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The dynamic range and sensitivity necessary to capture what your see at night does not exist. You can kinda try to achieve it using the HDR on a 5D or another higher end model. Problem is that if you expose for the moon, you'll surely lose all detail in any thing else in the frame but with HDR you can get something near to it. HDR will probably still overexpose the moon and blur the water.
The best way to do this would be to take your shot at dusk, when its still fairly bright out, expose for the moon again. But having available light for the rest of the environment will make it look like what your eyes might see at night. Might take a couple of tries. You can take shots of the stars later and composite them into the shot in photoshop. You'll need to not move the tripod.