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Divers Discover Bone Fragments Inside Concordia

Human bone fragments were found inside the ill-fated Costa Concordia wreck during a search by salvage divers ...

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Update: Slowly but Surely Concordia Convoy Pushes Ahead

After approximately 30 hours of navigation, the Concordia has travelled for 63 nautical miles at an average speed ...

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VIDEO: Costa Concordia under Tow

The final voyage of the ill-fated wreck of Costa Concordia has kicked off and the wreck is being moved at the ...

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Concordia’s Salvage Team Weathering the Storm

Everything is falling into place for what is said to be the most challenging salvage project in the history, that ...

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Oil Spill Scare at Concordia Wreck

At about 11 pm last night, a small amount of hydrocarbons was spotted in the mid ship/aft of the Concordia wreck, ...

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UPDATE: Concordia Lifted for Another Meter

Concordia Update 4: Chains Still Not Attached

With the lowering of the starboard sponson S12, yesterday evening, the Concordia has emerged for an additional ...

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Concordia Removal: No Threat to Environment So Far

Results of the water quality of the samples taken on the first day of the refloating of Concordia wreck, show no ...

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VIDEO: Underwater Glance at Refloated Concordia Wreck

One of the most challenging salvage projects in the history, both in terms of scope and budget, removal of Costa ...

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VIDEO: Concordia Is Now Afloat (Update)

The underwater preliminary activities related to the beginning of the last phase of the refloating operation of the ...

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Tomorrow’s Refloating of Concordia Weather-Dependent

  The Monitoring Observatory has given the “go ahead” to refloating operation of Costa Concordia ...

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Concordia’s Refloating Starts on Monday

The long awaited Concordia refloating operation is set to go ahead starting on Monday, July 14th, the salvage team ...

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Concordia Removal: One More Sponson to Go

The port side sponson P2 has been lifted off via Conquest crane and is now being submerged at the Concordia wreck, ...

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Italian Govt Gives Green Light to Tow Concordia to Genoa

The Italian Government has approved the transportation of the Concordia wreck to Genoa for dismantling and ...

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Concordia Removal Team Explains Refloating Phase to the ...

The Commissioner for the Concordia Emergency Franco Gabrielli, the coordinator of the Concordia Removal Project ...

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Costa Crociere: Genoa Only Italian Port Fit for ...

“Genoa is the only Italian port in which demolition and recycling activities can start immediately and count ...

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All Starboard Sponsons Now in Place on Concordia

Only 4 more sponsons remain to be positioned on the left side before refloating of the Concordia wreck, the ...

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Italian Authorities Push Back Decision on Concordia ...

The Italian Government has delayed the date of the final decision on refloating and removal of the Concordia wreck ...

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Sixth Refloating Sponson on Concordia Wreck Now in Place

 Installation of sponson S7 on the starboard side of the Concordia wreck has been completed, the salvage team said ...

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Concordia Sponson Installation Speeds Up

The installation of sponsons on the Concordia wreck is gaining momentum despite several glitches that occurred ...

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Concordia Sponson Arrives for Repair in Genoa

Pontoon Mak has reached Genoa with the S13 sponson, where the sponson will be repaired, according to the ...

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IMO to Toughen Passenger Safety Rules in Concordia Aftermath

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) meets at the ...

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