Before the fatal cruise accident in Italy the industry had grown steadily in recent years, in part because of an improving economy and the introduction on new ships.Before the ship Costa Concordia ran aground off Italy’s Tuscan coast with 4,200 passengers aboard, the cruise industry had been enjoying smooth sailing and a bright future.
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