Time lapse of Costa Concordia being lifted upright
Giglio, Italy — Engineers are calling it a "perfect operation."
After 20 months of planning and preparation, the cruise ship that ran aground off Italy 20 months ago is finally upright.
It took 19 hours to complete the first stage of that recovery process, the biggest project of its kind.
You're looking at a time lapse of the process. The Costa Concordia will be towed to a salvage yard and be broken up and sold for scrap.