One of the bodies appears to be the Hungarian captain of the sightseeing boat, the Hableany, while the three others are believed to be South Korean passengers, seven of whom are still missing after the May 29 sinking, officials said. Crews are searching for seven South Koreans and the boat's Hungarian captain.
The Hableany sightseeing boat carrying 33 South Korean tourists and two Hungarian staff was crashed by a large river cruise ship and sank in the River Danube on May 29.
A police spokesman said Monday that the lifting operation could take six hours, and will be phased to allow divers to search the vessel for any victims still inside. Pumps were used to remove water from the hull and the rest of the tourist boat was slowly brought to the surface.
If all goes well, the wreck will be placed on a barge near the crane, from where it will be taken over by Budapest police investigating the collision.
Nineteen South Koreans and a Hungarian crewman have been confirmed dead, with eight people missing. A huge floating crane which arrived at the scene of the accident last week was being put in position for the procedure. Only seven people were rescued.
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Rescue officials said Sunday that preparations for the lift, including divers installing four wire harnesses under the Hableany (Mermaid), were almost complete, with some technical and security details pending.
Efforts to search for the missing victims of the accident and to raise the Hableany have been hindered by the Danube's high springtime water levels - which were expected to fall significantly over the coming days in Budapest - and the river's fast flow, as well as near-zero visibility under water.
Several bodies have been recovered from wreckage during the salvaging of a tour boat that sank in the Danube River in Budapest.
The captain of the second boat involved in the collision, cruise liner Viking Sigyn, is being held on suspicion of misconduct in waterborne traffic leading to mass casualties.