I missed the Discovery Channel documentary on the Costa Concordia the first time but caught it today. According to their experts, though they didn't say it specifically, Schettino did nothing right after getting the ship out of Civitavecchia without damage. What he did wrong: Deviated from corporate approved course and steered too close to Giglio. Was running too fast for such close proximity to land. Started the turn away from the rocks too late for the speed the ship was making. Was heading back out to sea when the ship's propulsion failed. Delayed ordering "Abandon Ship" until the port lifeboats were useless. Abandoned ship himself while crew and passengers were still aboard. Ignored a direct order from the Coast Guard to return to the ship. Discovery's Captains final verdict on what prevented significantly higher loss of life was the wind drove the drifting ship back on the rocks. Schettino claims his brave actions saved many lives but Discovery gives him no credit at all. Did this guy do anything right after leaving the port of departure?