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SAVVY NAVVY - Investment Opportunity

The founder Jelte has been sailing since he was eight years old, learning from his grandfather. He took part in the Clipper Round the World yacht race in 2014, racking up more than 8,000 nm. After his previous company was acquired by Google, he worked for the search giant for five years as a Staff Engineer in various projects including Google Maps. Ever since the clipper race however, he couldn't shake the idea that navigation at sea ought to be easier and less time consuming. In 2017 he left Google to set up savvy navvy and realise his dream of helping sailors produce safe routes using more data than they could manage themselves, allowing them more time to enjoy the actual sailing.

THE IDEA
Products & Services

Savvy navvy is the first to truly combine all the required data for passage planning in one easy to use solution. They launched the first paid-for version in July, and have since exceeded their conversion rate projections. Their roadmap will first integrate more data sources like tidal calculations, waves, storms and other weather systems and then extend to the motorboat market. They plan to offer hardware to connect savvy navvy to onboard telemetry, applying AI to customer data to provide boat-specific routing
They will also gather point of interest data and user recommendations for marinas etc, and leverage this to develop advertising and other partnerships with marine service providers

Problem Solved

76 million sailors today use many tools to plan their trips. These help with individual aspects of passage planning, but none combine everything in one solution. This leaves sailors spending hours on passage planning, having to manually combine information from various sources. This is time consuming and can lead to errors, which can be costly and dangerous. Savvy navvy is the first easy to use solution that gives a complete passage plan within seconds, computing far more possible combinations than can be done manually, saving hours of work to enjoy more sailing time.

Revenue Model

Savvy Navvy offers a cross platform service on an annual subscription model. There are standard and premium annual memberships at £150 and £200 respectively. They will evaluate additional packages, like seasonal or week(end) passes. Further down the line, they plan to up-sell the 'elite' hardware product which integrates with the boat's telemetry, to provide users with custom routing for their own yacht and capabilities.
In addition to these revenue streams, they also plan to monetise the user generated content, allowing marinas etc to advertise and sponsor their services along the routes they plot.

Exit Strategy

The marine industry is ripe for disruption, with most players struggling to innovate their offerings. At the same time, a lot of manufacturing incumbents have shown an interest in acquiring software companies to improve their product lines. Some recent examples of this are Garmin acquiring Navionics and Raymarine acquiring Fishidy. Their exit strategy would be a similar trade deal in 5 to 7 years time, having become the defacto solution for navigation at sea.

Minimum Target £ 350,000 Maximum Target £ 499,998 Minimum investment amount £ 10,000 Maximum investment amount £ 350,000
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The Idea

Products & Services

Savvy navvy is the first to truly combine all the required data for passage planning in one easy to use solution. They launched the first paid-for version in July, and have since exceeded their conversion rate projections. Their roadmap will first integrate more data sources like tidal calculations, waves, storms and other weather systems and then extend to the motorboat market. They plan to offer hardware to connect savvy navvy to onboard telemetry, applying AI to customer data to provide boat-specific routing
They will also gather point of interest data and user recommendations for marinas etc, and leverage this to develop advertising and other partnerships with marine service providers

Problem Solved

76 million sailors today use many tools to plan their trips. These help with individual aspects of passage planning, but none combine everything in one solution. This leaves sailors spending hours on passage planning, having to manually combine information from various sources. This is time consuming and can lead to errors, which can be costly and dangerous. Savvy navvy is the first easy to use solution that gives a complete passage plan within seconds, computing far more possible combinations than can be done manually, saving hours of work to enjoy more sailing time.

Revenue Model

Savvy Navvy offers a cross platform service on an annual subscription model. There are standard and premium annual memberships at £150 and £200 respectively. They will evaluate additional packages, like seasonal or week(end) passes. Further down the line, they plan to up-sell the 'elite' hardware product which integrates with the boat's telemetry, to provide users with custom routing for their own yacht and capabilities.
In addition to these revenue streams, they also plan to monetise the user generated content, allowing marinas etc to advertise and sponsor their services along the routes they plot.

Exit Strategy

The marine industry is ripe for disruption, with most players struggling to innovate their offerings. At the same time, a lot of manufacturing incumbents have shown an interest in acquiring software companies to improve their product lines. Some recent examples of this are Garmin acquiring Navionics and Raymarine acquiring Fishidy. Their exit strategy would be a similar trade deal in 5 to 7 years time, having become the defacto solution for navigation at sea.

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