Originally Posted by Kymmy
Concordia was designed for European cruises so wouldn't have needed to comply with the normal design process for north atlantic routes (no small icecubes floating about) A rock though is a rock and steering the ship onto such a rock probably wouldn't have mattered no matter what design the ship was.
Well seven other Costa cruise ships undertake Transatlantic sailings.
I'd be intrested to see the document that details North Atlantic cruise ship specifications v other cruise ship specifications.
Not really a major point, but I'd like to see it all the same.