The Costa Concordia salvage operation is now into the final stage of the recovery and the ship is at a 24 degree rotation.
Water is going into the sponsons (the large metal containers on the side of ship).
Engineers say everything is going smoothly and they are very pleased with the way the salvage is going.
It may just be four hours now until it is complete.
The brother of a waiter whose body has not been recovered from the Costa Concordia, hopes the search team will find his remains.
The operation to shift the stricken Costa Concordia ship from the rocks off the Italian island of Giglio has been completed.
Engineers successfully shifted the wreckage of the stricken ship from rocks, but the salvage operation is expected to go on into the night.