Privacy and Cookie Policy

Privacy and Cookie Policy of Fundacja im. Karola Borchardta, Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o. S.K.A. and Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o.

in force since 25 May 2018

  1. DEFINITIONS

Foundation - Fundacja im. Karola Olgierda Borchardta with its seat in Warsaw at ul. Poznańska 16/4, 00-680 Warszawa, entered into the register of associations, other social and health organisation, foundations and independent public health care facilities of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw, 12th Economic Division of the National Court Register, under number KRS: 0000410910, NIP (tax identification number): 7010334491;

Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o. S.K.A./the Company – Skłodowscy Yachting spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowo - akcyjna with its seat in Warsaw at ul. Poznańska 16/4, 00-680 Warsaw, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw, 12th Economic Division of the National Court Register, under number KRS: 0000381232, NIP (tax identification number): 7010286958;

Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o./the Company – Skłodowscy Yachting spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its seat in Marki at ul. Kościuszki 43, 50-270 Marki, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw, 14th Economic Division of the National Court Register, under number KRS: 0000319001, NIP (tax identification number): 5222906324;

Administrators – jointly Foundation, Skłodowscy Yachting z o.o. S.K.A. and Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o.

Participant – a person that signs an agreement with the Foundation to participate in the cruise on “STS Kapitan Borchardt” (hereinafter “Agreement”) or a chartering contract with the Company, a person that sends an enquiry using the contact form available at the internet website and a person that makes an order in the Shop;

Website – website www.kapitanborchardt.pl together with its subpages;

Shop – the STS Kapitan Borchardt online shop available at: www.kapitanborchardt.pl/sklep/

User – a person visiting the Website, including the participant;

GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).

  1. YOUR PERSONAL DATA ADMINISTRATOR

The Foundation is the administrator of your personal data in relation to the agreement on the participation in the cruise on “STS Kapitan Bochardt” concluded with the Foundation by submitting an application on the Website (hereinafter: “Agreement”).

The Foundation and Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o. S.K.A. are co-administrators of your personal data, i.e. they jointly define the objectives and the manner of processing of your personal data that you provide in the contact form available on Website www.kapitanborchardt.pl.

Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o. is the administrator of your personal data that you enter in the Shop in order to order products that are on offer in the Shop.

Should you have any questions regarding your personal data and your rights, please contact us at: biuro@kapitanborchardt.pl.

  1. RULES OF PROCESSING PARTICIPANTS’ PERSONAL DATA

Administrators respect the right to privacy protection. The policy presented below explains the rules of collecting and processing of personal data followed by us.

When collecting and processing personal data, Administrators observe all the rules of processing personal data set forth below

a. “compliance with the law, accuracy and transparency”,

b. “purpose specification”,

c. “data minimisation”,

d. “correctness”,

e. “limitation of data retention”

f. “integrity and confidentiality”.

  1. COOKIES

When consenting to the use of cookies by Administrators, you state that the settings of your browser in that scope are adjusted to your preferences.

Depending on the browser settings, one or a few cookies may be saved on the User's computer (the terminal equipment) when our site is viewed.

Before the consent is given, Administrators’ cookies necessary for proper website operation are saved on the User’s computer.

The cookies may be placed by Administrators and third parties that Administrators cooperate with. Please read the information below about cookies and the manner of using them.

  1. WHAT DATA OF YOURS DO WE COLLECT?


  1. Data entered by the Participant when concluding the Agreement:

    1. surnames,

    2. first names,

    3. telephone number,

    4. electronic mail address,

    5. date and place of birth,

    6. addresses of residence and correspondence addresses,

    7. date and place of birth,

    8. home country and nationality,

    9. ID card/ passport number,

    10. information about the sailing licence.


  1. Data collected through the contact form available on the Website:

    1. electronic mail address.


  1. Data collected when placing an order in the Shop:

    1. first name,

    2. surname,

    3. telephone number,

    4. electronic mail address,

    5. residence address or address for sending the parcel,

    6. should an invoice be needed - the data necessary for issuing the invoice, such as: company name, NIP (tax identification number), address.


  1. Automatically collected data:

When you visit our Website, the data that is automatically collected is: your IP address, domain name, browser type, and operating system type. For more information see the section about cookies.

  1. WHAT ARE THE PURPOSES AND BASES OF PROCESSING DATA?

Your personal data obtained in relation to you entering into the Agreement, sending an enquiry with the contact form or placing an order in the Shop will be processed for the following purposes:

  1. execution of the Agreement, including correct preparation and execution of the cruise,

  2. answering the enquiry specified in the contact form,

  3. fulfilling the order placed in the Shop,

  4. purposes connected with the business activity run by Administrators, including making analyses and keeping statistics;

  5. taking actions connected with safety assurance;

  6. archiving;

The legal basis for data handling is the following:

  1. the necessity of executing the Agreement and taking actions at your request before the Agreement is concluded;

  2. the necessity of fulfilling the legal obligation imposed on the administrator;

  3. the necessity of attaining the goals resulting from legally legitimate interest realised by Administrators, such as direct marketing and ensuring the proper operation of the Website,

  4. the consent given.

  1. WHO WILL BE THE RECIPIENT OF YOUR DATA? WHERE WILL IT BE TRANSFERRED?

Your data may be transferred to a third country (i.a. the USA) in relation with:

  1. actions performed on social networks and with the use of plugs and other tools from those sites (i.a. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+);

  2. the use of analytical tools and tools for anonymous tracking of user behaviour, especially such tools as Google Analytics, Google Ads (Adwords);

Your data may be transferred to:

  1. processors in conjunction with actions performed at Administrators’ request and in Administrators’ name;

  2. companies rendering IT services;

  3. law firms that Administrators contract, for instance, to have legal proceedings conducted;

  4. entities and bodies authorised to access the data under the law in force;

Moreover, the Foundation will make your data available to the Company in order to execute the Agreement.

In the case of placing an order in the Shop, depending on the delivery and payment options chosen, your data may be made available to a carrier or intermediary selected for handling parcel dispatch under the instructions of Skłodowscy Yachting sp. z o.o., or to an entity selected for handling payments in the Shop.

  1. HOW LONG WILL THE DATA BE PROCESSED FOR?

The period of processing of your personal data depends on the purpose it is processed for. The period your personal data will be processed for is calculated on the basis of the following criteria:

  1. legal provisions under which Administrators may be obliged to process data for a specified period;

  2. period necessary to protect the interests of the data administrator;

  3. period necessary to render services by Administrators and ensure necessary service to the participant;

  4. period for which the consent has been given.

  1. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?

You have the right to:

  1. request access to personal data referring to you;

  2. have the data corrected;

  3. request completing the incomplete personal data, i.a. by submitting an additional statement;

  4. remove the data or limit the scope it is processed in;

  5. object to having your personal data further processed;

  6. have your personal data transferred.

You have the right to withdraw the consent you have already given at any time. The withdrawal of the consent does not influence the legality of processing of your data that had been done under the consent before the consent was withdrawn.

When processing your data collected with cookies, Administrators are not able to identify you as a person in the majority of cases. Therefore, if you wished to exercise the rights you are entitled to, you might be asked to provide additional information in order to identify you as a person.

Should you have any doubts regarding the correctness of processing of your personal data by Administrators, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office (ul. Stawki 2, Warsaw).

  1. WHAT WILL BE THE CONSEQUENCES OF NOT PROVIDING THE DATA?

Providing your personal data is the condition you need to fulfil if you wish to enter into the Agreement or send an enquiry using the contact form. You are not obliged to provide your data, but if you do not give it, it will not be possible for you to enter into the Agreement with us or send an enquiry using the contact form.

  1. HOW DO WE PROFILE THE DATA?

Administrators do not use systems for automated decision-making.

  1. USE OF COOKIES

The Website uses cookies that are needed to identify your browser during the time you are using our website. The cookies contain a little text that is readable only by the party that has sent them. The information collected lets us learn about the frequency of your visits to our site and the site elements that you find most interesting. The data obtained is used to adjust websites to your needs, to facilitate the operation of the site and for statistical and advertising purposes. The files cannot be used to infect the device with viruses or other malicious software (malware).

Each cookie consists of four basic parts:

  1. website name: the name of domain or subdomain that has set the cookie;

  2. cookie name: cookies have names that are unique to the sites that have set them;

  3. expiry date: some cookies expire after the browser is closed (so-called session cookies), other cookies will be automatically removed on their expiry date which has been set for them (so-called permanent cookies);

  4. value: it is the information in the cookie that the site uses to “remember” the previous visit.

What we keep in the form of cookies is basic information about Users and information needed to optimise and correctly display the content found on the web pages. The information is for:

  1. recognising Users that log on the secured web pages, which makes it possible for them to visit many pages without needing to enter the User name and password on each of them;

  2. registering Users’ preferences - the content viewed, the format it is viewed in (the User does not have to set their preferences each time s/he visits the site);

  3. registering the sites visited by the User, which lets us collect the data that is useful when streamlining the content and the manner of navigating the website.

Our site Users can stop providing our site with this information at any time by deleting the cookies saved on their terminal equipment through our site. What is needed to do that is changing the settings of currently used web browser.

You have the right to refuse to have cookies saved and read on your devise (a computer, a telephone). To do that you need to tick the correct settings in the web browser options or refuse to agree when the application found on the web site enquires you about it.

The configuration of the browser in such a way that will block the installation of cookies from certain websites selected by the User or from all websites may result in loosing certain functionalities and hindering or even preventing you from taking the full advantage of the opportunities the website gives. According to the requirements of the Telecommunications Law and GDPR, the configuration of the browser in a way that lets us install cookies on a given computer is recognised to be a consent to the use of cookies (see the links below). Information about cookie management can be found at (http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/) or (http://wszystkoociasteczkach.pl/).

  1. How do we protect your personal data?

The communication between your computer and our servers when we collect your personal data is encrypted with the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. Additionally, our data bases are secured against third parties’ access.

  1. Changes in our privacy policy

We reserve the right to change the presented privacy policy by publishing the new content on our website. After the change is made, the privacy policy will be published on the website with the new date.