The Costa Concordia has been in Genoa for over 10 months and by 10th May she was ready to leave the Prà Voltri breakwater having been stripped of 5,700 tonnes of internal equipment and furniture. The movement of the hulk some 10 miles to the final resting place in the Molo Ex Superbacino area of the port on 12th May to permit complete dismantling was expected to last around 20-24 hours.

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