Data privacy statement

In general, it is not necessary to provide personal data in order to use our website. Should personal data be required to use the services outlined below, this information will be treated confidentially in accordance with Germany’s statutory data protection regulations. This data protection statement informs you about the nature, the extent and the scope of the collection and usage of personal data by Skorpios Charter.

SSL Encryption

In order to protect your data, all of the page views are encrypted via HTTPS. We would like to point out, however, that data sent via the Internet is never 100% secure.

Access Data

For technical reasons, the following connection details and data that your Internet browsers transmit to us and/or our server provider can be recorded in server log files:

  • The web page visited
  • Date and time of the access
  • The browser and operating system used
  • The website from which you reached the site (referrer)
  • Your IP address

This information is stored for statistical purposes but kept separately from any personal data that may be provided by you; it is not merged with any personal data collected to avoid this information being traced to you personally.

Contact Form

If you make use of the contact form (charter enquiry) or e-mail to communicate with us, we will file the details you have provided us with voluntarily, in order to be able to process your enquiry. This information will not be passed on to a third party without your permission.

Information / Deletion / Revocation

The data will only be stored as long as is necessary to fulfil the aforementioned purpose or record retention requirements.

You can make enquiries concerning any personal data stored by us free of charge at any time. You are entitled to have this information corrected or deleted in as far as this is not prevented by statutory regulations regarding record retention.

Changes to this data privacy statement

We reserve the right to update our privacy policy from time to time in order to take into account changes in legislation or jurisdiction.