Costa Concordia
Costa Concordia

Costa Concordia Removal Update

UPDATE: Cruise Critic is reporting that a port in Britain is among 12 ports/groups that are in the process of bidding to accept the Concordia.

Teesside Environmental Reclamation and Recycling facility (TERRC) at Able Seaton Port in Hartlepool, on the River Tees, has confirmed it is in a tender process to secure the multi-million euro contract to scrap the stricken ship.

Originally Published on: Jan 10, 2014 @ 13:12

This morning in Rome, Italy, officials announced further details for what will happen to the remains of the ill fated Costa Concordia. The wreck will be refloated and will finally be towed away this June. Where she’ll be towed, has not been confirmed yet. It’ll be a scrap yard, thats a guarantee.
Costa has setup a bid process. Similar to how they took bids and proposals for the salvaging of the ship, they will accept bids from organizations/groups who wish to dismantle the 114,147gt ship.

It is not know when the proposals are due or when they will be announced. The final results of the bids will be announced end of February/early March.