Foodinghy, your favorite dishes from the restaurant to your boat
Eating a plate of spaghetti allo scoglio sea view is great, but eating a plate of spaghetti allo scoglio sea view is priceless. Foodinghy is the first food delivery marketplace dedicated to the nautical sector. Through the Foodinghy.com website you can order restaurant dishes and receive your order while you're on the boat, both at anchor and on the dock.
Foodinghy, how it works
How does the Foodinghy service work? In a simple and similar way to the “land” ones we are used to by now. By accessing the website you select the place where you would like to have lunch, the restaurant to order from and the dishes you prefer; after having also indicated the 30 minute “slot” in which to receive your lunch you can proceed with the online payment. Once the order is placed, the restaurant and the pilot in charge of the food delivery will receive the order in real time.
Soon an app
In the process of being created, it is a dedicated app that will enrich the customer experience with other features and improve the food delivery activity through the geolocation of the yachtsman. Whether you want to learn more about the service, or you want to affiliate with Foodinghy as a caterer or pilot, click on the link below:
How Foodinghy was born
The idea of a food delivery expressly tailored to the needs of those who go boating was born after the summer of 2017. Andrea Guagno, originally from Lake Maggiore, in that summer, in addition to the boat trips on the Verbano, where the usual cold packed lunches were eaten, was a guest in Liguria for several weekends on a very large yacht with a chef on board.
During this last holiday he realized that lunch was not an “uncomfortable moment” to be passed quickly, to the sound of cans, preserves and so on: but an occasion that exalted the experience on board, thanks to hot and tasty dishes (for example spaghetti with clams, mixed fried, etc.). Moreover, looking around during the lunch break spent in the roadstead, Andrea realized that the boats that could afford a similar lunch (for size and possibility) were less than 10%.
This gave rise to the idea of making it possible for the remaining 90% of the boats to have a lunch that was up to the situation. Sharing the idea with Patrick Cox, who had already had the opportunity to see the condition described above during several yacht charter vacations, the two decided to make an effort to create Foodinghy. www.foodinghy.com
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