A year after the wreck the Costa Concordia left its waters, the picture-perfect Italian island is struggling to stay afloat economically.
Francesco Schettino, the former captain of the Coast Concordia, has written about the 2012 disaster in a new 600-page book that promises to give his version of the story. Francesco Schettino was in command of the Costa Concordia when it wrecked along Italian island of Giglio in January 2012, killing 32 people people. Show More Summary
The wreck of the Costa Concordia has been successfully transferred to ship repair area in the Port of Genoa where the remainder of the dismantling project will be carried out. According [...] The post Photos and Video from the Costa Concordia’s Transfer to Genoa appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
The Costa Concordia is back at sea for the final time while under tow to a new dock at the Port of Genoa where the final phases of the dismantling project will take place. [...] The post Costa Concordia Back At Sea for One Final Voyage appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
The Costa Concordia wreck is ready to be moved to a new dock about 10 miles away from its current location, where the ship will continue to be dismantled. Since [...] The post Costa Concordia Ready for 10-Mile Tow appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Martime disasters including high profile incidents – such as the Costa Concordia disaster, Sewol ferry sinking and Norman Atlantic ferry fire – have made banner headlines in recent years but, [...] The post Infographic – Ship Losses Reach 10 Year Low appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Crowley Maritime Corp.’s Houston-based subsidiary TITAN Salvage and Italian engineering partner Micoperi were honored with the International Salvage Union
The doomed Costa Concordia was carrying a huge shipment of Mafia-owned cocaine when it set off on its final voyage, AP reports quoting investigators who have collected evidence.
Some new video has surfaced online filmed from inside the Costa Concordia. The video appears to be filmed by man sneaking onboard the vessel at night in Genoa, where the [...] The post This (Illegal) ‘Urbex’ Video from Inside the Costa Concordia Wreck is Super Creepy appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
He might be facing 16 years in jail for manslaughter after his ship ran aground killing 32 people, but that apparently hasn't stopped Francesco Schettino from flirting with TV celebrity fame. See also: Costa Concordia captain sentenced...Show More Summary
More than three years after the Costa Concordia ran aground in Giglio, the effort to dismantle and recycle the Costa Concordia continues nearly around-the-clock in Italy. The post The Four Phases of the Costa Concordia Dismantling Project appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Francesco Schettino made a last-ditch appeal to be to cleared of the 2012 disaster.
A court convicted the Costa Concordia’s commander of the manslaughter deaths of 32 people in the cruise liner’s capsizing off the Italian coast and sentenced him Wednesday to some 16 years in prison, blaming him for causing the 2012 shipwreck and for doing what sea captains should never do — abandoning ship while passengers and […]
The captain of the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship was convicted Wednesday of multiple charges of manslaughter and sentenced to 16 years in jail, Italian court officials said.
GROSSETO, Italy — The captain of the capsized Costa Concordia cruise ship was convicted and sentenced Wednesday to 16 years and one month in prison for multiple counts of manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning ship in the 2012...Show More Summary
Former Costa Concordia captain Francesco Schettino was found guilty on numerous charges, including several counts of manslaughter. The former captain is accused of negligence, which contributed to a devastating 2012 shipwreck and the deaths of 32 people. Show More Summary
Captain Francesco Schettino was sentenced to 16 years in prison after an Italian court found him guilty of manslaughter today for his role in the 2012 sinking of the Costa Concordia.
Capt. Schettino was sentenced to 16 years for crashing his ship. He escaped much heavier penalties. Has he learned his lesson? Probably. Has the cruise industry? Maybe.
The captain of the capsized Costa Concordia luxury liner has been convicted of multiple charges of manslaughter and sentenced to 16 years in jail, closing down a trial that's been running since July 2013 and ending one of the more jaw-dropping and avoidable maritime disasters in recent memory, reports the...
More than three years after Carnival’s Costa Concordia cruise ship crashed near the Tuscan island of Giglio, ultimately resulting in the deaths of 32 people, the captain of that ship has been found guilty of manslaughter by an Italian court. CNN reports that the 19-month trial of Captain Francesco Schettino has concluded with a three-judge panel deciding he is … [More]