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Technician work at pumping out 2,380 tons of fuel from the stricken cruise liner Costa Concordia lying aground in front of the Isola del Giglio (Giglio island) on January 26, 2012 after hitting underwater rocks on January 13. Rescue workers searching the site of the Italian cruise wreck for missing people said the same day that the time had come to accept that there was no chance of finding survivors. (Photo credit: FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)

Choppy Waters Ahead For Carnival; CEO Speaks Out

The fire-damaged Costa Allegra will never again sail for Costa Cruise lines, the subsidiary of Doral based Carnival Cruise Lines said Friday, but despite the line’s problems including the sinking of the Costa Concordia Carnival CEO Mickey Arison said Costa will remain part of Carnival.

CBS4–03/09/2012

Rotterdam based SMIT and Livorno based NERI salvage workers start their work of diesel recovery on a pontoon from the the cruise ship Costa Concordia that lies stricken off the shore of the island of Giglio  on January 24, 2012 in Giglio Porto, Italy. Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)

More Shipwreck Survivors Join Suit Against Carnival, Costa

Miami-based Carnival Cruise Lines is now facing a revised lawsuit which adds more plaintiffs and claims that seek millions of dollars in damages in last month’s Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster.

CBS4–02/14/2012

The cruise ship Costa Concordia lies stricken off the shore of the island of Giglio, on January 17, 2012 in Giglio Porto, Italy. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)

Audio: Coast Guard Ordered Cruise Captain Back On Board

“You Get on board! This is an order!”, that was the command given to the captain of the stricken cruise ship Costa Concordia by an Italian Coast Guard official after the ship hit rocks Friday night.

CBS4–01/17/2012

View of the Costa Concordia taken on January 14, 2012, after the cruise ship ran aground and keeled over off the Isola del Giglio, last night.   (Source: FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)

S. Fla. Cruise Company: Ship Stuck Submerged Rock Before Tipping

The South Florida company of a luxury cruise ship that ran aground and tipped over, leaving at least three dead and 70 people still unaccounted for, said the ship struck a submerged rock before tilting.

CBS4–01/14/2012