16 January 2012
Last updated at 10:32
At least six people are now known to have died after the luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia capsized off the west coast of Italy on Friday evening.
The body of a male passenger - wearing a lifejacket - was found in a corridor of the Costa Concordia on Monday. The bodies of two elderly men were found in a submerged area of the ship on Sunday.
The ship's operators, Costa Crociere, say Captain Francesco Schettino (pictured) may have made "serious errors of judgement", steering the ship too close to the island of Giglio.
Mr Schettino, who has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter, denies wrongdoing. He said his navigation charts did not show the rocks that the Costa Concordia hit. He also rejects claims he abandoned the ship before evacuation was complete.
About 15 people remain unaccounted for, and emergency teams say they will continue searching every area of the ship for bodies and possible survivors.
But there were some glimmers of hope on Sunday. Rescuers found a South Korean honeymooning couple trapped in their cabin, and airlifted out a senior crew member who was found with a broken leg.
The Costa Concordia's 4,200 passengers were just a few hours into their Mediterranean cruise when the ship hit a rock - quickly taking in water, listing and eventually capsizing.
Survivors recounted scenes of chaos when it became clear not all the lifeboats could be lowered because the ship had listed so quickly. Some passengers swam to Giglio.
As it keeled over, a hole 30m wide (98ft) in the hull was exposed.
A close-up shows rocks jutting out from the damaged area of the hull.
The survivors were ferried from Giglio early on Saturday to nearby Porto Santo Stefano on the Italian mainland, from where they were being taken on to other parts of Italy or flown back home.