Work Begins On The Refloating Of The Costa Concordia : News Photo

Work Begins On The Refloating Of The Costa Concordia

ISOLA DEL GIGLIO, ITALY - JULY 14: Titan-Micoperi workers make their way out to the wrecked ship Costa Concordia to begin the refloating operation, on July 14, 2014 in Isola del Giglio, Italy. On the first day of the operation the wreck will be partially refloated by 2 metres from the platfoms that support it and will be moved approximately 30 metres to the east. The wreck will then be held in position by tugs and moored by anchors aft, with steel cables. The refloating operation is expected to take up to a week before the wreck is towed to the port of Genoa for dismantling. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)
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ISOLA DEL GIGLIO, ITALY - JULY 14: Titan-Micoperi workers make their way out to the wrecked ship Costa Concordia to begin the refloating operation, on July 14, 2014 in Isola del Giglio, Italy. On the first day of the operation the wreck will be partially refloated by 2 metres from the platfoms that support it and will be moved approximately 30 metres to the east. The wreck will then be held in position by tugs and moored by anchors aft, with steel cables. The refloating operation is expected to take up to a week before the wreck is towed to the port of Genoa for dismantling. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)
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TitanMicoperi workers make their way out to the wrecked ship Costa... News Photo 452129474Beginnings,Emergencies and Disasters,Giglio Island,Horizontal,Human Interest,Italy,Occupation,Operating,Ruined,Ship,Wreck of the Costa ConcordiaPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2014 Laura LezzaISOLA DEL GIGLIO, ITALY - JULY 14: Titan-Micoperi workers make their way out to the wrecked ship Costa Concordia to begin the refloating operation, on July 14, 2014 in Isola del Giglio, Italy. On the first day of the operation the wreck will be partially refloated by 2 metres from the platfoms that support it and will be moved approximately 30 metres to the east. The wreck will then be held in position by tugs and moored by anchors aft, with steel cables. The refloating operation is expected to take up to a week before the wreck is towed to the port of Genoa for dismantling. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)