Marine food delivery is a reality, Foodinghy is off and running!


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Foodinghy is the Italian startup that brings dishes from top restaurants straight to your boat. It meets you at the roadstead or dock, you order your favorite dish on, and your lunch or dinner arrives on board in no time. All the latest news from Foodinghy is told at Milan Yachting Week, in the booth you can find by clicking here.


How does it work? It is as simple as this

Lately, even more so in the year and a half marked by the Pandemic, the habit of ordering lunch, dinner or simply a snack from home has absolutely erupted. So many restaurants, and no longer just traditional take-out or home pizzerias, now deliver food from the kitchen to the home, relying on delivery services operated by third parties. Foodinghy does a very simple thing: it is the conduit that does the delivery; it simply does not deliver to the home but to the boat. Service is by tender, which meets you at the roadstead, or directly at the dock. If you get hungry and don’t feel like cooking, and how often that happens at home, you can now order from the restaurant even if you are on the boat.

Party (for now) in Liguria

Foodinghy is currently active in several ports in Liguria, Sestri Levante, Camogli, San Fruttuoso and Punta Chiappa. Soon it will also come to the Cinque Terre, specifically to Portovenere. But as you can hear in the interview, Foodinghy’s ideas are clear: to find more and more partner restaurants and to expand, first in Italy then perhaps to other countries. Andrea Guagno, founding partner of Foodinghy, told us all the latest news in an interview below.

Click here to contact Foodinghy

If you have questions about how the service works, or if you are a restaurant and would like to offer yourself as a partner, simply click here to contact Foodinghy. Find the contact form at Foodinghy’s booth at Milan Yachting Week by clicking here.



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