Louis Chenevert is passionate about building yachts, and this isn’t a surprise. He is a semi-retired from the operation of some prominent corporations such as UTC (United Technologies Corporation) as well as General Motor. He has gained massive experience in this industry. This experience makes him suitable and fit for his task of yacht building. In a recent interview, he stated that in everything he get in touch with, he is passionate about it. He declared that he loves technology and he is ever ready to try building a boat with the current advanced technology which stands to be a great challenge.
Louis Chenevert also highlighted that it is not easy to build a yacht. Building yacht takes passion and the will to dig deeper into more details on the construction process. As we speak, he has just managed to construct three yachts. These yachts include a Horizon P105, a Horizon 85 and a Hatteras 63. A Horizon P105 is the latest vessel that Chenevert has built. He named this yacht the Debbie Lou. This yacht is highly modified with electronics and commercial-grade equipment as well as a helm station that would impress any captain.
To make this construction a success, he worked with Horizon which stands to be the famous yacht company. Since the yacht builder was conversant with his previous requirements, he was able to work with them to make sure that Debbie Lou acknowledges his explicit specifications. He visited various companies based in Taiwan severally within three years. Louis Chenevert was present for a couple of months during the yacht construction as his marine surveyor intensively supervised on some of the boats structural and fiberglass work. Apart from these procedures, he comprehensively explained about the yacht in the conference calls with Horizon.
Louis Chenevert is 6 feet 6 inches in height. This height factor led him to contract this particular yacht with the proper command ergonomics and viewing angles. Louis Chenevert decided to trade notes with his captain via a mutual Dropbox account to get the best equipment specifications for safety. He Transacted CAD drawings to his captain so that he could hold virtual meetings regarding specific design detailed information that was so crucial to him.