UPDATE MONDAY: Another photo today of her Arrival in Genoa’s inner port.
UPDATE SUNDAY 12:30pm: The Costa Concordia has reached outter port limits on Genoa.
UPDATE 8:48am: The Concordia has officially left her resting place off Giglio. Shes now traveling along at 2.4 kts. It’s so weird to see her pop up on AIS again.
UPDATE 2:45pm: Here’s a webcam with a good closeup of the vessel. It tends to go down quite a bit.
UPDATE 9:05am: Here’s another webcam view. The ship with the blue hull on the right is the ocean going tug responsible for towing the Concordia.
UPDATE 9:01am: Here’s an infographic of the convoy that will be escorting the Concordia during her 4 day journey to Genoa.
UPDATE 8:54am: It’s being reported that over the weekend that there was a small oil spill on Saturday. The salvage team stated that there was “a small amount of hydrocarbons” spotted and that it was “nothing to worry about.”
UPDATE TUESDAY 8:00am: Costs of the salvage operation have thus far exceeded €1.5 Billion.
Her bow is now visable above the waterline for the first time in 2 years.
UPDATE 11:27am: via gcaptain:
Water samples taken in and around the refloated Costa Concordia shipwreck have shown no signs of critical levels of pollution, project officials confirmed Wednesday.
UPDATE THURSDAY 08:01am: Concordia has risen another deck or two today.
UPDATE WEDNESDAY 04:18pm:
UPDATE 12:26pm: Here’s some underwater video showing the now floating Costa Concordia.
UPDATE 11:41am: Here’s a BBC article with new video.
UPDATE TUESDAY 8:18am EDT: She’s been raised several more meters above the sea floor since yesterday.
UPDATE 10:35am EDT: Webcam view from here:
UPDATE 9:19am EDT: Here’s an excellent video stream from Telegraph.co.uk.
UPDATE 9:14am EDT: Currently she is about 3 feet above the submerged platform she was resting on.
Crews in Italy are currently raising the Costa Concordia from the seabed.
You can view live here