The cookies used on Seatravel’s website is not harmful and cannot spread viruses or other malicious programs. Seatravel’s website uses both session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies provides very temporary storage, which means that the cookies are deleted as soon as the user closes the browser.
Persistent cookies are stored for a long time and is stored on the user’s equipment after the browser is closed. Often you can see the cookies and the storing time in the browser’s internet history
Seatravel is using the following cookies
These cookies collect information about the traffic on the website and uses web statistics to improve the usability of the website. You can read more about Google Analytics’ cookies here.
Our website is controlled by the program Magento, which uses individual cookies. None of these cookies contain personal information, but they are necessary for the website to be working properly.
When you are using our website, we sometimes use content from other websites where cookies are beyond our control. It could be links to Facebook for example.
Your use of Seatravel’s website is considered as your consent to the fact that through the use of the website, cookies are used to store information on your equipment in connection with your visit and use of the website.
How do I remove cookies?
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