Connectedboat – Privacy Policy

Policy last update: 25.05.2018

This privacy policy applies to all services available through websites and mobile applications offered by Connected Boat Sp. z o. o. (hereinafter “Connected Boat”), programs for customer relationship management, invoicing and payment management systems (hereinafter referred to as “Services”).

By using the Connected Boat Services, you entrust us with personal information. In order for us to provide these services we entrust this information to our third party partners, who exist in our service environment, with whom we work directly or indirectly, primarily to provide you with the highest level of service and in order to perform marketing activities.

Connected Boat takes the protection of your personal data very seriously. The following privacy policy contains information about the personal data being collected and how it is processed and used. This information is important, so please read the following document carefully.

Rights related to the personal data processing

You have the right to request that an administrator accesses your personal data, including obtaining a copy of the data, correcting it, removing it (in certain situations) or processing restrictions. You have the right to transfer the data and the right to file a complaint with a body dealing with personal data protection. These rights also apply if the data is processed correctly by the administrator and does not affect the lawfulness of the processing, which was made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.

Personal data administrator

The administrator of personal data is Connected Boat Sp. z o. o., 71/43 Mokotowska Street, 00-453 Warsaw, Poland, KRS: 0000629970, NIP: 701-059-98-87, REGON: 365056360. If you have any questions regarding matters related to the privacy policy, please contact us at At this address, you can ask about privacy issues, request a review, change or delete personal information held by Connected Boat. Alternatively, you can also contact us using the above postal address.

Processed personal data

We process data that you provide whilst using Connected Boat services. In order to create your account we require your: e-mail address,  name, telephone number, IP address, geolocation data and type of internet browser. Wherever possible, the information is anonymised. The scope of data processed in individual Connected Boat services may vary – for a detailed scope of data in individual services, you can always ask by contacting us at

Purpose of the processing, legal basis and period of personal data processing

We primarily use your personal data to authenticate your account within our services and to continuously improve the range of services we offer. Connected Boat also uses your personal data to create, process and maintain relationships with you and to process payments. In addition, we may use your personal data to inform you about new products, services or events that may interest you. You can receive emails from us from the following addresses:,, i

The legal grounds for lawful processing of personal data:

Objectives of data processing Law basics Processing period
1 Performance of a contract on the Connected Boat – User (these agreements are usually the regulations that the User accepts before using the given Service), including matching the Services to the needs of Users, analysing and improving the Services and ensuring the security of the Services Article 6(1)(b) GDPR – necessary for the performance of a contract to which the User is a party until the agreement expires between you and Connected Boat, with the provision that sometimes such data may be processed even after the expiration of this contract, but only if it is permitted or required under applicable law, e.g. processing for statistical purposes, billing or to pursue claims
2 statistical measurements, marketing (including data analysing and profiling for marketing purposes) of the administrator’s products and services Article 6(1)(f) GDPR – necessary for the purposes of legitimate interests until reasonable objections are made
3 marketing (including data analysing and profiling for marketing purposes) regarding products and services of third parties Article 6(1)(a) GDPR – consent of the data subject until the consent is withdrawn


Forwarding of personal information

Connected Boat transfers personal data to trusted partners – entities processing personal data at the request of the administrator, including suppliers of IT services and solutions (e.g. data centres, hosts, backup services, database services, maps and map tools).

Service providers only have access to the minimum data that is necessary to carry out their tasks. Your data may in certain cases be transferred to recipients in countries outside the European Economic Area, if this is necessary to provide Services to you or if it is so required on a valid legal basis.

The user may publish his content on external websites (e.g. sharing a trip route on social media) only after providing details of this and receiving authorisation to do so from Connected Boat.

Security of your personal data

We process information collected from you in accordance with EU data protection law. All employees are obliged to be aware of and informed about the confidential nature of data and of their obligations related to the protection of privacy.  The transfer of personal data, as well as the authorisation process (login and authentication) to our services is carried out using the secure SSL protocol, which significantly increases the protection of data transmission to the Internet.

The right to access, correct and erase personal data

Connected Boat provides each user with a profile page available after authorisation. This page allows you to view, modify and delete information about the devices that are connected to your account. In the event that the user deems such a solution insufficient, he may contact ConnectedBoat by e-mail

Freedom of choice

Providing personal data is voluntary, but failure to provide data marked as essential will mean that it is impossible for Connected Boat to provide Services to you.

Information about cookies

In order to make a visit to our websites as user-friendly as possible, we use, like many other companies, so-called cookie files. Your web browser may be set to reject cookies. For technical reasons this may lead to loss or limiting of some functionality within our websites. We collect, process and use personal data – unless the terms of use allow it – only with the consent of the User.

Cookies are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the terminal equipment of the User of Connected Boat websites and applications. Cookies usually contain the domain name of the website they come from, the time they are stored on the end device and a unique ID number.

Cookie files are not used to identify the user or share their identity, only to improve the use of our services.

We may use cookies and other similar technologies for the purposes of:

  • provision of services;
  • customising the content of websites and applications to the User’s preferences and optimizing the use of websites; e.g. cookies allow in particular the identification of the User’s device and enables the proper display of our website tailored to a User’s individual needs;
  • creating statistics that help to understand how Users interact with our websites and applications, which enables us to continually improve their structure and content;
  • maintaining the User’s session (after logging in), so that the User does not have to repeat their log-in details on every subpage of the given website and application;

Types of cookies that we use

Due to the lifetime of cookies and other similar technologies, we use two basic types of these files:

  • sessional – temporary files stored on the User’s device until logging out, leaving the website and application or closing the software (web browser);
  • permanent – stored in the User’s device for the time specified in the cookie file parameters or until they are deleted by the User.

Due to the purpose of cookies and other similar technologies, we use the following types:

  • services and applications necessary to operate – enabling the use of our services, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication;
  • files used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect fraud in the field of authentication;
  • performance – enabling the collection of information on the use of websites and applications;
  • functional – allowing “remembering” of the settings selected by the User and personalizing the User’s interface, e.g. in the scope of the selected language or region of the User’s origin, font size, the appearance of the website and applications, etc.;
  • statistical – used for counting statistics on websites and applications.

Other technologies

For the convenience of using our services, we use Local Storage (LS) technology, similar to the principle of operation for cookies, but with slightly different properties. LS is a separate part of browser memory used to store data saved by websites. Access to it can only be obtained from a web page operating on the same website from which the data was saved, but unlike cookies, they are not sent by the browser every time you refer to the server. The data in LS is permanently stored by the browser and is not deleted when the browser is closed or at the end of a validity period. We emphasise that we do not use this technology to track or identify Users, and it is only for convenience and to provide services at the highest level.