We took a cruise on one of Costa's sister ships, the Costa Magica, about a year before the tragedy. It was an excellent experience, and the captain was extraordinarily careful when he did the tricky maneuvers close to port. We were actually on the same route, going clockwise, instead of counter-clockwise, like the ill-fated Costa Concordia. Honestly I loved every minute of it, and will go back with Costa again the next time I go on a cruise. It was an extremely classy experience. The ONLY beef I had was that we did our drill at the end of the allowed period, instead of near the beginning. The rules on that are way too lax, IMO. The drill requirements should be tightened up, and from what people are telling me, they have been, throughout the industry.
I would ask the captain to wear this fragrance, after retrieving a bottle of it from the ship's galleria, somewhere underwater. It was getting huge push when we were on our cruise, and I'm sure there are still bottles to be had, down in Davy Jones' locker. Give him scuba gear and plenty of air, and all that jazz, but let him go back into the ship and down into the depths to retrieve a bottle of the ill-fated juice, so that he can do something similar to what he should have done - expended every last bit of effort to save those aboard, before abandoning ship. I'm not necessarily a believer that the captain must go down with the ship, but the ship should go down first and the captain must be the last living person to leave.