Sinking of the Costa Concordia Cruise Ship

What a terrible end to such a beautiful magnificent ship..

2014 Juli Costa Concordia: In memory of the 32 Victims who lost their life that dark day

Published on Jul 27, 2014

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How the cruise ship Costa Concordia went down

Published on Jan 16, 2012

CNN’s Tom Foreman explains how the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia went down.

Video of Costa Cruise Ship Sailing Close To Shore

Uploaded on Jan 17, 2012 – This video was shot in 2010 while on assignment in Dubrovnik, Croatia. At the time, we were shocked to see the Costa ship sailing so close to the shore so we stopped our video shoot so I could get this footage. Is this something that Costa encouraged its Captains to do? In light of the Concordia tragedy, this video has a whole new meaning.

Costa Concordia, new video on the escape 11/02/2012

Uploaded on Feb 12, 2012

ROME – After yesterday’s – in which the captain responds Schettino “vabbuò” to those who pointed out that passengers come down to the boats – Tg5 airs new exclusive images of the tragic sinking of the Costa Concordia. Are 22:42 on 13 January and has just been given the abandon ship: the images show the crew uncertain about what to do and how to adjust the lifeboats.

Among the Italian staff to frame someone leaves and takes the opportunity to send a message home: “Mom, we’ll make it,” he says. Some even joking.

Among the foreign staff there are still those jokes: a woman who apparently not realized the enormity of what’s happening.

There are also those who, an hour from the impact, still wearing his tuxedo. Other scenes show the good will but also the uncertainties of the crew, trying to work to figure out how to pull off the boats.

In one sequence we also see a person who, in transactions, falls overboard and is rescued by lifeboat.

Other images also seem to turn right from the edge of one of the boats used to bring the castaways to the ground.

At midnight, more than an hour after leaving the ship, you see small lifeboat adrift: will be retrieved later.

Others are able to reach port, Giglio. From the dock you can see the ship and bite some lights that indicate people remaining on board, those that have not yet managed to save themselves, while a helicopter tries to help them.

Costa Concordia amateur video shows evacuation in progress

First Person: Surviving the Costa Concordia

Published on Jan 15, 2012

A British couple who boarded the Costa Concordia just seven hours before it ran aground on Friday spoke on Sunday of their ordeal as they attempted to leave the stricken vessel. (Jan. 15)

Cruise Ship Survivors: Crew Acted Too Slowly

Published on Jan 14, 2012

Passengers aboard a cruise ship that ran aground off the coast of Italy say the crew failed to give instructions on how to evacuate and delayed lowering the lifeboats until the ship was listing too heavily. (Jan. 14)

sinking of the concordia filmed by passengers

Published on Jul 20, 2013

Costa Concordia coast guard tape: Get back on board Captain Schettino!

Uploaded on Jan 17, 2012

In a newly-released audio recording, the Italian coast guard appears to order the captain of the Costa Concordia to return to the capsized ship and help with the rescue operation.

Footage courtesy of Corrierre della Sera

Raw Video: Divers in Grounded Costa Concordia

ublished on Jan 25, 2012

Rescue teams continue their search for the missing inside the capsized Costa Concordia cruise liner. The Italian fire service released more video showing divers searching the interior of the ship on Tuesday. Video silent from source. (Jan. 25)

Evidence mounts against cruise ship captain

Uploaded on Jan 15, 2012

Maritime authorities, passengers and mounting evidence pointed toward the captain of a cruise liner that ran aground and capsized off the Tuscan coast, amid accusations that he abandoned ship before everyone was safely evacuated and was showing off when he steered the vessel far too close to shore.

The Costa Crociera company, which owns the Costa Concordia cruise ship, released a statement refuting the earlier claims by Captain Francisco Schettino, saying that the captain had “made an error of judgment which has had serious consequences.”

Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan reports from Isola Del Giglio, Italy.

Costa Concordia sinking 13.1.2012-The End

Uploaded on Jan 21, 2012

The end of costa concordia, Video from the inside the ship shows people trying to get off the ship . and the rescue operation from sinking ship.

National Geographic The Disaster of The Costa Concordia Full Documentary HD

Published on Aug 5, 2014

Discovery Inside Raising the Concordia

Published on Sep 17, 2014

Costa Concordia: New video of the inside of sunken cruise ship

Published on Jul 3, 2014

Days before salvage workers attempt the historic task of refloating the marooned Costa Concordia, newly released video has revealed the ghostly world — frozen in time — deep inside the luxury cruise ship.

Police divers entering the 950 foot vessel, which smashed into rocks on the Italian island of Giglio in 2012, have captured startling footage of shredded metal work and eerie staircases, shops and corridors, as well as drifting possessions and furniture.

The video is a snap shot of the panic struck last moments of the Costa Concordia as 4,200 passengers and crew fled and 32 drowned, while the holed ship tilted onto shallow rocks.

Guidance: this video has no sound
Video courtesy: Italian Carabinieri

Damage Costa Concordia after raising the ship

Published on Sep 16, 2013

Wreck Tour of the Costa Concordia (14.06.2014) – Project Completion 90%

Published on Jun 23, 2014

I traveled on 06/14/2014 to Giglio Island (Italy) to look at me the Wreck of the Costa Concordia. It was an impressive and at the same time frightening sight.
The ship collided on January 13, 2012 off the island of Giglio in the Mediterranean with a rock, sprang a leak, standing at around 65 degree list, just north of the small harbor of the island due. On September 17, 2013, the wreck was raised and now rests on a platform anchored to the seabed. In the summer of 2014, the Costa Concordia is to be removed and then scrapped in Genoa.

Costa Concordia finally clear of Giglio, destined for dismemberment

Published on Jul 23, 2014

The Costa Concordia’s last trip is to a scrap heap.

The Italian island of Giglio, on the peninsula’s Tuscan thigh, will finally have a clear view of Corsica once again. Two and a half times the tonnage of the Titanic, the hulk is making its way to Genoa, tugged up the coast under escort, after the largest salvage operation of a ship in history.

Timelapse of Costa Concordia towed to Genoa for scrapping

Published on Jul 23, 2014

Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia sets sail from the Tuscan island on its final voyage to a breaker’s yard in Genoa

Costa Concordia wreck docks in Genoa

Published on Jul 27, 2014

It has taken two and a half years and one of the biggest maritime salvage operations in history, but the Costa Concordia finally docked in Genoa on Sunday.

Towed into the Italian port where she began life nine years ago the hulk of the luxury liner will now be broken up for scrap.

32 people died after the Concordia hit a reef off Italy’s Island of Giglio in 2012.

A look inside the Costa Concordia – Slide show

Published on Feb 16, 2014

Interno della Costa Concordia dopo 2 anni di inabissamentoSlide show

Published on Jul 26, 2014

Costa Concordia as it looks today (January 2014)

Published on Jan 10, 2014

The latest video shot from drones of the Costa Concordia wreckage off Giglio Island in Italy. The video shows how little of the wreckage is above the water now that the ship has been righted.

In the video, as the drone flies around the starboard side of the vessel (nearest the land), it shows the damage and discoloration caused when the ship rested on that side underwater for more than a year.
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