Cookie Policy

The "cookie" technology is used to obtain information relating to a user's experience on a website. It also allows the operation of some services that require you to trace the path, the navigation performed by a user through the various web pages.


What are cookies?

A "cookie" is information sent by a server to a browser, which allows the server to collect information from the browser and vice versa. The cookie helps a website to recognize a user's device if the site is visited again. The use of cookies has various purposes, including to help remember login credentials and any preferences, analyze the performance of a site to improve its use, and allow the suggestion of content deemed of interest to a specific user. Cookies are normally anonymous and cannot be linked to a user's personal data. First-party cookies are associated with the domain name of the page you are visiting and allow you to identify the person by cross-referencing a database. They can be assigned only upon explicit request of the user to allow immediate identification to access restricted areas without having to manually enter the login credentials (user and password). In any case, the user's identity is never included directly in the cookie and cannot be intercepted. Each time the site is accessed, regardless of the presence or absence of a cookie, the browser type, operating system, and host are recorded together with the visitor/user source URL, as well as information on the requested page. These data can be used in aggregate and anonymous form to perform statistical analysis on the use of the website.


What kind of cookies do we use?

For monitoring, web statistics, and advertising activities we use tools that make use of cookies such as: - Google AdWords, for remarketing / retargeting advertising activities; - Google Analytics, for monitoring, web statistics, and remarketing / retargeting advertising activities. The cookies used on the website are divided into 4 types: strictly necessary, performance, functionality, and identification. The site does not collect personal data and information relating to the individual unless the latter voluntarily decides to enter them. The user can therefore browse the site without disclosing any personally identifiable data, including the email address. By choosing to disable cookies, however, some sections of the site may not work properly. 1. Strictly necessary cookies: these are essential for the website to function properly. These cookies allow us to provide services requested by users and to browse the site using its best performance. They cannot be disabled as they are necessary for the proper functioning of the site. 2. Performance and functionality cookies: they collect anonymous information on the pages visited by a user. They are used to track the most searched pages and are useful for improving links between pages and for determining the reason for possible error messages. Functionality cookies store the choices made by a user to improve the online browsing experience. 3. Identification or advertising cookies: they collect information about a user's browsing habits to offer advertising in line with specific interests expressed. Sensitive data is not tracked.


What happens to cookies that have been downloaded in the past?

Cookies are read and written only based on the level of preference indicated in the tool for setting cookies. The cookies present before changing the settings remain on the computer and can be removed using the browser settings.


Additional information on the cookie setting tool

A specific cookie is used to remember a user's preferences within the cookie setting tool. If all cookies are deleted, therefore, you must update your preferences again when you visit the site again. If a device, computer, or browser different from the one normally used is used, it is necessary to set the preferences again.


Can we know if a user opens the emails sent to him?

The emails (newsletters) sent by Cruisetopic can communicate information relating to the opening and use (click) of an email/newsletter. This information can be used for different purposes, such as a content analysis (understand which messages have aroused the most interest). The data is lost when the email is deleted: from that moment on it will not be possible to collect any additional data: those already collected will simply be kept.


Manage cookies in browsers

Each type of browser manages cookies differently. To disable them, you can follow the browser instructions. Browser with Windows operating systems: Internet Explorer 6/7/8/9; Firefox (latest version); Chrome (latest version); Safari Opera (latest version). Browser with Mac operating systems: Firefox (latest version); Chrome (latest version); Safari Opera (latest version); IOS environment.