Today’s floating cruiser ship… What remains from 2012 shipwreck!
Costa Concordia is one of the largest cruiser ships in the world that is founded in Italy in 2004 by Costa Crociere. On January 2012, the ship met a desaster which becomes the only thing will forever be known for in the minds of the public. The ship struck a rock in the Tyrrhenian Sea and left 32 victims and today she is floating again.
Salvage crew began trying to refloat the ship on Monday morning so they can move it to the Italian portof Genoa. It’s been 10 months since salvage teamrolled the 114 thousands ton vessel off the rocks in one of the most complex shipwreck recovery effort ever taken.
Search team thought they had found Robello’s remainsin October. But the body divers found turned out to be that of maria Grazia Trecaritchi, a scicilian who was on the ship to celebrate he 50th birthday with her 17 year old daughter, who survived.