(5 a.m. EDT) -- Costa Concordia arrived in Genoa on Sunday, ending its four-day journey from the small island of Giglio.
The ship, floating thanks to huge, air-filled metal boxes attached to both sides, was tugged to Genoa, where it will be dismantled in a process expected to take as long as two years.
On January 13, 2012, Costa Concordia hit a rock off the coast of Giglio, an island off Italy's Tuscan coast. Several hours later, the ship capsized, claiming the lives of 32 passengers.
In Genoa, searchers will explore the ship for the remains of Russel Rebello, a waiter who is the only person still missing.
--By Cruise Critic