Costa Concordia’s last voyage


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The Independent Online

Costa Concordia finally towed from Giglio amid environmental  concerns that cruise liner is a 'floating bomb'.

As the Costa Concordia began its final journey to the scrapyard, environmental campaigners warned of the potential damages to the marine ecosystem as it sweeps through 200 nautical miles of lush Mediterranean seas.

The 290-metre corroding cruise ship was towed from Giglio, the Italian island it struck two-and-a-half-years ago – a maritime disaster that killed 32 people.