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Privacy Policy

About us

ONSEA YACHTING SRL (“Sail OnSea”), a company registered in Romania. The registration number of our company is J03/227/2023 and our registered office is in Strada Emil Racoviță 37B, Pitești municipality, Argeș county.

General information about privacy policy

Why we need your data

We use your data to carry out our business, whether you want to take advantage of our vacation planning services with your loved ones, or you are a business partner or service provider of ours, or you interact with us in any way.

When you contact us, for whatever reason, you are giving us information about yourself. initiative. Depending on what you need, we may ask you for further information so that we can organise the holidays you want, for example to respond to your requests. or to ensure that we comply with the legal requirements applicable to our business. If you do not provide us with the data we request, we may not be able to provide you with the services you want.

Our commitment to protecting your privacy

We respect and protect your privacy and the privacy of the information you provide to us about yourself, which is part of our values and operating principles.

We are committed to using the data and information you provide to us in good faith and in accordance with the requirements of the law and the high standards applicable to our business. We are fully aware of the significance of the data and information we receive for you and by taking care of it, in addition to the services we offer, we earn and keep your trust.

Our quality under data protection legislation

When we interact with you, we are the data controller, which means we decide how your data is used. This Privacy Policy relates only to our activities as a data controller. We do not act as a proxy for other companies, but if it happens in the future, we will make sure that we provide you with all the information you need to understand what is happening with the information you make available to us.

Who this Privacy Policy is for

This Privacy Policy is intended for our customers and representatives of our business partners, as well as people who contact us by phone, through our website or social media pages or visit us at our premises or on our website, and other people we interact with in our business.

If you fall into the categories of persons mentioned below, this means that we use your data in our business. In this case, you will find in this Privacy Policy all the information you need to understand how we use your personal data. If you have any questions or would like additional information about how we use your data and information, please contact us at hello@sailonsea.com.

We are happy to offer our services to people under 18, but only if they are accompanied by responsible adults. When preparing our offers and discussing the contractual aspects of providing our services, we will only contact adults.

What does the personal data we use mean

The personal data we use in our business is, in short, any information that relates to you as a natural person by which you can be identified. Personal data consists of ordinary information about you (e.g. a person’s name or address) as well as information of a sensitive nature about an individual that requires some care when used, e.g. information about your health.

We use different types of your personal data depending on our relationship and what we have to do. This data includes identification data, contact data, financial and transaction data, vacation data and your relationships. personal data, images and video recordings of you, technical and electronic identification data, your profile data. social media, our website usage data or marketing and communication data.

General information that does not link to a specific person is not personal data.

How we use your personal data

In general, we seek to do our work using as little information about you as possible. This means, for example, that we will only ask you for the information we consider necessary to organise the holidays you want.

We only use your personal data if we have a justification in accordance with data protection legislation. For our business, these are your consent, the performance of a contract with you or our legitimate interests, e.g. to carry out our business, or finally our legal obligations.

The use of personal data is referred to as data processing in data protection law. Data processing activities are different and include e.g. obtaining data and information from you or other persons. Once we receive data, we record it in our systems in a structured way, based on criteria that help us to use it. If you send us changes to your data, we record the new ones and delete the old ones, most of the time. Our activities in which we use your information also involve accessing our databases and, in some cases, transmitting your data to third parties who support our work.

We use your contact details to communicate with you in general. Our communication includes telephone discussions and the exchange of electronic correspondence, including via the contact form on our website or via our social media pages. All electronic correspondence you send to us using our email addresses or the contact form on our website is directed to email accounts on the sailonsea.com domain, to which only our staff have access.

It is part of our service to understand our customers to provide them with the best service. For this reason, we ask for personal information about your needs, preferences and expectations, along with other personal information (age, occupation, experience, etc.). We do not share this information with others, because we understand that it is very private.

When we are in contact with you in your professional capacity, we will only use your professional data for the purpose of maintaining a professional relationship with you or your employer, as well as for billing our services or for various transactions.

With your consent, we will publish some information about you, e.g. pictures of you, or people you represent (e.g. your children), from a holiday we organise. By publishing we mainly mean uploading images and videos of you on our website or social media pages.

We can also use your data. for marketing purposes; this involves us contacting you if it appears to us that you may be interested in something we can offer you, usually if you have given us your consent to do so and giving us the opportunity to opt out of receiving communications from us.

We usually use the data you provide. When you visit our website or our social media pages, you can write to us using our contact forms or social media messaging, or contact us using our phone numbers. You choose what data and information you make available to us in this way. But there are also situations where we automatically collect information about you. Thus, our website and social media pages retain certain electronically identifiable information about you. and the visit you make to us, such as the IP address and equipment you use, by simply accessing our website or social media pages.

It is important that the data and information you provide us with is real and current. If you notice, in our communications, that some data and information that relates to you or other persons whose data you submit to us is not up to date, please correct that data and information. We may not be able to provide certain services if the data we have is not accurate and up-to-date. We assume no liability for any loss, delay or generally lack or non-delivery of services resulting from the transmission of incorrect data and information you submit to us.

Our staff has access to your data and information. only for the performance of our work and only when necessary. Our employees and collaborators are committed to respecting the complete confidentiality of your data and information. When we grant access to your data and information. service providers, we do so under the condition that they maintain confidentiality.

We store your data and information. for as long as we need them, according to applicable legal requirements. If you send us documents and information that we do not request or use (e.g., because your request is for services we do not provide), we will delete that data and information as soon as we clarify that we cannot use it, including at your request.

We do not carry out operations where we automatically make decisions about you. However, when you interact with our website, we do collect some information about you and the equipment you use, which is used in automated processes to ensure website security, for example. You can learn more about these processes from this Privacy Policy or from our Cookie Policy available on our website.

Objectives of this Privacy Policy

You will find below in this document the information required by applicable law on how we use your personal data. We have detailed the purposes and grounds for processing the data, as well as how long we need your data or who may receive your data from us, in what situations and for what reasons. In this Privacy Policy you will also find information about your rights under the law in relation to how we use your data.

This Privacy Policy is drawn up in accordance with data protection legislation.

This Privacy Policy is supplemented by our Cookie Policy and any other forms, notices or documents generally applicable to our relationship. The Privacy Policy will take precedence over applicable contractual documents between us and you. in relation to data protection matters, unless otherwise provided for in these.

When and why we use your data personal

If you are a client or beneficiary of our services

We use our customers’ data and information for the purposes described below:

Purpose of processing

Legal bases

Categories of data we use

Recipients of your data.

Preparing personalised offers for you, requesting personal information, establishing group compatibility and the characteristics of our offers, communicating offers

Your consent

Our legitimate interests in organising successful holidays for you.

Identification data

Date of contact

Personal information (date of birth, needs, preferences, habits, expectations, occupation, loyalty card information for certain providers (airlines, hotels), etc.).

Health data (allergies, health status)

Citizenship, residence, immigration status information

Management of our contractual relationship, assistance before and during your holiday.

Performance of the service contract between us and you.

Identification data

Contact details (including emergency contact details)

Copies of identity documents (ID card, passport)

National identification numbers

Third party data

Nationality

Public authorities

Our service providers (hotels, airlines, travel agencies, car rental agencies, transfer companies, etc.)

Promoting our holidays and services

Your consent

Pictures, videos

Identification data

Social networks

Marketing and communication service providers (websites, media, Google Ads)

Organisation of boat trips (preparation and transmission of
crew list
-of flights and accommodation

Performance of the service contract between us and you.

Legal obligations

Identification data

Copies of identity documents

National identification numbers

Health data (Covid-19 tests, information on vaccination status, vaccination certificates)

Service providers (hotels, airlines, travel agencies)

Public authorities (e.g. police, border, port, etc.)

Ensuring your safety and security according to our safety and security procedures

Performance of the service contract between us and you.

Our legitimate interests in ensuring that you enjoy your desired holiday safely

Your consent

Identification data

Signature

Health data (your general health)

Information about your experience

Service providers

Billing for our services

Performance of the service contract between us and you.

Identification data

Financial data (IBAN code, bank, bank card details)

National identification numbers

Banks, payment service processors

Public authorities

Transmission of news and communications (
newsletter
)

Your consent

Contact details (name, email address, phone)

Conduct surveys and solicit feedback on our services

Your consent

Date of contact

Identification data

Information you include in the responses and feedback you give us

IT/online service providers (e.g. Google)

Internal statistical analysis

Our legitimate interests in determining, e.g., who the target audience for our services is, where you learned about our services

General data (age, gender, occupation, etc.)

Service providers (e.g. Google)

If you are a representative or employee of our partners and service providers

We use data and information that relates to you, as representatives of our legal entity business partners (including our service providers), for the purposes described below:

Purpose of processing

Legal bases

Categories of data we use

Recipients of your data.

The use of our partners’ representatives’ data for the conclusion and fulfilment of our contracts with them, the transmission of orders, the issuing of invoices

Our legitimate interests to conclude and execute contracts with our legal entity partners

Professional identification data (name, function, position, telephone, professional addresses, titles)

Signature

Identification data

Payment service providers

Accounting service providers

Public authorities

Communicating with our business partners

Our legitimate interests in communicating with our corporate partners

Professional identification data

If you are a business partner or service provider of our natural person

We use your data, as our partner or service provider, including (without limitation) staff on the boats we use for the holidays we organise, for the following purposes:

Purpose of processing

Legal bases

Categories of data we use

Recipients of your data.

The use of our partners’ and suppliers’ data for the conclusion and performance of our contracts with them

Conclusion and execution of our contracts with our partners or suppliers who are individuals

Identification data

Professional identification data

Signature

National identification numbers

Billing dates

Financial identification data

Payment service providers

Accounting service providers

Public authorities

Communicating with our partners and suppliers, solving your requests.

Our legitimate interests in communicating with our partners and suppliers individuals and in dealing with your requests.

Your consent

Performance of the contract with you.

Identification data

Date of contact

Professional identification data

If you use our website
and our social media pages

When you visit our website or our social media pages, we use data and information about you. for the purposes described below:

Purpose of processing

Legal bases

Categories of data we use

Recipients of your data.

Ensuring the proper functioning of our website, improving its content, preventing and dealing with website malfunctions, ensuring its security (including keeping log files on access to our website)

Our legitimate interests in ensuring the proper functioning and security of our website (e.g. through necessary/essential cookies), as well as improving the user experience of our website

Your consent for the use of certain cookies and similar technologies

Electronic identification data (IP addresses of the devices used to access our website, date and time of accessing the website, equipment used by you. for accessing the website (including information about the operating system used), browser used to access the website, visit history, date and time of visits, information about where you are when you access our website, information about the files/information accessed, type and amount of data transferred, information about the websites from which our website is accessed)

IT and security service providers

Communicating with you. via our website contact form, our website messaging service and our social media pages

Our legitimate interests in communicating with potential customers or their representatives

Preparing the conclusion and execution of the service contract between us and you.

Your consent for the use of messaging service cookies

Identification data

Date of contact

Other information that you send us via the contact form on our website

Our electronic communication service providers (e.g. Facebook Messenger)

Analysing your behaviour on our website through cookies, in general

Your consent

Electronic identification data

Information on your actions on our website

IT service providers (e.g. Google)

Ensuring our presence on social networks and communicating with you. therewith

Your consent as regards your information. about our offers, services and activities and posting photos, videos or references to you.

Our legitimate interest in interacting with users of our social networking pages and accessing statistical data about the use of our pages

Taking steps prior to concluding a contract and/or executing a contract

Social network user profile data (name, preferences, other social network user profile data)

Pictures, videos

Other data included in comments and requests

Data on our interaction on social networks

Includes social network operators, social network users

Identify the sites and platforms from which you were directed to our website

Our legitimate interests in determining which promotional channels we use work and in honouring our contractual obligations to them

Your consent for the use of certain cookies

Electronic identification data

Information about the sites and platforms from which you access our website

Website owners (to whom we transmit only anonymous data)

IT service providers

Providing advertising and publicity for our services tailored to you. (on our website and other websites)

Your consent when accessing our website

Electronic identification data

Traffic data on our website and other websites you visit

IT service providers (e.g. Google Ads)

Managing cookies and content on our website

Our legitimate interests in providing safe and useful content through our website

Your consent

Electronic identification data

Information on your actions on our website

Cookie management service providers

Access to and use of third party services available on our website (YouTube, social networks) and our social media accounts

Your consent

Our legitimate interests in providing safe and useful content on our website and interacting with our users through social networks

Electronic identification data

Information on your actions on our website

Information you share with us when you interact with us through our website or social media pages

IT service providers (e.g. Google, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Linked’IN, Whats’App)

You will be able to find more details about how we use traffic data on our website, including the retention and use of your data, in our website’s Cookie Policy.

If you represent a public authority

We may use data and information about you. for the following purposes:

Purpose of processing

Legal bases

Categories of data we use

Recipients of your data.

Fulfilling our legal obligations in general (e.g. responding to requests from authorities, keeping records required by law, etc.).

Fulfilling our legal obligations

Professional identification data

Our service providers

If you fall into any of the above categories, and in any other situations where you interact with us

When you use our services, we will use data and information that relates to you. and for the purposes described below:

Purpose of processing

Legal bases

Categories of data we use

Recipients of your data.

Archiving documents generated in our work

Our legal obligations to archive documents

All the data you give us when entering into a contractual relationship

Public authorities

Internal administration, accounting and financial management

Our legal obligations

Data relating to our contractual relationship (e.g. billing data)

Public authorities

Complying with our legal obligations to transmit data and information to public authorities

Our legal obligations to respond to requests from authorities

Your data and information we hold as a result of our relationship (subject to the proviso that we will only pass on to the authorities data and information for which the authorities have a legal basis to request it)

Public authorities

Defending our interests and rights in relation to you. and with third parties, ensuring the security of our business

Our legitimate interests in protecting our interests, rights and work

All data you provide to us in the course of our relationship

Public authorities

Lawyers, consultants, experts

Third parties

Handling your requests and complaints.

Our legal obligations to enforce your rights.

Performance of the service contract between us and you.

Our legitimate interests in maintaining our relationship with you.

All the data you provide to us for our relationship

Lawyers, consultants, experts

Carrying out transactions or other operations

Our legitimate interests in carrying out those transactions or operations

Our legal obligations

Details of our relationship

Potential purchasers and their consultants

Public authorities

How you give and withdraw your consent to the use of your data.

You can withdraw your consent to our use of your data at any time. We will no longer use your data from the moment we become aware of your withdrawal of consent. Please note, however, that we will not be able to resume and change our activities carried out prior to the withdrawal of your consent, which will remain in force. However, we will be able to comply with any request for deletion of data, images and records, if you so wish.

You will be able to withdraw your consent to the use of your data and information. by writing to us at hello@sailonsea.com. In the case of our regular communications about our activity(newsletter), to withdraw your consent, simply use the “unsubscribe” or “unsubscribe” option in our communications. If we need any clarification from you in order to operate the withdrawal of your consent, we will ask for it at that time.

How we use the data of people with whom we are not in direct contact

When you give us the details of a person with whom we do not have a direct relationship, e.g. when you give us the details of a member of your family to arrange a holiday, we expect that you are representing that person (e.g. as a parent or spouse, or proxy) and that you have informed them that you are going to give us information about them in connection with arranging a holiday, and that they have no objection.

In these situations, you will be required to forward this Privacy Policy to those whose data you are transmitting to us or to indicate to those persons that they may become aware of the contents of this Privacy Policy on our website. We will consider it sufficient, for the purposes of informing those persons of our Privacy Policy, that we make our Privacy Policy public on our website and accessible to any interested person.

When we interact with our business partners, we may receive from their representatives the details of other employees or their representatives. We expect, in this case, that all individuals whose business data is submitted to us have access to this Privacy Policy to understand how we use their business data and information.

If we obtain your data from people other than you, we will pass on our Privacy Policy to you at the first direct communication with you. We will not ask for your consent to allow us to use your personal data without ensuring that you have received this Privacy Policy.

How long do we keep your information and data?

We retain and use your data only for as long as it is necessary for us to carry out our activities, i.e. after the termination of our relationship for up to 3 years (unless other specific retention periods are provided by law, below in this section or in other documents and forms applicable to our relationship).

In some cases, we are required by law to retain certain information and data about you for legal retention periods, which are generally established for archiving and record-keeping purposes; e.g., 5 and 10 year retention periods for financial and accounting documentation (which applies to financial documents related to your purchase of vacation packages offered by us).

When we receive unsolicited data from you, or data that we do not need, e.g. when you request services that we cannot provide, we will delete that data once we determine that we do not need it, but no later than 3 months from the date of receipt.

We may need to retain some data and information about you to support and protect our own interests, but we will not do so for more than 3 years after we cease to have a relationship with you.

Where we rely on your consent to use your data, e.g. for the publication of images and recordings of you, we will retain the data and the processing carried out until you withdraw your consent or ask us to delete it, in principle. We may, however, delete images and recordings of you before you withdraw your consent or ask us to delete them, for our own reasons.

We will keep your health data, e.g. your health records or your Covid-19 vaccination status, for as long as it is necessary for us to use them for the organisation of your holiday, after which we will delete them from our records.

We keep the contact details of our customer representatives, partners and service providers for up to 3 years after termination of our relationship.

We keep your data. collected through cookies on our website in accordance with our Cookie Policy

To whom we pass on your data

We transmit your data only to persons and entities that support us in our work and that provide sufficient guarantees as to how they handle the data and information we make available to them. We have included, in the tables in section (When and why we use your data. personal) above, information on the categories of service providers to whom we may share your data. We do not generally sell your data. We do not make your data available to anyone for activities unrelated to us and our services.

We pass on information received from you to partners and service providers for the organisation of your holidays, in which case they are usually independent data controllers. These partners and service providers include hotels, boat owners, travel agents, airline companies, car rental or shuttle companies, as well as various authorities in the countries where the holidays are being taken (such as port, border, police authorities), in order to provide all the services you need for your holiday. These suppliers will in turn use the data received from us to perform the services contracted by us, while the authorities will use your data to perform their legal prerogatives. These service providers, as well as all of the aforementioned public authorities, use your data and information received from us in accordance with their own interests, according to their own information notices that they may provide to you and under their sole responsibility.

We may transmit or give access to your data. and our other regular service providers, which include service providers for our website (e.g. the provider of our website’s user agreement management platform), communication service providers (for the transmission of newsletters), our IT service providers (e.g. programming or data hosting) and other online service providers, including marketing, or our consultants and contributors, as well as photographers, journalists and influencers on social networks. We transmit your data to providers that we consider trustworthy and subject to certain confidentiality obligations regarding your data that we have undertaken to ourselves. The work of these suppliers remains our responsibility as long as their work is carried out solely for our benefit and on our instructions, i.e. they are our agents. Where these third parties use your data obtained from us, including through our website, for their own purposes, these providers act as data controllers and are fully and solely responsible for the use of your data. You can learn more about how these vendors use your data for their own purposes from their privacy policies; see also our website’s Cookie Policy.

We may pass on some data and information about you for promotional purposes to various media organisations or journalists and influencers, or share it on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIN, subject to your consent. express or legitimate interest in publicising our work, as the case may be. See more about the use of your data. by social network operators in the section(Social networks and other online service providers) below.

We may also transmit various documents that include your data. to public authorities at their request (e.g. courts, police, port, border authorities, etc.) based on our legal obligations in this regard.

In order to provide you with content of interest to you, we have included images and videos on our website provided by or through online service providers or social networks (e.g. Facebook or YouTube). When you access our website or certain services available on it (e.g. YouTube videos or social networking buttons), your information is collected by these service providers, who use it according to their needs and purposes, as data controllers and at their sole responsibility. See more about the use of your information by social networks and other third parties in the section (Social networks and other online service providers) below and in our cookie policy

If you opt for holidays outside the European Economic Area, we will pass on your details to our business partners in the destination countries. Our business partners include hotels and other accommodation providers, airlines, local travel agencies, boat rental companies, etc. We cannot exclude that it may also be necessary for us or our suppliers to transmit your data to public authorities in those countries. We will make such transfers, in each case, on the basis of your consent, subject to compliance with applicable legal requirements.

Other than in the above case, we do not transmit data and information that relates to you. outside the European Economic Area. However, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that some of the data posted on our Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIN or YouTube pages, or on Google, as well as information about your visits to our website, may not be accurate. on our website, may be transferred by the operators of the social networks mentioned above outside the European Economic Area, according to the organisation of the activities of these operators and under their sole responsibility, according to the details available in the data processing policies of these companies, which you can consult at the links indicated in the section (Social networks and other online service providers).

Social networks, other online service providers and online technical tools

We use social networks and various online and electronic communication service providers in our business to conduct our business and improve and optimize the visibility of our website and our services. We also use online services of third party providers as well as various technical tools. In each case, your data is used, both by us and by our suppliers and social network operators. See more about these in our Cookie Policy.

We have integrated into our website certain components of social network operators where we have opened and operate accounts associated with our website. They serve certain purposes we pursue in connection with our website and services, including providing a direct connection between our website and our social media pages, where we interact directly with our users, include our service offerings, and share diverse and varied content about our services and vacation experiences that may be useful to you. We also aim to use these social networking components for purposes such as providing content of interest on our website, facilitating the sharing of our website content on users’ social networking pages, or monitoring traffic on our website and social networking pages (including through access to statistical data compiled by social networks on visits to our website). Under the applicable data protection rules, we are associated operators with social network operators, in general, for the statistical purposes we track in connection with our pages on those social networks (for which your traffic data on our website is also used) – see the applicable associated operator agreements between us and social network operators below in this section. However, it is not generally excluded that social networks use your data. obtained through our website or our social media pages for their own purposes in accordance with their privacy and data use policies. For questions related to social network activity with your data. it is necessary to write to them directly, according to their privacy policies indicated below in this section. See more in our Cookie Policy.

We use Facebook plugins on our website, identified by the Facebook logo or by reference to the possibility to redirect to our Facebook page in the messaging service we use on the website. If you access our website while logged into your account. Facebook on the browser you are using, Facebook may receive some of your data. related to the use of our website, which will be associated with your data. of using your account. Facebook. If you don’t have a Facebook account or it is not enabled in the browser you are using, Facebook will only retrieve some traffic data that relates to you. (e.g., IP address associated with your equipment), which it uses primarily for statistical purposes.

We also use LinkedIN components on our website, identified by the LinkedIN logo. When you access our website, if you are logged in to your page LinkedIN in the browser you use to access our website, LinkedIN obtains through its plugin on our website information about the website from which you accessed our website and the one you access after leaving our website, the date and duration of your visit to our website, information about your network and equipment. (e.g. IP address, cookie data, etc.) or your location. (if you are using your mobile phone and it has location tracking enabled). If you do not have a LinkedIN account or it is not enabled in the browser you are using, LinkedIN accesses and uses your data. for statistical purposes.

On our website we also use the Instagram plugin, identified by the Instagram logo. When you access our website, if you are logged in to your page Instagram in the browser you use, Instagram gets information about you. (your IP address, your equipment and network, cookies on your equipment, etc.) and how you interacted with our website. Instagram may make some of your data available. and to Facebook (i.e. Meta), with which it is affiliated. If you do not have an Instagram account or it is not enabled in the browser you are using, Instagram will only retrieve some traffic data that relates to you. (e.g., IP address associated with your equipment), which it uses primarily for statistical purposes.

Below we provide links to the privacy policies of the social networks we use so you can see how they use your data. collected when you visit our website, where you will also have access to the contact details of social network operators:

– Facebook:

o Privacy Policy: https://www.facebook.com/policy.php

o Cookie policy: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/

o Associate Operator Agreement between us and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/legal/controller_addendum

o Information about how Facebook displays ads outside the social network: https://www.facebook.com/help/119468292028768?ref=shareable

– LinkedIn:

o Privacy Policy: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy

o Cookie policy: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy

o Operator Partner Agreement between us and LinkedIN: https://legal.linkedin.com/pages-joint-controller-addendum

– Instagram:

o Privacy Policy: https://help.instagram.com/519522125107875

o Cookie policy: https://help.instagram.com/1896641480634370?ref=ig

For communication with you. Through our website we use the Messenger messaging service of Meta (the name of the social network operator Facebook), integrated into our website. You can contact us through this service if you are logged into your account. Facebook (i.e. Messenger) on the browser or mobile device you are using. The messages you send to us through the messaging service on our website are associated with your account. Facebook, and the data you include. in these messages are used by Facebook for its own purposes as a data controller in accordance with its privacy policy (see link to it above in this section). You cannot use the messaging service on our website if you are not connected to Facebook.

We have included YouTube content on our website for purposes such as providing content of interest to our website users, such as recordings of our holiday experiences and other promotional video content, and providing a direct link from our website to our YouTube page, where you can see all of our videos on the platform. YouTube is a platform that allows the playback of audio and video files, which are embedded on our website in a distinctive way. If you access certain pages of our website and access YouTube content, the YouTube content delivery platform on our website will connect with YouTube to retrieve and deliver the content you have searched for. If, when accessing our website, you consent to the use of cookies (other than essential/necessary cookies), your data is also transmitted to YouTube in this process. of use of our website, which uses them as a data controller for its own purposes, in accordance with the privacy policy applicable to YouTube services (available here). We are not responsible for how YouTube uses your data.

Our website includes tools from third-party online service providers, such as Google Analytics or other providers of cookies and similar technologies. They serve certain purposes that we pursue in connection with our website, such as monitoring traffic to improve our website, determining the number of visitors to certain sections of our website or providing advertisements and publicity for our services. Through these tools we obtain aggregate information about visitors to our website, which we use for the purposes indicated above; it is not our intention to collect information that directly identifies you through these tools. However, it is possible that, through these components, third party operators may collect information about you. to use for their own purposes (Google’s privacy policy is available here: https://policies.google.com/privacy). In any case, you can block these tools either through your browser settings or through the settings of your browser. Internet and through our platform for managing your agreements. for cookies. For more details on this, see also our website’s Cookie Policy. We are not responsible for how these operators use your data. retrieved through our website when pursuing their own purposes.

We use online documents created through Google Docs to solicit your feedback and conduct surveys about our services, which we email to you. If you wish to respond to these requests, you will sign in to Google Drive/Google Docs, which means Google will receive your data. on its servers, using them in accordance with its own privacy policy (available here: https://policies.google.com/privacy). See more details about your data privacy. to using Google Drive/ Google Docs here: https://support.google.com/docs/answer/10381817?hl=en. You can disable Google’s ad personalisation features here: https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated.

Our website uses Google Fonts, provided by Google, in our legitimate interest to improve your experience. on our website by displaying the characters used in the text on the website uniformly regardless of the hardware, operating system, browser or network you are using when accessing our website. When you access our website, your browser will loads Google fonts, and to do this it connects to Google’s servers, to which it sends certain data about you. (such as your IP address). Google may use your data. received in connection with your use of Google Fonts in accordance with its privacy policy, available here: https://policies.google.com/privacy. You can set your browser do not accept web fonts, in which case your computer will use a standard font to display the content of our website, but this may affect your experience. of using our website.

We can initiate campaigns to promote our services and therefore our website through Google Ads. When we do this, Google uses data it already holds about you to serve you advertising for our services when you allow it to serve you personalised content. For example, Google will do this when you search the internet for services such as those we offer. Even in this case, we do not receive any information from Google that relates to you, i.e. you are always in control of the data you make available to Google and your decisions to contact us or generally to follow up on our offers. Google obtains your data in most cases separately from us and uses it in accordance with its privacy policy (available here: https://policies.google.com/privacy); Google also owns and has full control over the tools by which it associates advertising for our services with your data. You can disable Google’s ad personalisation features here: https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated.

How we protect your data

We are committed to taking all reasonable and appropriate steps to protect the personal information we hold generally from misuse, loss or unauthorized access. We do this by having in place a number of appropriate technical and organisational measures, such as (without limitation) limiting data access to our staff, single user authentication and individual confidential password, use of secure VPN technology for remote connection to our networks and systems, firewall and up-to-date anti-virus software. We also have in place prompt response measures in the event of any suspected breach of the security of the data we use in our business. We have also put in place physical security measures for our premises and the locations where we operate.

We use secure servers with high standards, located in the European Union. We createback-up copies of the data we use on a daily basis and keep these copies for up to 90 days.

We encourage you to keep your own personal data and the equipment you use to browse the Internet secure, e.g. by using up-to-date anti-virus software or accessing safe online resources. Do not provide your data to unknown persons. If you are contacted by someone claiming to be acting on our behalf, let us know.

If you suspect any misuse or loss or unauthorised access to your information. personal, please notify us immediately at hello@sailonsea.com.

What rights do you have in relation to your data? we use in our work

Under the law, you have several rights related to how we use your data. personal data, which we present below.

To exercise these rights, simply write to us at hello@sailonsea.com, indicate how we can help you and which right you wish to exercise. We will also need a copy of a document that we can use to ensure that you are the person who can exercise that right – e.g. an ID card or any other document or image that would allow us to identify you and ensure that we do not pass on your data to anyone other than those who are entitled to receive it from us. If you are writing to us on behalf of someone else, we will need proof of your identity and that of the person you are representing, as well as proof of your powers of representation.

Your rights under data protection legislation are listed below:

Right of access to your data. we use in our work

You can obtain confirmation from us that we use your personal data, or that of persons you represent (such as your children), as well as information about our activity in relation to your data, such as: purpose, categories of personal data processed, recipients of the data, period for which the data is kept, existence of the right of rectification, erasure or restriction of processing. By exercising this right you will receive a copy of the personal data used by us free of charge, as well as, for a fee, any additional copies thereof.

The right to rectify your data.

You can ask us to change your data. personal data that you know to be incorrect or, where appropriate, to complete incomplete data.

The right to have your data deleted

You can request the deletion of your data. personal data when:

  • they are no longer needed for the purposes for which we obtained and process them; or
  • you have withdrawn your consent to the processing of personal data and we can no longer use it on other legal grounds; or
  • we used your data. in a manner contrary to law; or, finally,
  • when we are obliged to delete your data. according to the applicable laws, and we did not do it on our own initiative.

The right to withdraw your consent to the use of your data.

You may withdraw your consent to our use of your data at any time. Please note that in this case, however, we will not be able to discontinue or revoke some of our activities in which we have used your data. before you withdraw your consent. In the case of images or recordings posted on our website or social media pages, deleting them will mean that we will only delete them from our website and social media pages and ask third parties to whom we have submitted those images or recordings to delete them. Unfortunately, we will not be able to ensure the deletion of images and recordings from websites or web pages of third parties who have taken them from our websites or pages without our knowledge.

The right to object to the use of your data.

If you do not agree with the way we use your data, you can object to our data processing at any time when it is based on our legitimate interest, for reasons relating to your specific situation. For details of the processing we carry out in our legitimate interest, please see the paragraph that applies to you in the section above.

The right to restrict how we use your data.

You can ask us to restrict the processing of your data. personal data if:

  • dispute the accuracy of your data. personal data for a period that allows us to verify the accuracy of the data concerned;
  • processing is illegal and you. object to the deletion of personal data and request instead that their use be restricted;
  • we no longer need the data, but you. you ask us for them for a court action; respectively
  • if you have objected to the processing, for the period of time during which we check whether our legitimate rights (as data controller) prevail over your rights. as the data subject.

Right to data portability

You can ask us, under the conditions of the law, to provide you with your data. personal data we have received from you or a third party. In this case, we will provide you with the requested data in a structured, frequently used and machine-readable form. Also, if you specifically request us to do so, we can forward your data to us. personal data to other entities, if technically possible. You will only be able to exercise your right to portability if:

  • our processing is carried out by automated means; and
  • processing is carried out on the basis of your consent. or to execute a contract with you.

The right not to be subject to automated individual decision-making, including profiling

Please note that you have this right, but also that we do not carry out such processing of your data. If we do so in the future, we will inform you by updating this privacy policy.

The right to lodge a complaint with the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing

We hope that if you have any complaints or questions about how we use your data, you will contact us at hello@sailonsea.com; we are committed to taking steps to respond to your requests and to remedy any issues with which you disagree.

To the extent that we do not respond to your requests to your satisfaction, or you believe that we have violated your rights, you may lodge a complaint with the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing.

How can you contact us about your data? we use

To contact us for information on how we use your data. or to exercise one or more of the rights indicated in this Privacy Policy, please contact us by e-mail at hello@sailonsea.com or by mail at our address.

Cookie Policy

General information

This Cookies Policy was drawn up by OnSea Yachting SRL, as a data operator, regarding the cookie modules placed through the website www.sailonsea.com, operated by OnSea Yachting SRL.

ONSEA YACHTING SRL (“Sail OnSea”), a company registered in Romania. The registration number of our company is J03/227/2023 and our registered office is in Strada Emil Racoviță 37B, Pitesti municipality, Argeș county.

With this statement we want to inform users of our website about the use of cookies through our website, as well as about the data processing activities carried out by these cookies. In this document, by cookies we mean cookies and other similar technologies controlled by us or placed on our Site by third parties with whom we collaborate, as set out in this statement. We assume no responsibility for other cookies that may collect data about users of our Site but are not set through our Site.

What are cookies

A cookie is a simple, small file made up of letters and numbers that is sent along with our website pages and stored by your browser. in your computer. or any other device you use to browse our Site. Cookies are used to make it easier for you to navigate the websites you visit, but they do not have access to the data stored on your equipment. If you return to our Site at a later time, we or third parties who control cookies on our Site may have access to the information stored in the modules installed on your equipment.

Cookies themselves do not require personal data to function and, in most cases, the information collected through cookies does not identify Internet users. The following types of information may be collected using cookies: IP address, geographic location data, data on the operating system used by your device, various data on the devices you use to browse the Internet, information on visits to our site (e.g., number of visits, time spent on the site, dates and times of visits, how you access the Site, your behavior on our site), various traffic data.

Depending on their duration, cookies are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies have a storage duration limited to the duration of a user’s visit to a website. When you log out or close your browser, the stored information is deleted. Persistent cookies are stored on a user’s device for a variable period of time, longer than the duration of a website session, and are not deleted when the session or browser is closed, but after a specific duration has expired, as indicated in this statement. We have indicated in this statement the retention periods for your data. obtained through the cookies installed by our website.

Why we use cookies

We use cookies for several purposes, which include:

  • preserving your preferences. your browsing preferences on our Site (e.g., preferences for cookies placed by our Site, your preferred language, your searches, etc.) to apply to your visits. subsequent;
  • communicating with you. through our Website;
  • obtaining information on how you use our Site pages in order to provide you with better information through our Site, tailored to your needs, and to improve your experience. on our Website;
  • improve our efforts to promote our services and our Site to you;
  • the operation of the various applications and modules integrated into our Site, for an optimal browsing experience on our Site and for its improvement;
  • ensuring the security of our Website and preventing or remedying its malfunction.

Your consent

We use several categories of cookies on our Site, some of which require your consent by law. in order to be installed and to function. Cookies are not mandatory for you (except those necessary for the operation of the Site), but failure to install some of them may affect the functions of our Site or your experience. browsing on our Site.

By law, we must inform you what these cookies are and allow you to consent to their use by installing them on your equipment. In order to obtain your consent, we use a pop-up window that appears when you open our Site, which provides you with the necessary information about the cookies we use and this Cookie Policy and asks you to consent to the installation of the cookies we use. You can use the controls in this window to manage according to your wishes the operation of each category of cookies on our Site that require your consent to operate.

The placement of cookies does not require your consent, according to the law. Cookies necessary for the operation of our Site will operate directly, without your consent, to enable us to provide you with access to our Site under normal conditions of use. We do not pass on data collected through the necessary cookies to third parties (except to our service providers in connection with services performed for us).

You can also use your internet browser settings to disable the use of cookies on websites in general, as we show in the section (How to block or delete cookies installed on our Site) below. However, your browser settings may not be fully effective in managing the cookies used by our Site, e.g. blocking cookies necessary for the operation of our Site or other cookies that you agree to.

What types of cookies we use

A list of the cookies used on our Site is available in our Site’s user agreement management platform, which launches on the Site the first time you use it. The Platform can also be accessed on subsequent visits to our Site by clicking on the “Manage your cookie agreements” button. Cookies are classified by our service provider to manage the cookie agreements on our Site. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of its classifications.

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are essential for the functioning of our Site. These cookies facilitate the use of basic Site functions, e.g. page navigation, cookie preferences, transfer of data to social networking pages when you request it, optimisation of Site loading on your equipment (depending on the network used and the access location), data on the rendering or presentation of Site content, data on incidents and errors when accessing the Site, etc. Our Site cannot function properly without these cookies. We are permitted to place these cookies without your consent, in accordance with applicable law. These cookies do not store or transmit personally identifiable information or be used to track your browsing history.

Functional cookies

Functional cookies generally allow us to provide enhanced and personalized functionality to website users, e.g., remembering personal browsing preferences (language), running certain features of the Site, etc. By retaining your user preferences with these cookies, you do not need to enter the same information each time you access a website or certain pages within it. We do not use functional cookies on our Site, however, without your permission expressed through the controls in your agreement management platform (available when you first access our Site or by accessing the “Manage your cookie agreements” button available at the bottom right of the open page on your computer screen). We do not pass on data collected using functional cookies to third parties.

Analytical/statistical cookies

Analytics cookies are used by us or a third party to enable us to determine the number of users of the Site and to perform statistical analysis of the use of the Site. They help us to identify the most visited pages of the Site and to understand how users navigate the Site pages. To do this, analytics cookies analyse your behaviour. on our Site, with the ultimate goal of enabling us to adapt to users’ needs and improve the Site. Cookies of this type use data such as the type and version of the browser and operating system used, the page previously visited, the user’s IP address, the date and time of access to our Site, the ID of the individual user, the source of the link to our Site, and your behaviour. browsing on our Site. Your dates. are pseudonymised by assigning an individual user ID.

If you do not accept these cookies, we will not know when you have visited our Site and we will not be able to monitor the performance of the applications that use different areas of the platform, without this having any impact on your experience. browsing on our Site. However, we will not use analytics cookies without your permission. expressed through the controls in your agreement management platform. (available when you first access our Site or by clicking on the “Manage your cookie agreements” button.

Performance cookies

Performance cookies are generally used to understand and analyse the performance indicators of a website in the context of user usage, which helps to ensure a good website experience. These cookies collect data on how a website is used by its users, which pages are visited most or whether errors are generated on certain pages. These cookies transmit data about how users use a website, which includes the IP address and various other data about a user’s equipment and network.

Marketing/segmentation cookies

These cookies may be set through our Site by us or by our advertising partners. They are used to analyse your web browsing habits and interests in order to provide you with personalised advertising (on our Site or on other websites you visit), inter alia by building a profile of you based on your interests and to analyse the success of an advertising campaign. Your data used for these purposes is pseudonymised by assigning an individual user ID and anonymising the IP addresses you use when using our Site. If you do not accept these cookies, the advertising that will be displayed to you on websites will generally not take into account your interest in our Site.

Third-party cookies

Some of the features of our Site are offered through third party technologies. These third parties are service providers that we authorize to place cookies or similar technologies on our Site (hereinafter referred to as “third party cookies”) for storing information that relates to users of the Site when you install the features through which we offer the services of these providers (e.g., YouTube or Facebook). Some of these technologies may be activated, i.e. they will collect data about you. when launching the website you are accessing, if you give your consent, while others collect your data. only when you access a specific page or a specific service on a page. We assure you that these third parties must also comply with the applicable regulations in relation to data processing carried out through cookies. At the same time, third parties are fully and solely responsible for how they collect and use your data. that you collect through our Site.

Third-party cookies used on our Site are included in your agreement management platform. on our Site, available when you first access our Site or by clicking the “Manage your cookie agreements” button. You can identify the third parties in question by the domain placing the cookies, i.e. our cookies are placed by the domain www.sailonsea.com, while third party cookies are placed by other domains.

Third party service providers use these technologies to enable us to deliver the Site content to you while ensuring a high quality of your experience on the Site. Some of the providers may associate information that relates to you, which they obtain through the Platform, with other information that relates to you, which they hold or obtain from elsewhere. These providers do so in their own interests and for their own purposes, i.e. at their own risk. We are not responsible for any use of your data by these third party service providers. In general, the operation of cookies of these third party providers is subject to the respective privacy and cookie policies of these third party service providers, which we invite you to refer to if you deem necessary in their cookie descriptions indicated in your agreement management platform on our Site.

Social networking technologies

Our Site includes technologies from the operators of the social networks we use for our business, namely Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIN. We use these social networks to promote our Site’s web pages on social networks or to communicate with you through Facebook Messenger installed on our Site (when you are logged into your Facebook account when you access our Site). In general, social network technologies track your behavior on our Site and allow us to link your web browsing data with your data held by those social networks in order to build a profile of you that is used to send you advertising or personalized content. These technologies are cookies and similar tools that track your activity on our Site and other sites you visit, which may store and process certain information about you so that, for example, an advertisement customized for you based on, among other things, the content you access on our Site can be displayed to you on other sites you visit or on your pages on those social networks.

In general, social networks collect information about you. through cookies and other technologies placed through our Site for our intended purposes of sending advertisements for our Site to you. At the same time, social networks can use your data. and for other purposes. We are not responsible for data processing that social networks perform for such other purposes. To see how social networks use your data. personal information we obtain using cookies and similar technologies on our Site, please read the privacy statements of these networks (which may change regularly) by clicking on the links below. You can also find out more about the data processing we carry out via social media in our privacy policy, available on our website.

Facebook, LinkedIN and Instagram privacy statements and cookie policies are available at:

Web indicators and pixels

This Site uses web beacons or “pixel tags“. A web beacon is a graphic image, often transparent, usually no larger than 1 pixel x 1 pixel, placed on a website or in an email, that is used to monitor a user’s online behaviour when accessing a website or when accessing or sending an email with certain features.

Facebook’s web beacon is present on our Site and is used for the purpose of monitoring user activity on our Site and building user profiles in order to deliver personalized advertising to users. The information accessed by Facebook through the web beacon installed on our Site is used by Facebook acting as our associated operator; the agreement with Facebook is available here. Facebook uses the data obtained through the Facebook pixel within the European Union for the data processing purposes for which Facebook is a data controller associated with us. We do not exclude that Facebook may also use the data obtained through the Facebook pixel for its own purposes, according to its privacy policy and its cookie policy (see the links to these in the description of the Facebook pixel in your agreement management platform on our Website). We are not responsible for the use of your data. by Facebook for such other processing purposes. You can find further information on how to exercise your rights under data protection law vis-à-vis Facebook in Facebook’s privacy policy.

What rights do you have in relation to your data? we use

You have several rights in relation to how we use your personal data in connection with the operation of cookies on our Site. You will find details of your rights in our Privacy Policy, namely (i) the right of access; (ii) the right of rectification; (iii) the right of erasure; (iv) the right to withdraw your consent; (v) the right to object; (vi) the right of restriction; (vii) the right to portability; (viii) the right not to be subject to automated individual decision-making (including profiling); (ix) the right to lodge a complaint with the authorities.

As for the third party cookies on our Site, identified in the tables in the section(What types of cookies we use through this Site) you have the same rights as above, but towards the third parties who are responsible for the cookies placed on our Site. You will find details of these rights, and how you can exercise them, in the privacy policies of the third parties listed above.

How to block or delete cookies set through our website

You can change your preferences at any time. on cookies placed through our Site by clicking on the “Manage your cookie agreements” button.

You can easily delete cookies placed through our Site from the cookie folder of your browser. Internet. You can also set your browsers. Internet browser to block cookies or to send a warning notification before a cookie is stored on your equipment. You can find more information about cookies in your browser menu. Internet. When you block cookies, you can still use our Site, but this may affect your experience. of its use. It is also possible that interventions made through your browsers Internet browser may not be fully effective in managing cookies on our Site. If you delete the necessary cookies placed by our Site, they will be reinstalled on your equipment. on your next visit to our Website.

We have included below instructions for enabling and disabling cookies through several browsers generally available to internet users. For more information about these options, see the instructions in the Help section of the browsers you use.

Internet Edge:

  1. Select your browser’s settings menu and there select the Settings option.
  2. Select the Cookies and Site Permissions tab.
  3. Select the privacy option you want.

Chrome:

  1. Select your browser’s settings menu and there select the Settings option.
  2. Select Privacy and Security.
  3. Select the Cookies and other site data tab.
  4. Select the privacy option you want.

Firefox:

  1. Select your browser’s settings menu and there select the Settings option.
  2. Select the Privacy & Security tab and then select the Cookies and Site Data option.
  3. Select the privacy option you want.

Safari

  1. Select your browser’s settings menu and there select the Preferences option.
  2. Select the Privacy option.
  3. Select the privacy option you want.

Opera

  1. Select your browser’s settings menu and there select the Settings option.
  2. Select the Advanced option in the left-hand menu, then select the Privacy & Security option.
  3. Select the Site settings option.
  4. Select the Cookies and site data option.
  5. Select the privacy option you want.

For more details about cookies, you can visit www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.eu, which contain further information about your life. online.

Where the information collected through cookies can be sent

Data collected through cookies placed through our Site may be transmitted to our staff or our service providers.

Your dates. collected through the cookies we control are not transferred outside the European Union/European Economic Area. At the same time, please be aware that third parties who have installed cookies on our Site may transmit data collected through these cookies to countries within the European Union/European Economic Area or outside the European Union/European Economic Area, as described in the third party privacy statements set out above in the section (What types of cookies we use through this Site) above. The above privacy statements also contain information about appropriate or adequate safeguards and the means of obtaining a copy of them or how your data can be accessed.

Contact information

To contact us for information on how we use your data. or to exercise one or more of the rights set out in this Cookie Policy, please contact us by email at hello@sailonsea.com or by post at our address.

Data protection on our social networking pages

General information

ONSEA YACHTING SRL (“Sail OnSea”), a company registered in Romania, is responsible for the activities in which personal data is used, carried out through our social media pages, as described below. The registration number of our company is J03/227/2023 and our registered office is in Emil Racoviță Street 37B, Pitești municipality, Argeș county.

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Operators of social networks where we have open pages.

Under applicable law, we are associated with the operators of the social networks where we have open pages (as described below) in connection with certain activities carried out through them.

This information notice applies in relation to the following social media pages owned by OnSea Yachting SRL:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnSeaTravel/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onseatravel/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnseaSail

LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/76941256/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzH_ROe2S8uRK9NelOUECzw

This Information Notice is primarily for people who come into contact with us or follow us through our Social Media Pages. The Information Notice is supplemented by the provisions of our Privacy Policy, available above. The current Information Notice is made available to you in consideration of the information requirements laid down in Article 13 of Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.

Our activities of using your data through our social media pages

When you interact with us through our social media pages, we use your data. for the purpose of ensuring our social media presence, as also indicated in our Privacy Policy available above.

Ensuring our presence on social networks and communicating with you.

We ensure our presence on social networks for the transmission of content on our tourism activities. We do this by informing you about our offers, our holiday packages, our services, as well as by providing you with information about our customers’ experiences on our holidays, which may consist of photos, videos, your impressions and feedback. We also keep you up to date with news about our work through our social media pages.

We may run campaigns to promote our activities on our Social Media Pages. As a result of promoting the content of our Pages, they may become visible to you. even if you don’t follow our Pages. But it’s your choice. if you would like to engage in a discussion with us.

An important part of our work on the Social Networking Pages is communicating with you. We do this by responding to your comments, feedback, suggestions and proposals, as well as criticism or praise you send us in the shared space on our Social Networking Pages. We also communicate with you through private messages exchanged via social networks when you contact us in this way. We will respond to communications received from DVs. based on information received from you. However, we ask that you only send us information that relates to you via private messages through social networks or using our addresses indicated at the beginning of this Notice, especially if it is information that may be sensitive to you (e.g., your personal address, information about diets or health conditions, contact information, identifying information, information about certain experiences with us, etc.).

When you follow our activity on our Social Media Pages, we often have access to your own pages and all of your profile information, activities, photos, records and, in some cases, your contact list. We want to assure you that we only use this information for purposes of getting to know you better and only in the event that you wish to purchase services from us (see also our Privacy Policy above).

Through our social networking pages you can also share your own. photos, videos, impressions, comments, either by posting directly on our Pages or by posting on your pages. or on other public pages referring to us (including by identifying our Social Networking Pages).

We reserve the right to moderate or even delete content that you make public through our Social Media Pages; we will do so, in particular, in the case of posts or comments that infringe the rights of others and in particular children, as well as content that instigates hatred, has sexual or defamatory overtones, or may otherwise infringe the rights of others (including, without limitation, personal or copyright rights). We may also delete your posts or comments at the request of others, e.g., when you post photos or videos of people on our Social Media Pages that you do not want made public.

We can also distribute your content. through our Social Networking Pages; we will do this when we have a pre-existing relationship with you. (e.g., you have purchased our services, follow our Pages, comment on our posts, etc.) and/or when we believe that the distribution of your content is not appropriate. is related to our work.

You can set up your social media accounts to your liking, the level of exposure you want for the content you make public, as well as your social media interests and permissions, e.g. advertising. However, if you post content on our Social Media Pages, it may become visible to all of our followers.

We use, through our Facebook Page, the Page Insights feature to learn statistical information about the users of our Page. This information is useful for us to improve our marketing activities and our presence on our Facebook Page and in general. We may learn information about users and their behavior when they use our Facebook Page so that we can learn what information interests them and decide on the content of our Page. For example, through Page Insights we can learn about which categories of users (e.g., by age or location) use our Page, or which content on our Page is most accessed, shared, shared or liked (liked). At the same time, however, the information available to us is prepared by Facebook in aggregate form, i.e. it cannot be linked to a specific user. More details about how our Facebook Page user data is used for Page Insights statistical analysis, as well as information about Facebook’s privacy policy regarding the use of the Page Insights feature are included here: https://www.facebook.com/business/a/page/page-insights.

We use your data. for our processing through our Social Media Pages on the following legal grounds:

  • Your consent as a user of our Social Networking Pages to inform you, as a user, about our offers, services and activities and to post photos or videos of you,
  • Our legitimate interest in interacting with users of our Social Media Pages, through responses to questions, feedback, comments, criticism or praise, and communicating with you in general, as well as through Page Insights;
  • Taking steps prior to entering into a contract and/or executing a contract with you when you decide to purchase our services.

It is possible that we will do more work through our Social Media Pages in the future. Before carrying out these activities, we will inform you about how we use your data. by updating this Information Note.

We store and use your data. that you generally only give us as long as we need them for our activities.

If you send us requests, complaints, criticism or praise, we will keep the specific details you send us for up to 3 months after our last exchange of messages about your request. When we receive unsolicited data from you, or data that we do not need, e.g. when you request services that we cannot provide, we will delete that data once we determine that we do not need it, but no later than 3 months from the date of receipt.

In other cases, we may keep some of the information you provide for a longer period of time, especially if the information is necessary for us to establish or defend a right in court.

Any interaction you have with our Social Networking Pages remains on our Social Networking Page, i.e. in your social network for unlimited periods of time. In our case, we may delete old posts from time to time for various reasons; you can also delete yourself. the content you associate with our Pages, from your own initiative. Finally, your content. can also be deleted by the social network operator, according to its social network content policy.

We transmit your data that we have access to through our Social Networking Pages only within the respective social networks by sharing content. Outside of social networks, we will share information about our Pages’ followers only on a limited basis, only to individuals and entities that support us in our business and that provide sufficient guarantees about how they handle the data and information we make available to them.

For our activities described in this section, we are associated operators with each of the operators of the social networks on which we own Pages, where applicable. According to Article 26.1, GDPR, we are jointly and severally liable with social network operators for the data processing activities described in this section. Our associated operator contracts with the social network operators Facebook and LinkedIN are as follows:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms/page_controller_addendum

LinkedIN: https://legal.linkedin.com/pages-joint-controller-addendum

We are not responsible for any activities carried out by social network operators other than those described above. You can find out about the purposes and uses of your data and information. of their privacy policies.

Liability of social network operators for your data.

We have no control over the purposes and uses of your information by the operators of the social networks where we have Pages. They have control over some information about you, such as your user account and profile, the information and content you share, your preferences; most of the time, social network operators obtain this information both through social networks and from other sources (e.g., cookies placed on websites, etc.). We have no control over the types of data and information that social network operators generally obtain and use about you.

Social network operators have a direct relationship with you, which is subject to their own data protection policies, available below:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/previous

LinkedIn: https://ro.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy?

Instagram: https://help.instagram.com/519522125107875/?maybe_redirect_pol=0

YouTube: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=ro

Please note that some of the data posted on our Social Networking Pages may be transferred by social network operators outside the European Economic Area, according to the organisation of the activities of these operators and under their sole responsibility, as detailed in the data processing policies of these companies, available above. We have no control over how social network operators organise their business.

Your rights in connection with the use of your data. through our social media pages

Under the law, you have several rights related to how we use your data. personal data. All these rights are described in our Privacy Policy, available above.

To contact us for information on how we use your data. or to exercise one or more of the rights indicated in this Privacy Policy, please contact us by e-mail at hello@sailonsea.com or by mail at our address . Please indicate in your request. how we can help you and what right you intend to exercise. We may contact you for further details, such as proof of your identity.

You can also exercise your rights under data protection law against social network operators. Please use their contact details from their privacy policies above.

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