Underwater wreckage of the Costa Concordia

Updated 1021 GMT (1821 HKT) January 22, 2012
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The Italian Coast Guard has released photos of the rescue effort at the cruise ship Costa Concordia near Giglio Island, Italy. Guardia Costiera
On Tuesday January 17, Warrant Petty Officer Massimo Macaroni of the Italian Coast Guard said the casualty count from the disaster stood at six dead, and 29 missing: 25 passengers and four crew members. Guardia Costiera
Early Tuesday, rescue efforts were ongoing in and around the mammoth vessel, which was listing on its side off the island of Giglio. Guardia Costiera
The Costa Concordia hit rocks Friday night just off Italy's western coast, leading to what passengers described as a chaotic and surreal scene to evacuate and the deaths of at least six people. Guardia Costiera
Divers have been searching the skyscraper-sized ship, working underwater in pitch blackness, in hopes of finding the missing. Guardia Costiera
There were roughly 4,200 people on the Costa Concordia when it ran aground -- about 3,200 passengers and 1,000 crew members. Guardia Costiera
The ship weighs in at more than 114,000 gross tonnage and measures 951 feet in length. Its maximum speed was designed to be 23 knots. Guardia Costiera
The disaster's impact on earnings will cost the ship's owner at least $85 million to $95 million in the fiscal year to November, parent company Carnival Corporation said. Guardia Costiera
Built in 2006, the Concordia had been on a Mediterranean cruise from Rome with stops in Savona, Marseille, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Cagliari and Palermo. Guardia Costiera