Firm Weighing Options for Removing Costa Concordia

Costa Crociere and Dockwise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V., have signed a contract valued at about $30 million that ensures the world’s largest semi-submersible ship will be available when the uprighted Costa Concordia is refloated next year so it can be removed from Giglio island. Costa Crociere, the cruise line, is still considering several options for moving it, according to the company’s latest news release, but the semi-submersible’s owner reported the contract calls for that ship to do the removal.

Firm Weighing Options for Removing Costa Concordia OHS