Jul 27, 2014
Salvaged cruise ship towed to Italian port
The Costa Concordia cruise liner has arrived at the northwestern Italian port of Genoa, four days after leaving the island of Giglio where it struck a reef and capsized in January 2012, killing 32 people.
Sydney Morning Herald
Costa Concordia will end up as girders and cars
Millions of dollars worth of steel, copper and other materials will be salvaged from the Costa Concordia when it is dismantled in an operation expected to take nearly two years and cost $145 million.
The First Post
Raise the Concordia! PR helps cruise company bury the past
It has taken E1.5 billion to turn the Titanic-sized tragedy of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster into a salvage triumph that will go down in maritime history.
Big News Network.com
Costa Concordia salvage costs spiral towing delayed by one day
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Criminal Report Daily
Mini Robot Subs Help Guide Concordia Salvage
Considered the largest maritime salvage operation in history, the refloating of the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise liner entered its final phase at first light on July 14. The aim: raise the 114,000-ton vessel off the platform where it has been sitting for the past 10 months, after the capsized ship was placed upright in one of the most daunting ... (more)