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This website is presented by DFDS A/S. When you arrive on our website we collect some information about your visit, your computer and how you interact with our website. This information is stored in cookies in your web browser. The information in these cookies is used to make your experience on our site the best possible and most convenient.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your web browser and recognized by the website during your visit and if you visit us again. It allows us to provide you with information most suitable for you and enhance your experience on our site. A cookie does not contain any personal information and it is not a harmful program or virus.
You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish – for details, see aboutcookies.org. You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. If you do this, however, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site and some services and functionalities may not work.
We use two kinds of cookies. Cookies that are set by our website, our content management system and our online booking systems, are 1st party cookies. 1st party cookies are only set when you visit our site.
We also use a number of external tools and systems like tracking and analytics, e-mail newsletters, adwords and banners. These place cookies as well. Cookies set by these are 3rd party cookies. 3rd party cookies can be set when you engage with us through emails and banners, but also when you visit our site.
The cookies placed by our site has various lifetimes. Some expires as soon as you close your browser, others are valid for days/months/years. We need the lifetime for a cookie to be longer when it is used to measure if you are a new or returning visitor.
For the most part we use the standard lifetime of the cookies (set by the systems that use them). In some cases we can change the lifetime. We are not able to control the lifetime of all 3rd party cookies because they belong to external systems that are used by partners and agencies.
Our website: We place a session cookie when you visit our site. This has a technical functionality. As an example, the cookie helps your experience, if you login to our site as a travel agent.
Online booking: We place a session cookie when you use our online booking systems. This has a technical functionality. As an example, the cookie keeps track of the content of your booking. This allows you to move back and forth in the booking without losing your content. Session cookies expire when you close the browser.
Google Analytics: Measures traffic on our site.
The cookies expire automatically after a number of days/years after your last visit.
Headlight Campaign Monitoring: Measures traffic from adwords, e-mail, banner and link activities.
The cookies expire automatically after 30 days after your last visit.
AddThis Sharing: Makes it easy for you to share content on our site and we can see how often what content is shared. This is a cookie that doesn’t expire.
YouTube: We show YouTube videos on our sites. YouTube places cookies that remember your settings in the video player. As an example, if you have changed the sound level on a YouTube video, this is remembered for the next time you view a YouTube video.
Facebook: We use Facebook Pixel to measure, optimize and build audiences for advertising campaigns served on Facebook.
LinkedIn: We use LinkedIn Website Demographics to gain insights, optimize and build audiences for advertising on LinkedIn.
Hotjar: This is an analytics and feedback tool that we use to understand how our website is used and improve usability. Hotjar sets cookies to help us track behaviour across pages.
Libsyn: We use Libsyn to broadcast our podcasts. Libsyn sets cookies in order to identify usage-statics, such as plays and other interactions that the user performs with the embedded player.
Leadforensics: We use Leadforensics to create better experiences for new and existing customers by leveraging the data collected to become more relevant in our communication and outreach.