The Costa Concordia is lying on its side in shallow waters off the west coast of Italy. It struck a reef 20 months ago when the captain steered too close to land. Thirty-two people died. On Monday, the task is to begin to slowly rotate the ship to an upright position, using a complex system of chains and underwater platforms and cables.
Engineers Begin Righting Wrecked Cruise Ship
By editor • Sep 16, 2013
Originally published on September 16, 2013 6:09 am