Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy
Here, we provide information about how Seafort Navigation ("Seafort Navigation," "we," "us," "our") utilises cookies and related technologies on our websites and mobile applications.

When you visit our websites, we, or an authorised third party, may place a cookie or similar technologies on your device and browser. These technologies collect and process information about your online activities over time and across different sites. This information may relate to you, your preferences, or your device and is primarily used to ensure the site functions as expected.

While this information generally doesn't directly identify you, it can enhance your web experience. You have the option to customise your cookie settings and modify your choices at any time by clicking on the "Cookies Preferences" link located in the footer, except for Strictly Necessary Cookies (explained further below). Please be aware that blocking certain types of cookies may affect your site experience and the services we can provide.

What Are Cookies and Similar Technologies?
Cookies are small text files comprising letters and numbers that include a unique user ID. These files are placed on a device to store data that a web server in the respective domain can retrieve. Cookies serve various purposes, such as remembering your preferences, recording items in your shopping basket, and tracking the number of visitors to a website. Similar technologies, like "tracking pixels," consist of small code blocks found on webpages or apps.

Why Do We Use Cookies?
We use cookies and similar technologies for several reasons. They help make our website work more effectively, such as counting website visitors, retaining user preferences and settings, and enabling sign-ins. Cookies aid in identifying the parts of our sites and emails that interest you, enhancing your experiences, improving site navigation, and resolving issues.

They can also be used to provide interest-based and more relevant advertising, enabling us to offer content, information, products, and services tailored to your interests. This advertising may appear on other websites, mobile applications, or devices you use since Seafort Navigation utilises third-party cookies. In emails, we may also employ cookies and similar technologies to notify us when you've opened an email or clicked on a link within it.

When using cookies and similar technologies, we may collect information like your mobile device ID, IP address, and other device-related details, along with behavioural data about how you use your device on our sites (e.g., pages viewed, links clicked, documents downloaded).

It's important to note that our cookies do not contain personal information, such as your name. Instead, they allow us to locate information once you're logged in or connect your browsing data to you when you choose to register for a service, download a position paper or white paper, or sign up for a newsletter.

Are Cookie Settings Customisable?
You can personalise your cookie settings by clicking the "Cookies Preferences" link in the cookies banner or the website footer. Depending on your location, you may be presented with various consent options, including the ability to reject all non-essential cookies before we place them on your browser.

Regardless of your jurisdiction, you can opt out of non-essential cookies using the cookies preferences centre. This preference centre allows you to manage consent for performance, functional, and targeting cookies (further explained below) and offers options to opt in or opt out of cookies at any time. You can also customise cookie settings for all or specific cookies on your devices by adjusting your web browser settings. For guidance on controlling cookies, please consult your web browser settings.

What Types of Cookies Do We Use?
To offer our visitors a user-friendly experience, we utilise cookies that may be placed by us or our affiliates and business partners.
  • First-Party Cookies: These are directly set by the website you're visiting, as indicated by the URL in your browser's address bar.
  • Third-Party Cookies: These are placed on your device not by the website you're visiting but by a third party, such as an advertiser or an analytics system. This typically occurs when the website incorporates elements from other sites, such as images, social media plugins, or advertisements.
How Long Do Cookies Remain on a Device?
  • Session Cookies: These allow our websites to recognise and link your actions during a browsing session. They serve various purposes, like remembering items in your shopping cart and enhancing security. Session cookies expire when you close your browser or after the session ends.
  • Persistent Cookies: These are stored on a visitor's device between sessions and can remember your preferences or actions across different websites. This category includes all cookies that remain on your device until you delete them or, depending on the cookie's expiration date, until your browser's cache clears.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our cookie policy or privacy practices, contact Seafort Navigation at

Please note that Seafort Navigation may update this policy periodically. We recommend reviewing this page from time to time for updates.

Policy Version: Version 1 (dated 12th October 2023)