Maritime history: Costa Concordia disaster. ’Ndrangheta, the … The footage provides an eerie fisheye view of the wreck of the Concordia which appears remarkably intact despite the 18 months she has spent under the Tyrrhenian Sea.

The doomed Costa Concordia was carrying a huge shipment of Mafia-owned cocaine when it set off on its final voyage, investigators have said.
Footage of the sunken Costa Concordia shows possessions strewn among the wreckage including clothing, packaging, books and papers ... A spokesman for Costa Cruises said technical and … Dramatic footage of a Costa Concordia crew member telling passengers to 'Go back to your cabins' has emerged. The Feb. 12 effort will feature interviews with passengers and unseen footage of the January cruise liner disaster that left 17 dead. Costa Concordia captain to appeal against 16-year prison sentence for manslaughter – video. This video is unavailable. incredible séquence into the costa concordia !!! A startling video revealing the inside of the Costa Concordia cruise liner has been released days before experts will attempt to tow away the luxury ship, which sunk off the Italian coast in … On January 13, 2012, the Ananias family—Dean, 66, Georgia, 63, and their daughters Valerie, 32, and Cindy, 25, of Los Angeles—set off on a dream cruise aboard the luxurious Costa Concordia. The wrecked Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia has been successfully raised from the under-sea platform it has been resting on for the past year, salvage workers say.

Watch Queue Queue Wreck of the Costa Concordia, one of the largest cruise ships ever built, raised from sea bed; 952-foot ship ran aground in January 2012 on Tuscan island of Giglio, killing 32 passengers The plea came despite the luxury liner being fatally holed and … The Sinking of the Concordia: Caught on Camera, broadcast on 11 April 2012, provided a minute-by-minute anatomy of the Costa Concordia disaster, made almost entirely from passengers' mobile phone and video camera footage. Six years are marking today since the fatal grounding of Costa Concordia cruise ship in the Mediterranean Sea, resulting in 32 deaths, 64 serious injuries, and a ship total loss.