The Costa Concordia, an Italian cruise ship, sank in 2012 after Captain Francesco Schettino decided to perform a risky "salute" near Giglio Island. The ship hit rocks, causing it to start flooding and lose power. The evacuation process was mismanaged, with the captain abandoning ship and leaving many crew members and passengers behind. Thirty-two people died in the disaster. Schettino was sentenced to 16 years in jail for manslaughter and other charges. The ship was eventually salvaged and scrapped.