Costa Concordia salvage to start in May

By Vessels

Cleaning the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia from the coastal waters will star in a few days and will need a year to finish, the liner's owner told.
"Once returned to a floating state, the wreck will be towed to an Italian port," Costa Cruises informed in a press release.
What to do with the vessel after it has been towed will be up to Italian authorities, informed the chairman of Costa Cruises.
The bodies of 30 from 32 people presumed dead in the crash have been recovered.
The cruise ship hit the rocks and turned on its side January 13 close to Giglio.
Rescue teams spent many days looking the submerged decks and cabins for people who failed to escape the sinking liner.
3,200 passengers and 1,000 crew members were on board.
The Concordia's captain, Francesco Schettino, is under house arrest.