costa concordia wreck

Salvage crews finished pulling the Costa Concordia wreck upright on Tuesday, more than 20 months after the cruise ship capsized
Salvage crews in Italy could start as early as next week on a daunting operation to set the wreck of the Costa Concordia
"If things go as we are expecting. I think September will be the month of the rotation," prefect Franco Gabrielli told Italian
Salvage crews are working against time to remove the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship, which is slowly being crushed under its own weight on its perch of granite seabed off the Tuscan island of Giglio. Officials said Monday that if this attempt fails, there won't be a second chance.
Salvagers need to know whether the ship can be righted, and to do that, they need be able to set up pontoons or platforms