What happens when a cruise ship passenger dies on a cruise. On 13 January 2012 the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground and overturned after striking an underwater rock off Isola del Giglio Tuscany resul.
When launched in 2005 it was Italys largest cruise ship measuring 951 feet 290 metres long with a passenger capacity of 3780.
Concordia cruise ship. Inside The Concordia gives you an eyewitness account of the tragedy as the Concordia runs aground. The Concordia on a week-long Mediterranean cruise speared a jagged granite reef when prosecutors allege Schettino steered the ship too close to Giglios rocky shores as. Girolamo Giuseppe Cruise Ship Musician Death Death Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Sinking January 13 2012.
The captain of the Costa Concordia has been permitted to go aboard the shipwreck for the first time since it capsized two years ago as part of a new court-ordered search. The captain of the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia has been found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to 16 years in prison. Victims of the Costa Concordia disaster The 70-metre gash allowed water to pour in and the ship eventually capsized and came to rest on its side at a location known as Seagull Point just outside the harbour on the island of Giglio in January last year hours into a seven-day cruise.
As an operation to refloat the 114500-tonne cruise ship continues more unseen photographs have emerged. Captain Francesco Schettino was on the bridge when the ship. THIS is the Costa Concordia as youve never seen it its glamorous bars decks and rooms now just ghostly remains after lying abandoned for more than two years.
Amy Lynn Bradley Passenger Cruise Ship Death Rhapsody of the Seas March 24 1998. Incredible images of the shipwrecked Costa Concordia by German photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski provide a never-before-seen glimpse into the. Costa Concordia the Italian cruise ship that sank off the coast of Italy in January 2012 is finally leaving her resting place.
Captain Francesco Schettino walks in Giglio port after boarding the wreck of the Costa Concordia cruise ship just off the coast of the Giglio island Feb. The Costa Concordia was owned by Costa Crociere a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation PLC. The Concordia was supposed to take passengers on a seven-day Italian cruise from Civitavecchia to Savona.
On the evening of January 13th 2012 the cruise industry was forever changed after the modern family cruise ship the Costa Concordia collided with rocks a. Today January 13 marks the 8th anniversary of the Costa Concordia disaster which left 32 dead 157 injured in the tragedy and 4000 passengers and crew traumatized after the cruise ship run aground at Isola del Giglio an island off the coast of Tuscany Italy. By comparison the Titanic was 8825 feet 269 metres long and could accommodate up to 2435 passengers.
What happened Thirty-two people died after the Costa Concordia cruis ship ran aground with more than 4000 passengers and. The ship is being towed to a port in Genoa Italy where it will be. The effort to dismantle the ill-fated Costa Concordia continues in Genoa Italy with approximately 200 technicians now working to cut up and remove all.
The Costa Concordia cruise ship sits in front of the harbor of Giglio Island after it was refloated using air tanks attached to its sides on Tuesday. The human and environmental toll captured the attention of the public eye and now Discovery Channel takes you inside the stranded ship. Storyline Discovery will take you to where few have gone and where nobody wants to be.
The Costa Concordia cruise ship sits in front of the harbor of Giglio Island after it was refloated using air tanks attached to its sides on Tuesday. John McNeece 75 Natural Causes Cruise Industry Event September 4 2015. But when it deviated from its planned path.