The Costa Concordia is finally on the move away from Giglio Island. The ship, being towed under the power of two tugboats, departed Giglio earlier this morning at a speed of about 2 knots. It's enroute to Genoa, Italy where it will be scrapped.

What's kind of interesting is that you can follow along as Concordia makes her final journey. The Parbuckling Project website has a live tracker aboard the ship and 9 live webcams offering views as the ship transits the Mediterranean sea. Follow along at

What are your thoughts as one of the final chapter of the Costa Concordia saga begins?