Jonio Yachting’s Extended Cookie Policy.

What are Cookies?

When you visit, small text files called cookies are sent to your device (usually your browser). These cookies contain letters and numbers and are stored on your device to be sent back to the website the next time you visit.

Cookies have various purposes, such as analyzing web traffic, personalizing content, and improving your browsing experience. It’s important to know that cookies cannot access any information on your device and are harmless—they can’t carry viruses or malware.

Below, you’ll find information about the cookies used on our site and how you can manage your preferences regarding them.

User Consent.

When you first visit any page of the website, a banner will appear providing brief information about the use of cookies. By closing this banner using the appropriate button or by clicking outside the banner and continuing to browse the site, you consent to our use of cookies as described in this Cookie Policy.

The website remembers your choice, so you won’t see the banner again during subsequent visits from the same device. However, you always have the option to revoke all or part of your consent. If you delete the technical cookie that tracks consent before your next visit, the cookie banner will reappear.

If you encounter any technical issues related to providing consent, please contact us through the channels provided on this site so we can assist you.

Types of Cookies We Use.

The use of cookies by the owner of this site, Jonio Yachting SRL (hereafter referred to as “COMPANY”), based in Via G. Leopardi 25, 90144 Palermo (PA) – Italy, is governed by the Privacy Policy. For all the information required by Article 13 of the Privacy Code, please click on this link: :

To enable the enjoyment of our site and the provision of our services, we utilize both persistent cookies (which remain in memory until manually deleted by the user or are set for long-term removal) and session cookies, which are not stored persistently on the visitor’s computer and disappear when the browser is closed.

We use cookies of different types, each with specific functions, which we can classify as follows:
First-party cookies issued by

First-party cookies issued by


Technical session and navigation cookies (No user consent is required to issue this type of cookie):

These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our site and allow users to navigate and view content. Disabling them would result in site malfunction. Typically, these cookies are necessary to keep a browsing session open or to allow users to access restricted areas. They may also temporarily remember text entered while filling out a form when returning to a previous page during the same session.

Functionality technical cookies (The user’s consent is not required to issue this type of cookie)
These cookies enable users to fully utilize the site’s features and enjoy a more comfortable browsing experience. The site works optimally when these cookies are enabled, but users can choose not to allow their activation on their device. For example, these cookies can remember the user’s preferred language for viewing our content.
Technical consent cookies (No user consent is required to issue this type of cookie)
This cookie records the user’s consent to the use of cookies on this site. Consequently, on subsequent visits, we avoid repeating the brief cookie information and the request for consent. If users wish to disable technical cookies, they can refer to the instructions for major browsers available at the end of this document.

Third-party cookies, i.e. issued by sites other than


Statistical and analytical cookies (User consent is required to release this type of cookie)
These cookies gather information on how users navigate our site. This data is analyzed in aggregate to provide statistical insights only. While not essential, they are invaluable for enhancing our content and services based on the insights gained from statistical analysis.

Social cookies (Your consent is required to issue these types of cookies)
They facilitate content sharing on major social networks and enable the detection of interactions between these networks and our sites or pages. While not essential, they enable us to offer services in line with the latest technologies.

Profiling/advertising cookies (Your consent is required to issue this type of cookie)
These cookies tailor content, including advertising, to better suit your preferences. They may also control the frequency of advertising content or assist us in assessing the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. While not essential, they enable us to offer content that aligns more closely with your interests.

Third-party cookies used.

While browsing this site, you will receive cookies from both and third-party sites. These third-party cookies may be set on your device on our behalf to provide the services they offer. They help us gather comprehensive data on users’ browsing habits.

For instance, we use these cookies to compile statistics on site usage, gauge interest in specific content or services, and facilitate content sharing on major social networks. You can find more detailed information about these cookies in the tables provided in this document and on the respective websites of the third parties involved.

Statistics and Analytics Cookies

Google analytics utilizes Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc., located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect and analyze information about users’ browsing behavior in aggregate form.

Neither Jonio Yachting S.r.l. nor Google associates your IP address with any other data that could directly identify you. The information collected is processed by Google Analytics systems to generate reports verifying the proper functioning of the services and, if necessary, the approval rate of the content provided.

For more information about Google Inc.’s data privacy policies, please visit: :

To disable statistical cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting data about your browsing activity, you can download the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on available at: . Additionally, you can access details about cookies and adjust your preferences by clicking the “Update cookie preferences“, link, located at the bottom of every page on our website (in the footer section).

Advertising Profiling and Remarketing/Retargeting Cookies utilizes specific cookies to manage its advertising campaigns and deliver targeted advertising content on this site based on users’ interests expressed through their internet browsing activities.

Additionally, cookies are used to display targeted advertisements to users who have previously visited this site.

Google Ads Remarketing (formerly Google Adwords) – Google Inc. Google Ads Remarketing is a Remarketing and Behavioral Targeting service provided by Google Inc. (Google, Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway – Mountain View – CA 94043 USA) that associates this site’s activity with the Google Ads and DoubleClick advertising network. Personal data collected: Cookies and Usage data.

Place of processing: USA


Embedded Videos, Social Plug-ins, and Widgets

Our web pages may feature plug-ins from popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and others, which are operated by third parties.

These plug-ins could include buttons such as Facebook’s “Like” or Twitter’s “Retweet”. When you visit one of our web pages containing such a plug-in, your internet browser connects directly to the servers of the third parties, and the plug-in is displayed on your screen as a result of this connection.

The plug-in may provide information to the third-party servers about which pages the user has visited. If a user of a social network visits our web pages while logged into their account, this information may be associated with their account.

Even if you interact with plug-in features, such as clicking the “Like” button, the information may be linked to your account. Third-party cookies may also be sent when you view content on the site, such as YouTube videos, Google Maps, or similar. For more information, please visit:

How to Configure Your Browser/Terminal.

In addition to the information provided in the previous paragraph about disabling cookies by accessing the links to the relevant privacy policies of third parties, users can manage their cookie preferences directly within their browser. This allows them to prevent, for example, third parties from installing cookies.

However, it’s important to note that disabling cookies may result in certain features of the site not functioning properly. Through your browser preferences, you can also delete cookies that have been installed in the past, including the cookie that may have stored your consent to the installation of cookies by these platforms.

Please be aware that disabling all cookies may impair the operation of these platforms. Below are links to information on how to manage and/or block cookies in your browser:

– Google Chrome: [link](
– Mozilla Firefox: [link](
– Apple Safari: [link](
– Microsoft Windows Explorer: [link](
– Microsoft Edge: [link](
– Opera: [link](

You can access further information and adjust your preferences regarding third-party cookies by visiting Additionally, you can find plugins and add-ons in the repositories of major browsers that facilitate cookie management.

Cookie Policy Update.

This cookie policy was last updated in July 2018. Any future updates will be promptly posted on this page.

(+39) 348 866 47 33

(+39) 348 866 47 33

(+39) 331 455 82 01

(+39) 331 455 82 01

(+39) 348 866 47 33