Ocean Magazine : 1 May June 2005
Guy Currenti landed in Sydney back in September 2004 to set up a brand new company "Complete Home & Marine". It specializes in the design, installation, sales and implementation of the most sophisticated integrated domestic and marine technology available on the market. "After monitoring the superyacht industry growth in Australia year on year, I felt the timing was right to bring my expertise back here", said Currenti, "I love Australia and it's great to be home". Currenti began working in the marine industry as a trainee engineer with Honeywell Marine control services. Following his traineeship he moved quickly through the ranks to Senior Service Engineer when in 1998 he decided to further his career and pursue his love for boats working with the superyacht industry. In June 1998 he was commissioned by the owner (to work together with Feadship shipyard) to design the electrical and electronics systems on board a 50 m superyacht Sussurro. Following that the owner requested Guy work on a major refit of another large superyacht -- the 74 m Coral Island. This refit involved a complete design and upgrade of all onboard systems, a task that lasted almost eight months. Currenti then transferred to the Lurssen Shipyard in Germany as the Project Electronics Engineer of a new build, the $US120 million, 115 metre motoryacht -- Pelorus. He describes this as his "biggest and most satisfying work yet". "I gained some amazing technical 78 | ocean company profile High tech COMPLETE HOME & MARINE -- The latest in a long list of ex-pat marine industry experts has recently returned after seven years overseas working and cruising around some of the world's most exotic locations.
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