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Divers have located the remains of two bodies near the Costa Concordia wreck, according to news reports from Italy.

Oceania Cruises published 'The Oceania Cruises Art Collection,' detailing the art and artists featured on board Marina and Riviera. More than 2,000 works adorn the ships.

Reasons to be cheerful on newbuilds and refurbs

'Positively cheerful' is how Paivi Haikkola, head of research & development, Deltamarin Ltd, describes her mood for the shipbuilding and refurbishment market.

Costa Concordia captain blames helmsman for the grounding

Costa Concordia Capt. Francesco Schettino faulted his helmsman for misunderstanding his command and turning the wrong way, causing the ship to strike the rocks off Giglio.

ALMACO to build 81 new cabins on Navigator of the Seas

ALMACO was awarded the contract to build 81 new cabins on board Navigator of the Seas during its January drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard. The turnkey contract includes design, interior, insulation, electrical works and piping.

Now that Costa Concordia is upright after a stunning, 19-hour operation that went off virtually without a hitch, the work wages on.

4 a.m. Nineteen hours after it began, Costa Concordia's parbuckling has been completed. The wreck is upright and resting safely on six steel platforms atop 21 thick pillars drilled into the granite seabed.

The largest, most challenging salvage project the world has ever seen—the raising of Costa Concordia—is set to begin early Monday morning in Giglio. Italy's Civil Protection authorities on Sunday confirmed the go-ahead for the operation in light of favorable weather forecasts.

Thirty-two new accommodations including suites, studios for solo travelers and inside staterooms debuted on Pride of America this week as the final elements in a $30m upgrade of the Hawaii-based ship that began in March.

Update provides more details on the three-phase parbuckling.

The operation to upright Costa Concordia is set to begin early Monday morning, weather permitting, Italian authorities confirmed at a news conference in Rome on Thursday. The extremely delicate and challenging process to raise the ship is expected to take several days, and the wreck will remain at Giglio at least until the spring.

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