Euro. She’s designed by J.C. Espinosa. One of her striking features is the atrium in the main-deck galley forward. Light bathes the space creating a sense of volume.

Abaft the galley is a formal dining table for 8 with uninterrupted views out the sliding doors and side windows that stretch nearly sole-to-ceiling. Cut-down bulwarks amidships enhance the ocean views from the salon and dining space.

The yacht has four staterooms for owners and guests, plus two more for crew.

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The Hampton 830 Euro is built to travel with a deep-V hull form supported by solid fiberglass construction below the waterline. A series of longitudinal stringers and transversals add further backbone and rigidity.

Twin 1,136 hp Caterpillar C-18 Acert diesels give the yacht a 23-knot top hop at half load.

Quick Specs:

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LOA: 83’8″

Beam: 19’10”

Draft: 6’1″

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Displ.: 150,000 lbs.

Fuel Cap.: 2,200 gal.

Water Cap.: 350 gal.

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Engines: 2/1,136 hp Caterpillar C-18 Acerts

Top Speed: 23 knots (at half load)

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