Genoa - It has been set at 100 million euro the cap that P&I will pay for the “Costa Concordia” dismantling. This was established by the P&I club that attends Costa Crociere.
Sources are revealing that insurers would be pushing for a transfer to Turkey of the ship wrecked at Giglio in January 2012 (32 dead), because there are costs of around 40 million. The dismantling project in Piombino is estimated at 110 million, while that of Genoa is just under 100. Again, this would help to push the “Concordia” toward the Ligurian port where the vessel is left in Italy, as requested by the Italian Environment Minister, Gian Luca Galletti.