Kanter 68


Designed by Gregory C Marshall Naval Architect Ltd., a Victoria, BC design firm,  the Kanter Power 68 is designed and built to be simple, luxurious and rugged, as well as easily operated without a crew.

Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd., (GCMNA) of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, is a designer of international luxury yachts.  The company was established in 1994 by Gregory C. Marshall and with partner Gordon Galbraith, who joined the company in 2004, currently employs a design team of 18 employees.

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GCMNA in its history has been involved with more than 400 vessels in designs including styling, engineering, mechanical, electrical, interior design and decorating.  In collaboration with many well-known shipyards including Burger Boat Company, Christensen Shipyards, Ocean Alexander, McMullen and Wing, and Westport Shipyards.

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