Whatever you think of Captain William Turner of the Lusitania, the fact remains that he was a far more " down to earth" man than Captain Edward Smith of the Titanic and believed that his duty was the safety of his ship and its passengers over other considerations. It is also well known that he did not like to socialise with First Class passengers and left that sort of thing to Staff Captain James Anderson while he himself concentrated on running his ship. I know that May 1915 was very different from April 1912 due to WW1, but I feel that Captain Turner's personality would have been the same even in peacetime. In that sense he was probably closer in nature to Captain Stanley Lord than he was to Captain Smith. So, if William Turner had been the Captain of the Titanic instead of Edward Smith, would he have handled things differently, especially with knowledge of at least some ice warnings?