The cruise ship Costa Concordia, leaning on its side, is seen from a street of the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013. Ship owner Costa Crociere Spa, the Italian unit of Miami-based Carnival Corp., sent several passengers a letter telling them they weren't welcome at the official anniversary ceremonies on the island of Giglio where the hulking ship still rests. Costa says the day is focused on the families of the 32 people who died Jan. 13, 2012, not the 4,200 passengers and crew who survived. (AP Photo/Paolo Santalucia)

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The cruise ship Costa Concordia, leaning on its side, is seen from a street of the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013.  Ship owner Costa Crociere Spa, the Italian unit of Miami-based Carnival Corp., sent several passengers a letter telling them they weren't welcome at the official anniversary ceremonies on the island of Giglio where the hulking ship still rests. Costa says the day is focused on the families of the 32 people who died Jan. 13, 2012, not the 4,200 passengers and crew who survived. (AP Photo/Paolo Santalucia)
The cruise ship Costa Concordia, leaning on its side, is seen from a street of the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013. Ship owner Costa Crociere Spa, the Italian unit of Miami-based Carnival Corp., sent several passengers a letter telling them they weren't welcome at the official anniversary ceremonies on the island of Giglio where the hulking ship still rests. Costa says the day is focused on the families of the 32 people who died Jan. 13, 2012, not the 4,200 passengers and crew who survived. (AP Photo/Paolo Santalucia)
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