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Associated Press 03.06.2019 Venice, Budapest Crashes Renew Debate On Cruise Ship Safety

Cruise industry officials long insisted that ship accidents wouldn’t happen in Venice’s busy Giudecca Canal, saying guiding tugboats and technology ensured safety.

The 65,500-ton cruise ship that crashed into a much smaller riverboat docked along the canal on Sunday proved them wrong.

Jane da Mosto highlights the urgence to intervene against giant cruise ships in Venice if we want to preserve the city and its lagoon.

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