PRIVACY POLICY

Please read this Privacy Policy carefully.

By accessing this site, or using it, and sending any personal data, you accept the terms of this Privacy Policy.
Please note that by leaving this page (eg by going via a link to a page in another domain), the user goes to an area where this Privacy Policy does not apply. Arctic Yachts Ltd is not responsible for the privacy policy of websites operated by other entities.

The following privacy and cookies policy describes the rules for dealing with personal data and the use of cookies on the website www.expeditionsailingvirtualboatshow.com
 

Arctic Yachts Ltd reserves the right to make changes to the Privacy Policy.

The law


On 25 May 2018, the EU regulation on the protection of personal data will become applicable – Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (referred to as “GDPR”).

Privacy information

  • The data controller is Arctic Yachts Ltd with its registered office in Office 262, 182-184 High Street North, EJ 2CL London, United Kingdom. Data protection is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the generally applicable law, and their storage takes place on secured servers. Contact with the website administrator is possible via the contact form

  • The service provider is also the administrator of people subscribed to Newsletter.

  • Personal data is processed: a. in accordance with the provisions on the protection of personal data, b. in accordance with the implemented Privacy Policy, c. to the extent and for the purpose necessary to establish, shape the contents of the Agreement, change or to resolve it and to properly implement the Services provided electronically, d. to the extent and purpose necessary to fulfill legitimate interests (legitimate purposes), and the processing does not violate the rights and freedoms of the data subject: to the extent and purpose consistent with the consent expressed by you if [for example] you subscribed to the newsletter.

  • Every data subject has the right to access data, rectify, delete or limit processing, the right of opposition, the right to file a complaint to Arctic Yachts Ltd. 

  • Contact with the person supervising the processing of personal data in the organization of the Service Provider is possible by electronic means via the contact form

  • Arctic Yachts Ltd has the right to process your data after the termination of the Agreement or withdrawal of consent only to the extent of the need to seek possible claims before the court or if national or EU regulations or international law oblige us to retain data.

  • The Service Provider has the right to share personal data of the User and other his data with entities authorized under the applicable law (eg law enforcement authorities).

  • The removal of personal data may occur as a result of the withdrawal of consent or filing a legally admissible objection to the processing of personal data.

  • Personal data is processed only by persons authorized or processed by us, with whom we work closely

  • Arctic Yachts directs and updates its websites, and have created all the content.

  • Peter Madej is the GDPR Data Protection Officer

  • The Arctic Yachts Ltd Management Board consists of one director – Peter Madej.

  • This GDPR Policy was originally created on 05th September 2020

  • This policy is reviewed at least once a month.

  • Arctic Yachts Ltd is committed to safeguarding the privacy of all my website users, anyone contacting me or subscribing to our newsletter.

Security


 Arctic Yachts Ltd ensures the security of personal data through appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent unlawful data processing and their accidental loss, destruction and damage.
  Arctic Yachts Ltd makes special care that personal information is processed in accordance with the principles of personal data processing specified in art. 5 GDPR, i.e .:

  • Principle 1 – legally, reliably and transparently,

  • Principle 2 – collected for specific and legitimate purposes and not further processed in a manner inconsistent with these purposes;

  • Principle 3 – adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes for which it is processed;

  • Principle 4 – correct and updated as necessary;

  • Principle 5 – stored in a form that permits the identification of the data subject for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the data are processed;

  • Principle 6 – processed in a manner that ensures adequate security of personal data;

  • Principle 7 – in a manner that ensures the implementation of the rights of data subjects;

  • Principle 8 – not transferred without adequate protection to countries outside the European Economic Area or international organizations

GDPR requires security of storage as well as transmission of personal data. If you have a contact form, then an SSL certificate is required. Without going into the technological details one can say that SSL encrypting data ensures the privacy of transmitted data. Personal data can be viewed only by your browser and the final recipient, thanks to which it is not possible
to overhear and decrypt data from such transmission.

  • Arctic Yachts Ltd respect the right to privacy and cares about data security. For this purpose, among others, secure communication encryption protocol (SSL) is used.

Arctic Yachts Ltd uses Anti-spam software – software that protects your computer from spam, which is unwanted or unnecessary e-mail. Advanced software also protects against phishing. There are many anti-spam programs on the market. Such programs will work on hand computers in the entertainment selection.
   

Server logs

 

  • The use of the Site involves the transmission of queries to the server on which the Site is stored.

  • Each query addressed to the server is saved in the server logs.

  • Logs saved and stored on the server, data stored in the server logs are not associated with specific people using the Site and are not used by the Administrator to identify the User.

 

 

Children


   Consent of the child to data processing – it is lawful to process personal data of a child over 16 years of age. If the child is under the age of 16, such processing is lawful only in cases where the consent has been expressed or approved by the person having parental authority or custody of the child and only in the scope of expressed consent.

 

  • Arctic Yachts Ltd thus has no Facebook friends who are under the age of 16

  • Arctic Yachts Ltd will NOT accept friendship requests from children under the age of 16 UNLESS they have parental consent to be Facebook Friends with Arctic Yachts Ltd.

Partners


   The Privacy Policy does not apply to websites and companies whose contact details are provided on the websites.

Summary of actions taken
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  • Arctic Yachts Ltd has created this website to comply with GDPR legislation. This includes:

    • No use of non-GDPR compliant cookies 

    • website traffic is measured by GDPR compliant Wix App Visitor Analytics.

    • A message that is integrated into all contact forms of this website: "To be GDPR Compliant, filling this form is a declaration that you agree with the terms of our Privacy Policy"

    • A message that is integrated into all newsletter subscription forms of this website: "To be GDPR Compliant, filling this form is a declaration that you agree with the terms of our Privacy Policy"

    • Ensuring that the only way to contact Us is via the contact form 

  • Arctic Yachts Ltd doesn't use cookies on this website for tracking and analytics tools such as Facebook Pixel or Google Analytics

 

Risk analysis


This section details the risk of data-leaks after the implementation of GDPR.

  • In terms of website safety: This website is extremely secure – (please read the section above on security). There is an extremely low risk of a personal data breach as calculated by HR-ON

  • In terms of our computers: Our computer require a unique passwords to open then

  • In terms of our office space (where personal data is kept): Our house has two locks.

  • The last and MOST important point – Arctic Yachts Ltd is a small company and we believe it is extremely unlikely anyone would want to steal our data.

  • The risk of a breach of data is thus effectively ZERO

 

Privacy Centre

At the bottom of this page, you will find the Privacy Centre. This includes tools on:

  • Your right to be forgotten

  • Copyright infringements

  • Contacting the Data Protection Officer

  • Data Rectification

  • Media Credits

  • Requesting a copy of all your personal data used on this website

  • Privacy Settings

  • Terms and Conditions

  • Subscribe and unsubscribe

 

Definitions

  • Privacy Policy is a document whose content must comply with the provisions of the GDPR

  • The acronym “GDPR” refers to General Data Protection Regulation

  • The words “we”, “us”, “our” and “ourself” refer to Arctic Yachts Ltd

  • The phrase “Public profiles” can refer to a short description of us in a short article on an external website such as Facebook etc.

  • Our website is www.expeditionsailingvirtualboatshow.com

  • For the purposes of better acceptance of the Privacy Policy, the term “User” has been replaced with the terms “You”, “Administrator” – “We”.

  • The term “RODO” means Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC

 

 

Cookies Q&A

This section summarises the main GDPR key questions and answers in terms of Cookie data.

  • What information is being collected by the Cookies?

None

  • Who is collecting it?

We don't collect it

  • How is it collected?

It's not collected

 

  • Why is it being collected?

It's not collected

  • How will it be used?

It won't be used

  • Whom will it be shared with?

It won't be shared

  • What will be the effect of this on the individuals concerned?

​No effect

 

  • Is the intended use likely to cause individuals to object or complain?

 

As a result of the above-mentioned points, users  have no reason to object or complain.

 

 

Cookies on this website:

 

This website doesn't use any non - GDPR compliant cookies

Newsletter and Marketing

 

From 05th September 2020, all Newsletters, Marketing and Promotions, from us require

  • Your consent through a positive opt-in.

  • Your consent must be given freely

  • You to withdraw consent and/or change the way you subscribe easily

 

If you are interested in receiving our Promotions or Newsletters, please do contact us.

Personal Data

 

 

  • The user can use our contact form to transfer his personal data to us

  • Providing personal data is always voluntary. You do not have to provide it. It is your choice.

  • The administrator (Peter Madej) guarantees the confidentiality of all personal data provided to him.

  • Personal data is collected with due diligence and properly protected against access by unauthorized persons.

  • The user has the right to request access to, rectify, delete or limit processing; the right to object to the processing; the right to transfer data; the right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data for a particular purpose, if the User previously gave such consent; the right to file a complaint with Peter Madej

  • As an expedition sailing company, we collect the data from our clients to contact them about our activities, such as expeditions, Expedition Sailing Virtual Boat Show,  News service, merchandise of the expedition equipment.

How long the data is kept

  • If a user requests personal data to be deleted, we will do so immediately. No one has ever done so – but under the new GDPR regulations, we must now offer this service.

  • A mailing list will be kept for as long as we keep producing the Arctic News and Expedition Sailing Virtual Boat Show.

Privacy centre

Please visit the contact page and use the form to send an email to DPO (Data Protection Officer)

Please visit the contact page and use the form to change your personal data.

Please visit the contact page and use the form to submit a request to erase your personal data.

Please visit the contact page and use the form to subscribe or unsubscribe to our mailing list.

Many pictures on this website have been created or transformed by us. Those that weren't, have media credits written underneath. Please contact us for more information.

Please click this box to visit DCMA website to report a copyright infringement or alternatively contact me via the contact form.

Please visit the contact page and use the form to subscribe or unsubscribe to our newsletter.

Please click this box to visit 'All about cookies' website to learn how you can change your cookies settings within your browser.

Please visit the contact page and use the form to submit a request to get a copy of your personal data stored by this website.