In summary, they make it easier for you to use our website (for example, not repeatedly entering the same data) and make it easier for us to reach you after you have visited our website (for example, by offering you a promotion via Facebook). When we refer to "cookies" here, we also mean other similar techniques.
To have the best experience with our website, we recommend accepting the cookies. Cookies do not compromise the security of your computer. You can accept (or disable) cookies via the notification on your first visit. Or, if you haven't accepted them, you can do so through the browser settings.
We use the following analytical and marketing cookies.
Fun Boat Amsterdam strives to make your experience with our website as good and optimal as possible. This is only possible if we know what our visitors do on the website. This helps us to post more of what is liked and less of what is not liked.
Purpose: Google Analytics helps us understand how you came to the website and how you use it. We use these statistics to continuously improve the website so that you have the best possible experience. This cookie is from Google and is stored for a maximum of 26 months.
More information: http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/
At Fun Boat Amsterdam, we also advertise. We prefer to do this with targeted offers that are truly beneficial to you, rather than bothering you with irrelevant advertisements. Marketing cookies help us show you offers that make you happy.
Do you want to share a page from this website on social media such as Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or LinkedIn? Or are you watching a video on YouTube or Vimeo that is on the website? Or are you liking our Facebook page through this website?
At that moment, you are effectively using services from these external (social media) parties. These elements are placed on our website using the so-called 'embed' technique, but the activity actually takes place on the website of these third parties. Your anonymous (!) data is shared with these parties at that moment. From that moment, we have no control over the cookies and/or their content that they use at that time. It is best to consult the privacy and/or cookie statement of the relevant parties. See, for example: