Costa Concordia wreckage has turned up safe and well in Germany.
According to officials in Grosseto, Gertrud Goergens was one of the more than 20 passengers still unaccounted for.
Goergens’ name was taken off the official missing passengers list after she identified herself to police in Germany on Wednesday.
It is unknown whether she escaped from the sunken liner or even embarked with the doomed ship in the first place.
On Thursday, rescuers were searching the restaurant at the back of he fourth deck of the ship the hope of finding the missing passengers and crew.
So far, 11 bodies have been recovered from the shipwreck after the 114,000-tonne luxury cruise ship carrying 4,200 passengers ran aground off the Tuscan coast into an outcrop last Friday.
The body of Hungarian violinist Sandor Feher, 38, was the first victim to be named by rescuers. He had worked as an entertainer on the Concordia.
The list of those still missing includes four French people, 12 Germans, five Italians including a five-year-old Italian girl and her father and an American couple from Michigan.