Two years later...

 12 Jan 2014 - 4:35


The cruise liner Costa Concordia during the ‘parbuckling’ operation outside Giglio harbour yesterday. Parbuckling is a salvaging process to right a ship using levers. Thirty massive tanks filled with air will lift the hulk of the Costa Concordia off the seabed in June so it can be towed away from the Italian island of Giglio. The 114,500-tonne vessel hit rocks on January 13, 2012, killing 32 people.