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Divers recover a 17th body from Concordia, weather delays salvage
Divers searching the Costa Concordia wreck on Saturday recovered the body of a woman, bringing the confirmed death toll to 17, Reuters and other news agencies report from Giglio, Italy.…
Cruise industry undertakes operational safety review
In response to the Costa Concordia incident, a cruise industry operational safety review was announced by Cruise Lines International Association. CLIA said the review will include a ‘comprehensive assessment of…
Costa offers settlement for Concordia passengers
Costa Crociere on Friday offered to compensate passengers who returned home, uninjured, from the Costa Concordia wreck a lump sum of €11,000 ($14,458).
Satellite imagery provider DigitalGlobe has released a picture of Costa Concordia from space. The image was taken on Jan. 17, four days after the vessel capsized after hitting rocks off…
German travel association issues Safety Guide for agents
In response to the Costa Concordia tragedy and the resulting increased public awareness regarding maritime safety, the German Travel Association (DRV) has released a Cruise Safety Q&A-Guide for travel agents.…
Wm. Blair sees RCL Q4 in-line, price uptick since Concordia
William Blair & Co. expects Royal Caribbean to meet the brokerage’s 16-cent earnings per share estimate for the fourth quarter, within guidance of 9 cents to 19 cents, and said…
Seatrade Insider Costa Concordia story archive is available
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After Concordia, more cruise line CEOs speak out on safety specifics
The latest ceos to speak publicly about the Costa Concordia tragedy and assure passengers that safety is their top priority include Norwegian Cruise Line’s Kevin Sheehan, Celebrity Cruises’ Dan Hanrahan…
Siim Kallas, European commissioner for transport, has asked that the currently ongoing review of EU passenger ship safety legislation take fully into account any lessons to be learnt from the…
Salvage company SMIT has been given the go ahead to start preliminary work for the removal of fuel from the stricken Costa Concordia. Yesterday SMIT positioned a work/crane barge alongside…
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