Italian Ship Wreck: Cruise Liner May Remain for 10 Months

The Costa Concordia cruise ship may not be removed from the Tuscan coast where it capsized until the end of 2012 as rough water hampers the latest recovery operations. Officials said Sunday that it may take 10 months to remove the ship off the port of the island of Giglio. The beginning of operations to remove 500,000 gallons of fuel was halted after the cruise liner moved an inch and a half over six hours, and waves reached three feet. Only once the fuel is removed can work begin on removing...Full Story
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