The wreck of the Costa Concordia will not be towed away from the island of Giglio until next Spring at the earliest – more than two years after it capsized, claiming the lives of 32 people. The timetable for removing the 950ft-long cruise liner has continually slipped, to the dismay of the island’s inhabitants, who want it towed off as soon as possible.
It was originally intended to refloat the ship and tow it away with tug boats early this Spring.
Costa Concordia will not be moved until May 2014…cont. The Telegraph