Cookie policy

Cookie Usage on Website

1. What is a cookie?

The cookie is information in the form of plain text files saved on your computer by the website you visit. Cookies usually save your settings, web settings, such as your preferred language or address. When you visit this same website again, the internet browser sends back the cookies that belong to that page. This allows the page to display information tailored to your needs.

There are different types of cookies. In some cases, cookies are automatically deleted when a user closes their browser, and in other cases, cookies are stored for a long time and can be used for subsequent use of the Service.

It is important to know that the website can not access the data you have not accessed and cannot access other files on your computer.

However, if you do not want the website to store any information about your web surfing, you can always change your web browser settings.


2. Why Cookies?

In order to provide better services when visiting the website, most pages use cookies. These are useful techniques for collecting and using information. The website is, therefore, easier to use. Cookies can be used by website owners or third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate through the website you visit. Cookies, for example, make sure that you can log on to a website or that your settings, such as location and language settings, are remembered. They also track your digital shopping cart when shopping online.

Also, through cookies, website owners can see how often visitors view their websites and which pages they browse. Furthermore, some cookies can track your surfing. This way, webmasters, and advertisers can learn more about your interests so they can show more relevant ads. Ads help us fund and maintain our website. Thanks to the cookies, ads are tailored as much as possible to your affinities and interests.

Cookies are stored on your computer and can be deleted at any time.

Use the help feature in your browser to delete cookies from your computer. Keep in mind that once you've deleted a cookie, you need to reset your settings or sign in again on some sites, and it may be that the functionality of some pages will be reduced or completely quit.

It's important to know: Using a cookie is safe. Campaigns by email and telemarketing are not the result of cookies. Cookies do not store your email address or phone number or create a profile that can track users with cookies. Below you can find more information about the cookies used by these websites.


3. More information about certain types of cookies

Functional Cookies - Cookies that ensure the proper functioning of the website

Without these cookies, our website would simply not work. Our site uses cookies for:

  • Read your browser settings to optimally display our website on your screen
  • Better and more efficient loading of web pages
  • Remember the data you enter at different pages when signing in (on those pages where user login is required) so you do not have to always fill out all your data again
  • Save settings, such as language, location, the desired number of search results, etc.
  • Store settings for optimum video playback and screen resolution data
  • Detecting abuses of our websites and services, such as registering a number of consecutive failed login attempts
  • Enable comments on our web pages


Statistical Cookies - Cookies with which we can measure the use of a website

In order to determine which parts of the site are most interesting to our visitors, we are constantly trying to help third-party software track how many visitors come to our site and what is most closely followed by them. For that, we use cookies.

Stats are generated from the data we collect. These statistics give us an insight into how often our website is visited, where visitors spend the most time. This allows us to make the structure, navigation, and content of your website more interesting and easier to use. We do not pass statistical and other reports to people.

We use cookies for:

  • Tracking the number of visitors on our web site
  • Tracking time spent on each site by our visitors
  • Determining the order in which a visitor visits different pages of our site
  • Assess which sections of our site should be tailored
  • Website optimization

For statistical cookies on our sites posted by third parties and any data we collect, we refer to the statements made by these parties on their own websites; see the links below. Keep in mind that these statements can be changed regularly. Danielis Yachting has no influence on them.


Social Networks - Cookies to share the content of our website through social media

The articles and videos you see on our web pages can be shared through social networks. The function like "like" or "share" uses social network cookies so that they recognize you when you want to share an article or video.

These cookies, therefore, allow you to:

  • Reported users of selected social networks can directly share certain content from our website

For cookies that set up social networks and any data they collect, see the statements that these parties provide on their own websites; see the links below. Keep in mind that these statements can be changed regularly. Danielis Yachting has no influence on them.


4. Browser settings

If you do not want to store website cookies on your computer, you can adjust your browser settings so that you receive a warning before the cookies are set up. You can also customize your settings so that your browser refuses all cookies or just third-party cookies, and you can also delete cookies already set. Note that you must set the settings separately for each browser and computer you are using.

Be aware that if you disable cookies, we can no longer guarantee that our website will work properly. It's possible that some website functions are lost or that you can not even see certain websites. In addition, refusing cookies does not mean that you will no longer see ads. In that case, your ads are no longer tailored to your interests and are more frequently repetitive.

How to customize your settings differs from browser to browser. Please use the instructions of your browser.

If you want to exclude cookies for different services, you can do this on the page


Refusing and removing cookies

At all times, you may adjust your computer's web browser settings to refuse all cookies. However, by doing so, you may not be able to use certain features on websites and, if you wish to use our discussion forums or comment on articles, you will be asked to log in each time you visit.

You can also remove all cookies from your computer – or specific cookies that you wish to remove –by opening your internet browser’s settings and finding the privacy or content settings.

The following links give you specific information for removing cookies from certain popular browsers: