Costa Concordia Wreck May Take as Long as 10 Months to Remove

Jan 30 (Bloomberg) — The wreck of the cruise liner Costa Concordia will take as long as 10 months to remove as bad weather halted an operation to unload fuel from the vessel, said the civil protection agency. CarnivalCorp.’s Costa Concordia, which hit rocks and capsized on Jan. 13 just hours after leaving port near Rome with 4,200 passengers, is carrying 500,000 gallons of fuel. Oil removal operations may take at least 28 days, Coast Guard Admiral Ilarione Dell’Anna said on Jan. 23.  Read More

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