A boat with rescue workers is seen near the Costa Concordia cruise ship
A boat with rescue workers is seen near the Costa Concordia cruise ship. Reports are that rescuers found five more bodies on Tuesday, bring the death tool to 11.

A new video filmed by rescue divers and showing the interior of the shipwreck has been released by the Italian Navy Forces.

Shot from a helmet camera, the footage shows sofas, chairs and lighting fixtures within a hallway of the vessel.

Abandoned belongings can also be seen floating in the water.

Meanwhile, rescue divers have found the dead bodies of two French citizens, Jeanne Gannard and Pierre Gregoire.

Rescue divers have restarted the search operation for missing passengers on board of the grounded stricken liner. Navy explosive experts are planning to blow more holes in the ship's hull.

The mother of a five-year-old Italian girl who is among the missing appealed to divers to push on until they had found her daughter.

The death toll stands at 11, with 21 people still unaccounted for. The threat of bad weather has increased concerns about the stability of the stricken liner off the coast of the island of Giglio.