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23 November 2012 Passengers on cruise holidays are still being put at risk from sub-standard safety procedures, a maritime union has warned. The international union, Nautilus, said that although new moves to improve safety on cruise ships were
Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board have recently joined the investigation into the deadly shipwreck of the Costa Concordia in January. The investigation, which is separate from the criminal probe, is led by Italian authorities. The
The cruise industry has added several new safety procedures in the wake of the Costa Concordia disaster. European Cruise Council (ECC) address issues related to life jacket stowage on newly constructed ships, the synchronization of bridge operating
The captain of Italia cruise liner Costa Concordia that hit a Tuscan island in January killing 32 people on Friday said he expected an apology from all those who called him 'captain coward' for abandoning ship. "All I read about me are indecent
Reinsurance Opportunities Fund Ltd, which is listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange, has announced its likely insured loss payout for the partially sank Costa Concordia has now reached $1.172 billion. On January 13, cruise ship Costa Concordia hit a
The Costa Concordia ran aground on a Tuscan island reef last January, causing the evacuation of over 4,000 passengers and crew members, and the deaths of 32.
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: 10:11 a.m. EST , November 13, 2012 Costa Cruises and its partners Titan/Micoperi recently launched a new website to provide information about the refloating of the Costa Concordia cruise ship.
Stefano Rellandini/Reuters Nine months after the Costa Concordia cruise ship smashed into the Tuscan island of Giglio, one passenger is finally set to get his suitcase back after it washed ashore 17 miles away on a different island. The suitcase,
The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Nov. 02 2012, 11:51 AM EDT Last updated Friday, Nov. 02 2012, 11:51 AM EDT When the Costa Concordia struck rock off the west coast of Italy in January, leaving 32 people dead, so sank the heart of the cruise
A dramatic increase in the number of giant cruise ships steaming into Venice is bringing what residents fear is a vulgar touch of Las Vegas to a city known for more than a thousand years as La Serenissima. There has been a dramatic increase in the