M. Michael Thamm, head of Carnival, accepted that the Concordia disaster has forever marred his company.
On Giglio, the remnants of the disaster will never go away even after the Concordia is towed from its shores.
Shortly before the Concordia crashed, Schettino can be heard on the audiotape telling the helmsman to turn again.
For now the Concordia is resting in shallow waters on two rocky pillars.
Before the Concordia came to town, the local population hovered somewhere between 600 and 900 during the winter months.
That of Concordia Augusta, of limestone, has already been mentioned (p. 117).
I lunched with him at the Concordia, and he paid me five thousand francs, which he owed me.
Such an alliance would indeed be, as Kettlewell expressed it, 'Concordia discors.'
With these trivial exceptions the Concordia remained the law in Castile.
The baptistery, destroyed in 1780, had a vestibule like that at Concordia.