Of the 150 people on board, between 30 and 50 lost their lives. Immediately after the tragedy, the surviving captain was arrested and put in prison. Of course there was an investigation. But as soon as competent people realized that so many of the problems could be traced back to the king himself, a lot of obfuscation took place. Nothing much ever came of the inquiries; no one was found guilty. The masts protruding above the surface of the water were sawn off, and the rest of the event was silently buried at sea.
We tend not to want to dig into our failures in software. I doubt there will ever be a museum dedicated to one of our more spectacular sinkings.