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Costa Concordia Salvage Operation Camera
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Camera view is a zoomed in view of the Costa Concordia Salvage Operation from the Giglio, Italy Port Camera. The refloating operation completed on July 23, 2014. The ship is currently being towed to Genoa, Italy to be scraped.
The button link above will take you to view live cruise ship and marine traffic in the Port of Giglio, Italy. Once there you will then have the option to select from hundreds of other cruise ports to view live ship traffic in.
Costa Concordia Salvage Operation Camera Location
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Camera Distance From Port of Giglio, Italy = 0.39 Miles Away
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