Captain Nicholas Sloane, senior salvage master of Titan Micoperi with the BBC's Matthew Price
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Costa Concordia: The morning after on site

Engineers in Italy have succeeded in setting the capsized cruise ship Costa Concordia upright, 20 months after it ran aground off the Italian island of Giglio.

The BBC's Matthew Price said the damaged side was so compressed it looked like it had been crushed in an earthquake.

He spoke to Nick Sloane, the salvage master of the operation to raise the luxury cruise ship.

  • 17 Sep 2013
  • From the section Europe
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