Costa Concordia - Full Investigation Report

Costa Concordia - Full Investigation Report
Costa_Concordia_-_Full_Investigation_Report.pdf
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7.32 MB
Version:
13 January 2012
Language:
English
Author:
Italy's Ministry of Infrastructures & Transports
Date:
17 March 2015
 
Notes

Incident Report

On 13 January 2012, whilst the Costa Concordia was in navigation in the Mediterranean Sea (Tyrrhenian sea, Italian coastline) with 4229 persons on board (3206 passengers and 1023 crewmembers), in favourable meteo-marine conditions, at 21 45 07 LT (local time) the ship suddenly collided with the “Scole Rocks” at the Giglio Island. Finally this collision resulted in a grounding at the Giglio Islangd ande was seriously listing. All persons on board had to abandon the ship. After ending rescue operations 4197 were rescued, 32 people died and 2 persons were missing.

 
 
 
 
 
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