Legal Notices


The seaverhorse.com website is published by the company SEAVER and edited by Amine NADEF. The entire SEAVER website, pages and content, is the property of SEAVER.

SAS with a capital of 36 900 € – RCS (Trade and Company Registry): Caen 820 207 637
SIRET number: 820 207 637 00019
TVA: FR 61 820207637

Head office

17 rue Claude Bloch

14000 Caen

+33 (0) 6 49 88 92 79


The entire SEAVER website, design, graphics and applications, was created and developed by the BRAIN FACTORY agency.

For more information, please visit the website: http://brainfactory.ma/

Brain Factory

+ 33 (0) 6 69 79 43 67



In compliance with the articles L. 111-1 and L. 123-1 of the Intellectual Property Code, the entire contents of this website (texts, pictures, videos and media in general), unless otherwise stated, is protected by copyright. The reproduction, even partial, of the contents of this website’s pages without prior agreement of SEAVER is strictly prohibited. Short quotations are permitted under French law for comments and criticisms, as long as the latters are strictly concurrent and the original author and Internet link to the source page are specified.


According to the provisions of the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, all your computerized personal data are treated in the strictest confidence. You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete any data concerning you. You simply need to request it online or via mail by indicating your name, first name, and address.

This website is declared to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) No 2152485 v 0.

  1. What are cookies and how is Seaver using them?

Cookies are small text files, images, or software that are stored on the hard drive of your computer, phone, or any other device that allows you to surf the Internet, when you visit our website, depending on the choices you made. They will help us recognize your device when you connect to our website.

Cookies allow us to produce statistics as well as visits and uses analyses of our website and services’ different sections and contents, which we then use to improve our website’s content. Information about your navigation are deleted or anonymised:

  • after 90 days when the data are used to give you relevant advertisements and personalized content;
  • after 6 months when the data are used to produce statistics as well as visits and uses analyses of our website and services’ different sections and contents.

When you navigate within our site, you consent by default to install those cookies on your browser. To refuse them, you can configure the preferences of your web browser.

  1. Third-party cookies

Our website can contain links from and/or to partner companies and other third-party websites. If you visit one of these sites, please be aware that they have their own confidentiality policy and that our responsibility stops as soon as you leave our website. Check the confidentiality policy before transmitting personal data to third-party websites.

  1. Third-party application cookies integrated on our Website or our Services

We may include a third-party computer application in some of the functionalities of our website or services, allowing the users of our website or services to share contents. These include Facebook’s “Share” or “Like” buttons, or other buttons such as “Twitter”, “LinkedIn”, “Viadeo”, etc.

The social media providing one of these applications may be able to identify you through these buttons and their own cookies, even if you did not use them while consulting our website or services, but simply because you have an open account on your web browser for the social media in question. We do not have any control over the process employed by these social media to collect data, and thus invite you to consult their own confidentiality policies.

For more information on cookies, their functioning and their use, you can visit the following website: www.cnil.fr

Our advice: do not deactivate cookies, as it will prevent you from fully benefiting from the features of some websites, whose service propositions might depend on the use of these cookies.

You can modify the management of cookies, by changing your browser’s settings;

If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  • In Internet Explorer, click on the “Settings” button, and then on “Internet Settings”
  • In the General tab, under “Browser History”, select “Preferences”
  • Click on the “Display Files” button
  • Click on the column header “Name” to sort the files by alphabetical order, then scroll through the list until you see files whose names start with the prefix “Cookie”. (all cookies possess this prefix and usually also contain the name of the website that created the cookie)
  • Select the concerned cookie(s) and delete them
  • Close the window with the files list, and then double click on OK to return to Internet Explorer

You will find more information about cookies when using Microsoft at this address: http://www.microsoft.com/info/cookies.htm?RLD=291

If you are using FireFox:

  • Go to the “Settings” tab of the browser, and select the “Options” menu
  • In the window that opens, choose “Privacy” and click on “Display Cookies”
  • Identify concerned files, select them, and delete them

If you are using Google Chrome:

  • Click on the “Settings” button of the menu
  • Select “Options
  • Click on the “Advanced” tab and access the “Privacy” section
  • Click on the “Display Cookies” button
  • Identify concerned files, select them, and delete them
  • Click “Close” to go back to your browser

If you are using Safari:

  • In your browser, pick the menu “Edit > Preferences”
  • Click on “Safety”
  • Click on “Display Cookies”
  • Select concerned cookies and click on “Delete”, or “Delete all”
  • After deleting cookies, click on “Done”