Costa Concordia, the ship which tragically capsized on the italian island of Giglio in January 2012 now looks completely different.
The newly stretched MSC Armonia has set sail on it’s inaugural cruise months after first entering the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.
The past week the cruise industry has witnessed Quantum of the Seas crossing to Atlantic ocean, Regal Princess christening and now Costa Cruises new flagship, Costa Diadema has been officially named.
Human remains have been found while workers were dismantling the Costa Concordia in Genoa, Italy.
Italian authorities have announced that bone remains have been found while searching the Costa Concordia wreckage before scrapping procedure’s begin. Since the Concordia arrived at the port in Genoa, Italy search teams and divers have started an operation to find the remains of the last remaining missing person. Crew member Russel
Costa Concordia has completed its very last voyage by being towed by tug boats and arriving at the Port of Genoa, Italy for scrapping. The ship was boarded by Pilots from the port of Genoa at around 5am Sunday morning as the Concordia wreckage was near to entering Prà-Voltri port. The
The Costa Concordia wreck has finally gone from the views of the Italian island of Giglio. The ship departed the island at 11 am local time towards Genoa, Italy where it will be scrapped at the shipyard. operations began way before at 6 am where engineers had been making final
A new video has been released from inside the Costa Concordia wreckage which has been stuck on the rocks of the Italian island of Giglio since January 2012. The Telegraph has released the new footage which shows divers going inside the ship. They go into sunken areas and areas which
The Italian Government yesterday decided that the Costa Concordia will be towed to Genoa, Italy from its current position on the Italian island of Giglio. The Concordia wreck will be towed by Titan Micoperi which is the same company that’s floating Concordia in preparation for the tow. The company will tow the
There have been calls by officials to remove the Costa Concordia wreckage now before it causes anymore harm to the Italian island of Giglio. Italian Emergency Commissioner Franco Gabrielli is the official stating that the ship should be towed away as soon as possible to the nearest port of Poimbino