Follow-up to yesterday’s announcement that Costa Concordia captain Francesco Schettino will face trial next month charged with manslaughter and abandoning his ship. Here’s a reminder of the consequences of his alleged actions in sailing the 3,780-passenger vessel too close to the island of Giglio. Sixteen months on, the capsized hull still lies in the sea, with engineers continuing the preparatory work needed to bring the hull upright so it can be towed away. The footage was shot by Team BlackSheep, using cameras mounted on radio-controlled helicopters. The guys were arrested by Italian police who want to prohibit unofficial photography of the ship.