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Costa Concordia shipwreck being viewed by airline passengers

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On March - 29 - 2012

When the Costa Concordia capsized off the Italian island of Giglio on January 13 it forever changed the cruise industry. Not only has it changed the cruise industry, but it has changed the coastal views of the island from sea level and the skies above. Recent photos taken from a U.S.-bound airliner at 15,000 feet illustrate how the massive shipwreck is hard to ignore from the air. Salvage crews are estimating it could take up to a year to remove Concordia from Giglio.

Reported by Anita Dunham-Potter (editor@www.expertcruiser.com)

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