Protections de vos données
We appreciate your interest in our company and in our web site. Despite thorough control of our contents, we are not liable for any external links leading to different contents.
Protection of your privacy is a particular concern for us while collecting, processing and using them in terms of your visit of our web site. Your data is protected by legal regulations. Below, you will find information about data that can be collected during your visit of our web site and its usage:
1. Collecting and Processing of Data
Each access to our web site as well as to any file available on the web site is being recorded. Saving of this information serves for internal system-relating and statistic purposes. The collected data are: name of the accessed file, date and time of the access, assigned data size, message about the successful file access, web browser and referring domain.
In addition, the IP addresses of the referring computer are being recorded.
Further personal data are collected only in case, if they are given on a voluntary basis, for example in terms of an enquiry or registration.
2. Usage of Cookies
In some cases, providing of certain information and functions is only possible, if we process the data about you or the computer used by you responsibly.
We use the so called cookies. These help us to make our offers more user-friendly, efficient and safe. Cookies are small data packages that are being stored on your computer. Cookies contain no privacy data, but information that is useful for us to optimize the functionality of our web sites.
Certain functions are available only then, if you accept the application of function-relating cookies. Accessing the booking and inquiry procedure – the so called YachtFinder® - a so called session cookie will be installed on your computer and deleted automatically immediately after you finish the procedure. Most of the browsers offer the possibility to deny cookies applications. Normally, this can be set directly on your computer. However, this can lead to a restricted usability of our yacht charter portal.
3. Usage and Forwarding of Personal Data
It is an important part of our business concept to collect and process personal data. Especially the intermediation for the services offered on our yacht charter portal, e.g. charter yachts and insurances, requires collecting of personal data and forwarding it to yacht charter companies, agencies or insurance companies to enable them to contact you and sign a legal binding charter contract for your charter yacht or an insurance contract. The following data can be forwarded (if provided by you during your inquiry procedure): address, e-mail, name and surname, telephone and fax numbers as well as the services chosen or ordered by you.
Generally, everyone can use our yacht charter portal without leaving his personal data to us. Should you decide to make an inquiry or a booking on our yacht charter portal, you accept the conditions of usage of your personal data as described above.
Once given your acceptance, you reserve the right to revoke it anytime for the future.
Deleting of saved personal data will be effected, unless there are legal reasons against, if you revoke your acceptance to data saving, the data is not necessary anymore for the purpose it was once saved for or the saving is not allowed due to other legal reasons.
In definite cases, we are legally obliged to forward your personal data to third parties, as far as it serves for clarification of a misuse of the yacht charter portal or general asserting our legal rights. In such cases, personal data can only be forwarded to damaged third parties or legal prosecution authorities. This is also valid in cases when the contractual relationship is already finished. An indispensable condition for any data forwarding, however, shall be justified and documented evidence of a misuse of the yacht charter portal.
4. Right of Access to Personal Data
On written enquiry, we will gladly inform you about your personal data saved by us.
Yachtbooker Network AG
c/o Rechtsanwalt Jens Biermann
DE - 80336 München
j.biermann (at) yachtbooker.com
5. Security Advice
We aim to save your personal data in a way that it is inaccessible for third parties by means of our technical and organisational capacities. We cannot guarantee for total data security in e-mail communications and therefore recommend sending your confidential information by mail (through the post).
6. Google Analytics
This web site uses Google Analytics, which is the web analysing service of Google Inc, thereinafter called Google. Google Analytics uses the so called cookies, which are text files that are being stored on your computer and serve for analysing of the web site usage by you. Information about your web site usage (including your IP address), which is collected by a cookie, will be sent to a Google server in the U.S.A. and stored there. Google will use this information to analyse your usage of the web site, generate reports on the web site activities for the web site operator and provide further services, relating to the usage of the web site and the internet. Google can also communicate this information to third parties, as far as it is legally required or the data shall be processed by third parties on behalf of Google. Google shall in no case link your IP address to the other personal data stored by Google. You can avoid the installation of cookies by accordant settings of your browser software. However, we point out that in this case you might not be able to use all of the functions of this web site to the full extent.
By using of this web site, you declare that you accept processing of your stored personal data by Google in the way and for purposes as described above.
7. Google remarketing
You can deactivate the usage of Gookie by for how Google advertises to you using the Google Ad Preferences page or you can opt out of interest-based advertising entirely by changing your cookie settings.
8. Changing in Privacy Regulations
We reserve the right to change these privacy regulations anytime according to guidelines of data privacy laws.