Shipspotting.com is primarily an English speaking website. I'm not sure what your trying to put across but regardless of translation I think that you would get far more response if your post was in English.
Although I don't have a link at hand it has since been confirmed that the passenger in question was just suffering from flu like symptoms and was eventually taken off the vessel to a local hospital for a full check up.
The Costa Smeralda has since continued her cruise ommiting her scheduled call at La Spezia due her late departure.
The German tour and cruise operator PLANTOURS have chartered the former DEUTSCHLAND during June and July to cover for the HAMBURG that has gone to Lloyd Werft after an incident off Belfast last month, she is due to be handed over to Semester at Sea in late July and after a minor refit will enter service in September 2016.
A very good move on ABP Southampton's part especially if they are fortunate in their bid to own/operate Marchwood Military Port which is adjacent to the land recently acquired, with a large area of land with direct river access there surely will be some future port development in this area to cater for the ever growing port activity and with Dibden Bay directly next door as well which is currently owned by ABP Southampton.
Of course there will be objections as in the case of the long public enquiry that went against any plans to develop Dibden Bay into a huge container port but eventually it will happen.