We highly value the sensitivity of the data you provide us with when making use of this website, and, by your consent, will process it in strict accordance with our obligations at law, in particular the Data Protection Act (Chapter 440 of the Laws of Malta).
Save for disclosures required by law, criminal investigations, subpoenas or court orders, we will only disclose your details to the relevant ferry line and/or booking platform with which a booking is made if this is required to ensure that your instructions to the ferry line and/or booking platform are received by the same ferry line and/or booking platform. However, please note that from time to time, we may use third party distributors which provide certain services and functions for and on our behalf. These third party distributors may have access to (part of your) personal information in order to perform their services and functions, but are subject to a confidentiality obligation pursuant to which they cannot use, share or disclose the information for any other purpose.
You may “Opt In” if you wish to subscribe for our newsletter or wish to receive promotional communications or other information from us or our affiliated partners, in respect of our services or products. If you no longer wish to receive any such material you can simply click on the “unsubscribe” link.
What are cookies and why do we place them on your computer ?
“Cookies” are small text files that are sent by websites so that the website can remember who you are. Without cookies, websites and their servers have no memory. A cookie, like a key, enables the website to remember users that have already visited. Without a cookie, every time you open a new web page the server where that page is stored will treat you like a completely new visitor.
Each website can send its own cookie to your browser where it is stored in a cookie folder on your computer’s hard disk. With cookies, every time you visit a web page the web page looks for its own cookies and reads the information that they contain. Websites can only read, and therefore use, the cookies that it sends.
Cookies typically contain the name of the website that the cookie came from, the lifetime of the cookie as well as a randomly generated unique number. Websites typically use this number to ensure that you are recognised when you visit the website again, while you move from page to page within one website and that any information you have entered is remembered. There are two types of cookies: Session Cookies and Persistent Cookies. Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie folder on your hard disk until you close your browser. Persistent cookies last much longer than Session Cookies as they remain on your hard disk until their pre-set lifetime expires or until they are removed.
We also use ‘web beacons’ or ‘action tags’ in conjunction with cookies. Web beacons are typically a minute and transparent graphic image that is placed on a website or in an email. Web beacons allow the website to record the simple actions of the user opening the page that contains the web beacon.
What information do we collect from Cookies?
- The date and duration of your visit to the website;
- The web pages which you viewed during your visit;
- Your IP Address ;
- The type and version of the browser which you used; and
- Your computer’s Operating system
We use the information that we gather in order to evaluate the website’s usage, content, navigability and composition. This statistical analysis allows us to improve our website, to generally make your internet experience more enjoyable and to provide a value-added service.
Control over your Data
You have the right to review, amend and cancel any of the personal information that you have stored with us by clicking on the below link and following the steps found therein.