* CLIA Was Right
Last year, now almost a year and a half ago, just after Costa Concordia sank, CLIA began examining common sense ways to improve safety, mostly by enhancing IMO (International Maritime Organization) rules already in place.
They felt that by taking the lead on this, and setting higher standards for their member lines (which is effectively the vast majority of the world’s cruise lines), they could get these standards in place for most of the world’s cruise passengers faster than waiting for the IMO to do it.
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