Pursuant to the French freedom of communication law 2000-719 of 1 August 2000, amending the freedom of communication law 86-1067 of 30 September 1986, we have provided the legal notices regarding this website below:


Editorial management

The website’s editorial and publication management is performed by:

Name: SAS Océalliance, hereinafter the ‘Company’

Registered office: 67 quai des Magasins Marée, 56100 Lorient

Company & trade register: Lorient 534 101 332

Equity: €1,182,719

APE (principal activity) code: 4 368 A

Publication director: Guénolé Merveilleux

Editor: Océane Ryo


Website concept/design

Concept and web design:

4 rue Alfred Kastler
56000 VANNES

2 Rue Marie Curie
44120 Vertou


Privacy policy and personal data protection policy

Océalliance is committed to providing the highest level of protection for your personal data.


Who collects my personal data?

The controller used for www.ocealliance.fr is:
Océalliance, an SAS (simplified joint stock company) with share equity of €1,182,719, entered in the Lorient company and trade register under number 5341101332, having its registered office at 67 quai des Magasins de Marée, 56100 Lorient, France.

Océalliance, as the controller, will comply with the provisions of the amended French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on the automated personal data processing performed, as well as the EU regulation no. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 from the date it came into force on 25 May 2018 on the protection of individuals regarding the processing of their personal data and the free movement of that data (GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation).
Who do you send my personal data to?
Your data are only sent to Océalliance employees.


What is the purpose of collecting my personal data?

Océalliance needs to collect and record the personal data of internet users (clients, prospective clients and advisers) for the following purposes:

  • Creating and managing client accounts
    • Providing information on new and modified services
    • Responding to questions and sending marketing offers by email (following your request)
    • Generating marketing and sales statistics
    • Except for the marketing offer campaigns, Océalliance considers all of the above to be necessary to providing its services.

Marketing campaigns require the person concerned to have given their consent to that use of their data.


How long are my personal data stored?

Océalliance stores your personal data for the following periods:
All data collected from you as a client will be stored for the entire duration of the commercial relationship and for five (5) years after that relationship ends (e.g. from the date of your last purchase).
All personal data collected from you as a prospective client or adviser will be stored for three (3) years from the date of the last contact we have from you (e.g. request for product information, or clicking on a hyperlink).


Do I have the right to access my personal data and how do I exercise that right?

All individuals using the service can exercise their rights to access, correct, dispute and erase their personal data in accordance with Articles 38-40 of the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978. Under the regulation no. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, individuals may exercise their right to restrict the processing of or erase their data, and the right to data portability, from 25 May 2018.

Those rights may be exercised by contacting Océalliance, the company that collected the personal data, in writing at:


67 Quai des Magasins de Marée




Océalliance will reply within one (1) month of receiving the request to exercise a right.

If you are not satisfied with the response, you have the right to lodge a complaint with CNIL (the French National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties).


This entire website is governed by French and international copyright and intellectual property law. All reproduction rights are reserved, including for downloadable documents and picture/photographic representations. It is formally prohibited to reproduce all or part of this website on any media whatsoever without our express authorisation.

Despite all the care taken in creating this website and regularly updating it, there may be errors in the information and/or documents provided. If you notice any, please contact us to let us know and we will correct them.


Accuracy of information

We use all means available to us to provide internet users with quality content on our website. However, we cannot guarantee the completeness, exhaustiveness or accuracy of the content regarding information and services offered on our website.


Hyperlinks to other websites

Hyperlinks to our website can only be created with the express prior authorisation of our Company and that authorisation may be revoked at any time. Our Company accepts no liability regarding the content of any websites linked to our Website.



Pursuant to the provisions of Directive 2002/58/EC, our Company uses cookies for personal identification purposes.

Those cookies are stored on the internet user’s computer for five (5) years unless the user deletes them.

Internet users may block those cookies by selecting ‘block cookies’ in the privacy section of their internet browser’s options, however their Website experience may be affected. Cookies cannot be used to identify you. In general, cookies record information about how you browse the Website on your computer (the pages you have viewed, the date and time you viewed them, etc.) and we can read them during your subsequent visits.


Saving cookies

Cookies may be saved to the user’s computer when they browse this Website. Cookies record information about the user’s browsing in order to make it easier to log back into this Website and avoid having to resubmit previously requested information.

Your internet browser configuration enables you to block cookies.

Our Company reserves the right to save cookies to your computer when you visit our Website.

Cookies do not enable us to identify users. In general, they record information about your browsing on our Website (pages viewed, actions done, geographic location, etc.) which is used to generate statistics.

Users have the right to object to cookies being saved and can configure their browser to block cookies. As each browser is different, you should check the help section of your browser to see how to manage your cookies settings.

If you do not allow cookies, some features and pages will not work properly.

To delete cookies saved to your computer, follow the instructions provided by your browser in its online help section.

To find out more about cookies and how to manage them, visit http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/ (in French only) or click the ‘Help’ button on your internet browser menu.


Our liability

Under the conditions permitted by French law, the Company has no liability for any imprecision, inaccuracy, omission or damages resulting from a third party’s intrusion causing the modification of any information provided on the Website or the inaccessibility of the Website.

Visitors to the Website are informed that access may be interrupted at any time by the Company for maintenance, security and any other technical reason.


Applicable law

These terms and conditions are governed by French law. The French courts hold sole jurisdiction in the event of any dispute directly or indirectly arising from accessing or using this Website.


Website creation and hosting

All contact details regarding the creation, hosting and updating of this Website are available via the links below:

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