On 16 September 2013, the parbuckling of the ship began. , Schettino said that, before approaching the island, he turned off the alarm system for the ship's computer navigation system. " Costa Cruises CEO Pier Luigi Foschi praised the crew and personnel, despite difficulties resulting from the apparent lack of direction from the ship's officers and problems in communication. The cruise ship Costa Concordia lying on its side after running aground off Giglio Island, Italy, 2012. Tout ce qui suit a été tiré du rapport d'enquête du ministère des transports italien et de la boîte noire du navire. "Allez-y immédiatement ".  Staff or 2nd captain Roberto Bosio, is said to have coordinated some of the deck officers in much of the evacuation. Between 14 and 30 January 2012, rescue divers searched within the ship for missing people and recovered most of the bodies.  Prime Minister Mario Monti announced his intention to propose to the President of the Republic to grant the gold medal for civil valor to the common people of Isola del Giglio and Monte Argentario for their conduct during the rescue. Cruise Speed: 20 knots (36 km/h), max.  The impact sheared two long strips of steel from the ship's hull; these were later found on the seabed 92 to 96 metres (302 to 315 ft) from the main island. En effet, celui-ci aurait tardé à donner l'alarme (alors que l'équipage même avait conscience de la gravité de la situation) et aurait refusé de retourner à bord du navire après l'avoir quitté. Carnival, the parent line of Costa, and several other cruise lines now require safety instruction, referred to as muster drills, before leaving port. Earlier, five crew were also convicted of multiple manslaughter and causing personal injury. Mettez la main devant le micro et parlez d'une voix plus forte, c'est clair ? Island residents were concerned that the wreck would be an eyesore that turned away tourists, disabling the island's economy.  The offloading process required fixing valves to the underwater fuel tanks, one on top, one on the bottom. Depth: 8,2 m Most of them were evacuated over a period of less than two hours, mostly by lifeboats and in few cases by swimming ashore. Disaster in which a cruise ship capsized and sank on 13 January 2012, Aground with rigid lifeboats in foreground and inflatables hanging from the side of the ship. , Costa Concordia was officially declared a "constructive total loss" by the cruise line's insurer, and her salvage was "one of the biggest maritime salvage operations.  Launching systems must enable the lowering of the lifeboats under 20° of list and 10° of pitch.. The Concordia, pictured on January 15, 2012, was on a Mediterranean cruise from Rome when it hit rocks off the coast of Giglio. , In a separate trial for manslaughter and causing the loss of the ship, Captain Francesco Schettino sought a plea bargain agreement. The captain tested negative for drug and alcohol use, but one group that is suing Costa Cruises and that leaked the test results, disputed the tests as unreliable. , It was announced on 21 April 2012 that the American salvaging firm Titan Salvage and Italian underwater construction firm Micoperi would attempt to refloat and remove the wreck, so it can be safely broken up in port, in the largest ship refloating project. Cruise Speed: 20 knots (36 km/h), max. Rescuers search the waters near the stricken ship on January 16, 2012. In a first step to prevent pollution of the shore and assist in a refloat the ship, her oil and fuel tanks were emptied. 21 h 34 min 9 s : le commandant Francesco Schettino arrive sur la passerelle. , At 01:04, an Air Force officer who was lowered on board by helicopter reported that there were still 100 people on board. The vessel was then listing to starboard, initially by about 20°, coming to rest by 22:44 at Punta del Gabbianara in about 20 metres of water at an angle of heel of about 70°. Vous allez à bord et vous nous dites combien il y a de gens. , All operations planned for the wreck, including defuelling, were conducted jointly by Costa Cruises and the Concordia Emergency Commissioner's Office. Durant environ 20 heures (entre le lundi 16 septembre 2013 au matin et les premières heures de la nuit du mardi 17 septembre 2013), l'opération de redressement de l'épave est réalisée avec succès, ce qui est une première mondiale pour un bâtiment de cette taille. Most of the restaurateurs and business owners across the island hold nothing against the salvage crews who they feel are the only hope for getting rid of the rotting vessel. Francesco Schettino has been convicted of manslaughter and causing the shipwreck, as well as of abandoning the capsizing vessel with passengers and crew still aboard.  On 9 February, the CEO of Costa Cruises told residents of Giglio the company would have a plan by mid-March to remove the ship. Le 12 mai 2017, le commandant Francesco Schettino est condamné à 16 ans de prison ferme lors de son procès, peine confirmée en appel, son pourvoi en cassation a ensuite été rejeté par la cour de cassation italienne,. Montez sur la proue du navire par l'échelle et vous me dites ce qu'on peut faire, combien est-ce qu'il y a de gens, quels sont leurs besoins. "Mais vous vous rendez compte qu'il fait nuit et qu'ici on ne voit rien ? But in the last year since the salvage operation began at full tilt, the island has shifted from being a secluded utopia that attracted mainly birdwatchers hoping to spot Corsican seagulls, kestrals and goldcrests, or hikers who wanted to climb its solitary slopes, to what it is now: the epicenter of the largest-ever maritime salvage operation in the world. And even after the Concordia is rotated, the crews will have a lot of work to do to fix the starboard side and refloat the ship sometime next summer, meaning Giglio won't be going to normal any time soon. The delay in the evacuation request was also unexplained. Nous avons une panne de courant à bord et nous vérifions la situation à bord. The point of initial impact was 8 metres (26 ft) below water at the "Scola piccola", the most seaward exposed rock of Le Scole, which tore a 50-metre (160 ft) gash in the ship's port side below the water line.  The body of the last missing person, Indian crew member Russel Rebello, was recovered on 3 November 2014.  Schettino was released from jail on 17 January but was placed under house arrest. Despite having one of the most technologically advanced salvage operations every attempted happening in the harbor, it is still impossible to buy an iPhone charger or camera battery anywhere on the island, or read the day's newspapers until the 9:00 a.m. ferry docks -- if someone remembers to send them over from the mainland. He denies wrongdoing. " Shares in the Carnival Corporation, the American company that jointly owns (with Carnival plc) Costa Cruises, initially fell by 18% on 16 January 2012 following a statement by the group that the grounding of the ship could cost Carnival Corporation up to US$95 million (€75 million, £62 million). This was the only death to occur during the Costa Concordia salvage operation. Members of the Italian coast guard conduct a search-and-rescue mission on January 21, 2012.  The ship's first officer, Ciro Ambrosio, told investigators Schettino had left his reading glasses in his cabin and repeatedly asked Ambrosio to check the radar for him. The company Costa Cruises avoided a trial in April by agreeing to a €1 million fine, but victims are pursuing damages in a civil case. No one is ever in a particular hurry and the weather and food are just as wonderful as they were before the Concordia came to shore. L'injonction de De Falco à Schettino de remonter à bord et de faire son devoir, aussi énergique que peu châtiée, (vada a bordo, cazzo -traduction libre : remontez à bord, tête de con) devient une phrase culte, que des commerçants impriment sur des T-shirts, des casquettes, des porte-clés qui se vendent "comme des petits pains". , Between 14 and 30 January 2012, rescue divers searched within the ship for missing people. In addition, with neither the engines nor rudder functioning, the ship could not be steered. Secondly, the incident highlighted the common practice of large cruise liners, sailing unacceptably close to the coast. The more time passes, the weaker the hull becomes. Crew: 1.100 After grounding, passengers and crew were taken ashore from the ship by lifeboats and helicopters or swam to the island.  The salvage plan included the following operations:, (1) Funnel (chimney) is removed and a submerged platform is built to support the ship. Costa Concordia (call sign: IBHD, IMO number: 9320544, MMSI number: 247158500), with 3,206 passengers and 1,023 crew members on board, was sailing off Isola del Giglio on the night of 13 January 2012, having begun a planned seven-day cruise from Civitavecchia, Lazio, Italy, to Savona and five other ports. Le 14 janvier 2012, le commandant Francesco Schettino et le premier officier Ciro Ambrosio sont incarcérés par les autorités italiennes pour « homicide multiple, naufrage et abandon du navire, ». The noise—there was panic, like in a film, dishes crashing to the floor, people running, falling down the stairs and saying "cazzo", said a survivor.  Additional bone fragments of unknown identity were found in the wreck a few days after the body was found. ", "Get [back] on board, for fuck's sake!" Learn from the past: Stellar Daisy sinking: Two years on and what?  Tuscany's prosecutor general said that the investigation would seek to find causes for various aspects of the event, and beyond Schettino to other persons and companies. , The operation to right the ship and free her from the rocks began on 16 September 2013, but started late due to bad weather. The accident causes the death of 32 people as well as 193 injured. A man holds an Italian flag on his balcony overlooking the port of Giglio on January 13, 2013. Début avril 2013, il est annoncé que l'épave du navire sera renflouée, et non démantelée sur place. The ship's name appears above the water on Monday, July 21. and No. The Concordia is towed into the port of Genoa on July 27. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 15 novembre 2020 à 20:31. Januar 2012 läuft vor der italienischen Mittelmeerinsel Giglio das Kreuzfahrtschiff "Costa Concordia" auf Grund. The offer to uninjured passengers was effective until 31 March[year needed]; as to the families of the dead and missing, separate proposals were to be offered "based on their individual circumstances. READ: Has master mariner in charge of salvage met his match? Military rescue workers approach the cruise liner on January 22, 2012. The ship had been lying on its side for 20 months off the island of Giglio. Écoutez : il y a des gens qui descendent par l'échelle de proue. " On 29 January 2012, scientists had become "very concerned" that the ship had moved 3.5 centimetres (1.4 in) over six hours that day. "Leave them," she says. Sept autres employés de la compagnie Costa (quatre membres d'équipage et trois membres du personnel à terre) seront aussi poursuivis par la suite, pour « homicides par imprudence, naufrage et défaut de communication aux autorités maritimes.».  The salvage operation, using the port of Civitavecchia as its base was anticipated to begin in early May, take about 12 months and cost $300 million.  32 people are known to have died, and 64 others were injured. He is serving his sentence in Rebibbia Prison, Rome.  One of the hard disks contained videos from cameras located near the control board, which were expected to reveal the movements of the ship's captain and officers. A disassembly period of 2 years with over 1000 employees is estimated. While the change in direction made the later rescue easier, it caused the ship to start listing to the starboard side. As the Concordia approached Giglio Island several hours later, it deviated from its standard course, moving closer to the small Tuscan island for a maritime “salute,” a common practice that included the cruise ship sounding its horn; the Concordia had performed several in the past. Costa Cruises is jointly owned by a dual-listed company comprising the two separate companies Carnival Corporation and Carnival plc. Another report based on sonar and laser measurements, and an ISPRA underwater video, indicated that the ship might collapse in its midsection because its weight was not supported between the rock spur supporting the bow and the rock spur supporting the stern, and said at the time that both of those rocks had "now started crumbling dramatically".
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