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9320544
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38.0 m
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291.0 m
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Italy
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Position:
AIS Status :
Moving
Kurs:
286.1° / -128.0
Kompasskurs:
511.0° / -128.0
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Status:
moving
Gebiet:
Mediterranean Sea
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vor 2445 Tagen
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Italy marks 10th anniversary of sinking

Thu Jan 13 12:15:33 CET 2022 Timsen

Itally on Jan 13, 2022, marks the 10th anniversary of the sinking of the 'Costa Concordia' off Giglio. In the evening, at the same time when the ship struck the rocks, a candlelit commemoration and prayers will take place in memory of the victims. Some survivors have been back to Giglio in gratitude to the islanders who helped them make it out alive. - Jan. 13, 2012: The Costa Concordia slams into a reef off Italy’s Giglio island after the captain, Francesco Schettino, ordered it taken off course and brought it close to shore in a stunt. It drifts without power until it comes to rest on its side offshore. After weeks of searches, rescue crews confirm 32 people died. Jan. 15, 2012: Prosecutor Francesco Verusio confirms passenger allegations that Schettino abandoned the Concordia before all the passengers and crew had been evacuated. - Jan. 17, 2012: Schettino is placed under house arrest. - Jan. 17, 2012: Dramatic audio of the shipwreck is broadcast in which Coast Guard Cmdr. Gregorio De Falco uses colorful expletives to order Schettino to get back on board to coordinate the evacuation. “You’ve abandoned ship! I’m in charge now,” De Falco yells. “Go back and report to me how many passengers there are and what they need. … Perhaps you saved yourself from the sea, but I’ll make you pay for this, damn it!” - Jan. 20, 2012: Costa’s CEO tells Italian state TV that Schettino relayed inaccurate information to the company and crew and downplayed the seriousness of the situation after the ship hit the rocks, delaying the mobilization of proper assistance. - July 9, 2013: Schettino goes on trial for manslaughter, abandoning ship and causing the shipwreck. The trial is held in a 1,000-seat theater on the mainland in Grosseto, a spacious venue so survivors and relatives of victims can attend. - July 20, 2013: Five Costa employees are convicted of manslaughter in a separate trial, receiving sentences of less than three years after entering plea bargains. - Sept. 17, 2013: Fog horns wail shortly after 4 a.m. to announce the 'Costa Concordia' had been wrenched from its side and reached vertical after 19-hour operation using chains and weighted tanks to right it from the seabed. - Oct. 8, 2013: The remains of one of the two people still missing is located by divers working on the wreck, later identified as Italian Maria Grazia Trecarichi. - Feb. 1, 2014: A Spanish diver working on the wreckage dies after apparently gashing his leg on an underwater metal sheet, news reports say. - July 23, 2014: As boat sirens wail and bells toll, the wreck begins its final voyage as it is towed from Giglio to be turned into scrap. It arrives in Genoa’s shipyard on July 27. - Nov. 3, 2014: The body of Indian waiter Russel Rebello, the last missing victim, is found by crews dismantling the vessel for scrap in Genoa.

Court ruling: Costa Cruises will have to compensate a castaway on the 'Costa Concordia'

Tue Dec 28 11:30:45 CET 2021 Timsen

Costa Cruises will have to compensate a castaway on the 'Costa Concordia'. This was decided by the Court of Genoa which recognized the pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage suffered by Ernesto Carusotti, one of the passengers of the cruise ship. The Civil Section I of the Court of Genoa accepted the thesis of the Codacons which defended Carusotti; Judge Paolo Gibelli acknowledged Costa Cruises' responsibility and the post-traumatic stress damage suffered by the passenger as a result of the accident. The Genoa Court sentenced Costa Cruises to compensate Carusotti with 77.000 Euros for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damage suffered as a result of the shipwreck, and to pay 15,692 Euros for legal fees. Castaways from Concordia who intend to initiate a similar legal action against Costa Cruises and obtain compensation for the damage suffered, can contact the association by sending an email to info@codacons.it.

Operations of Micoperi on Giglio finished

Wed May 09 12:02:35 CEST 2018 Timsen

The Ravenna-based company Micoperi on May 7 concluded the reclamation of the seabed of the island of Giglio where the "Costa Concordia" was wrecked. The recovery of the wreck and transfer to Genoa for the dismantling were carried out by Micoperi with Titan, a consortium just on May 7, 2012. The operations of righting of the wreck were concluded on September 16, 2014.

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