Random Collection of Cruise Ships

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Also see.

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2014/06/12/queen-mary-ii-cruise-ship-depart-halifax-nova-scotia/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/09/28/queen-mary-2/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/11/25/veendam-cruise-ship-at-halifax/

 https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/11/25/yorktown-cruise-ship/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/11/25/seven-seas-navigator-cruise-ship/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/11/24/msc-poesia-cruise-ship-depart-from-halifax/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/09/28/norwegian-dawn-cruise-ship/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/09/28/carnival-glory-cruise-ship/

https://thevisionaryfolkphotographer.com/2013/09/27/grandeur-of-the-seas-cruise-ship/

Please scroll down below the photo gallery for tribute videos of the Concordia Cruise Ship. Sinking on Friday the 13th of 2012

Celebrity SUMMIT Cruise ship Departs from Halifax

Explorer of the Seas & Carnival Victory

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Memorial Tribute to the victims of the sinking of the Titanic and Halifax 3D slideshow

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Costa Concordia Captain Arrested

Live Coverage Costa Concordia Salvage Operation Completed. Island of Giglio,Italy.September 2013

Published on 17 Sep 2013

Live Coverage Costa Concordia Salvage Operation Completed. Island of Giglio,Italy.September 2013.
Salvage crews have completed raising the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise liner after a 19-hour long operation which ended in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
In one of the most expensive and complex maritime salvage missions ever attempted, the Concordia was pulled upright by a series of huge jacks and cables and set on an artificial platform.
A spokesperson for the technical team said everything had gone smoothly .

The cruise ship has lain on rocks off the island of Giglio for the last 20 months after it ran aground with more than 4,000 people on board.

Thirty-two people died in the incident, two bodies have yet to be recovered.

Now upright, salvage teams will spend months stabilising the ship before it is towed away for scrap.

Damage Costa Concordia after rising the ship

Published on 16 Sep 2013

How much is the Costa Concordia worth as scrap?

How the cruise ship, Costa Concordia went down

Water rushes into crippled Concordia

Published on 19 Jan 2012

Video shows water rushing down a staircase inside the crippled cruise liner Costa Concordia.

Costa Concordia underwater footage shows divers’ inspection

Published on 20 Jul 2013

sinking of the concordia caught on camera

Published on 20 Jul 2013

Costa Concordia disaster on January the 13th 2012

Uploaded on 15 Jan 2012

Video tributed to cruise ship Costa Concordia and to all people, who lost their lifes on that Friday the 13th night…

Costa Concordia 2012 – The First Pictures Inside The Ship

Uploaded on 16 Jan 2012

Friday January 13rd : The Costa Concordia carrying more than 3,200 passengers and 1,000 crew, hit a rock and sank in the shallow waters off the Italian island of Giglio. Concordia had just started the first leg of a seven-day cruise out of Rome’s port of Civitavecchia. According to Costa officials, most of the passengers were evacuated, but at least three people were killed and dozens more injured.

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