Costa Concordia: Cruise Ship Will Be Righted And Refloated

Sky News
The stricken cruise liner Costa Concordia is to be righted and refloated in what will be the biggest operation of its kind ever seen. Teams of engineers will work around the clock seven days a week for a year in an operation which is expected to start in May, four months after the liner struck rocks and capsized leaving 32 people dead, with two bodies still unaccounted for. The ship is currently lying at an angle of 80 degrees on rocks known as Seagull Point, where it ran aground on January 13.

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