Costa Concordia Webcams - Salvage Operation Webcam / Camera - Costa Cruises

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Costa Concordia

Costa Concordia

Costa Concordia - Salvage Operation Camera

Costa Concordia - Salvage Operation Webcam / Camera

Costa Concordia Salvage Operation Camera Image Refresh In:

Camera view is a zoomed in view of the Costa Concordia Salvage Operation from the Giglio, Italy Port Camera. The refloating operation began on July 14, 2014 and completed on July 23, 2014. The ship is currently being towed to Genoa, Italy to be scraped.

Cruise ship cameras are typically updated between every 30 seconds to every 15 minutes.
The camera image above will automatically refresh every 30 seconds so you will not miss any updates.

Image availability and updates are subject to visibility, weather conditions and satellite connectivity.

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Camera image issues are almost always related to signal issues coming from the ship which we have no control over. If an image is not currently available please try again later. As soon as the issue has been resolved and the image is once again available it will be displayed above.

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