Refloating operation of Costa Concordia is set to go ahead on Monday, 14th of July, confirmed the salvage team. The beginning of the parbuckling process, and the entire operation of the shipwreck removal depends on the weather condition in the area, over the next few days. Therefore, the commencement of the removal operation will be announced a day before it actually begins.
The team engaged in the salvage operations confirmed that the are in from of Demo Hotel will be with restricted access, while it's not expected for and restrictions on swimming and no beaches will be closed.
Conversely, there is a zone with restrictions on the access of vessels in the area around the shipwreck of Costa Concordia. Moreover, restricted access remains in force for any aircraft in the area.
We are expecting for further details of the logistics for the shipwreck removal of Costa Concordia from the Giglio island to be soon announced. As there are many medias wishing to capture the wreck removal process, they are intended to apply for accreditation by filling a special form, provided on the website, accountable for the parbuckling project, here.