Monday, February 27, 2012

The ship company Costa, drifting off the Seychelles

A company of Costa Crociere ship is adrift in the Seychelles lag after a fire, an official said Monday.
Cruise ship, which has over 1,000 people on board, passengers and crew members, left in Madagascar and the Seychelles headed.
Another ship of this company, Costa Concordia, the shipwrecked on January 13 near the Italian island of Giglio, killing 32 people.
The commander of this ship of 187 meters in length, sailing in the Indian Ocean, "a fire broke out in the morning the generator room was off".
"All passengers in good health and regularly informed about the events, was regrouped as a precaution the points

in an emergency meeting on the ship," continued the Italian Coast Guard in a statement.
"Costa Allegra currently has no propulsion capacity" because of fire "but its means of communication operate normally," the communiqué added.
Italian coastguard alerted the Seychelles authorities that "the local jurisdiction for relief operations" and ensure that commercial ships have already identified which could move the wayward cruise ship.

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