On 13th January 2012 the cruise ship Costa Concordia hit the rocks off the Island of Giglio. Within just a few hours the ship lay to rest on the seabed in a semi-submerged state.The accident cost the lives of 32 people and has left a legacy in its wake that may change the course of an entire industry.How could such a modern ship complying with all main regulations be compromised by a series of "normal" human errors? What can be learned from the events of that night?The answers will lead to a new concept of Bridge Resource Management able to reform navigation in the digital age.
About the Author
Antonio Di Lieto is a master mariner, hydrographer and simulator instructor. He has been lucky enough to meet and work together with some of the experts that have given birth to the original concept of Bridge Resource Management. These are both visionary and tenacious people who have spearheaded progress within the maritime industry over the last few decades. This book would have not been possible without them.