The raising and towing to a port of the Costa Concordia is something inhabitants of the island of Giglio in the Tuscan Bay want to see done as soon as possible. However, it’s islanders who have put another delay on when the job will be completed by. That’s because they would like to have their summer tourist season unaffected, the Telegraph in the U.K. reports. It’s expected that raising the Costa Concordia is going to cause dirty water and debris to pour from the ship for a lengthy period of time, an unpleasant and even smelly undertaking.
Costa Concordia delayed, now won’t move until the Spring of 2014 Digital Journal