The boat was recovered in June 2016 at a depth of 350 meters to allow recognition of the hundreds of corpses trapped inside the hull.
The motor ship "Angelo B." it took three days to transport the Libyan fishing boat - symbol of deaths at sea - from Sicily to the commercial port of Venice.
From here, Nautilus transported it - with the Pontoon SEC Uno pushed by tugboat Torello - passing in front of Piazza San Marco, up to the Arsenale basin.
Swiss artist Christoph Büchel, creator of the project, renamed the wreck "Barca Nostra".