Video: Cameron Robbins Jumped Off A Cruise In Bahamas; US Coast Guard Ended Their Search

Cameron Robbins Bahamas

A recently released video depicts the chaotic minutes that followed an incident on a cruise liner in the Bahamas. In addition, the video depicts the aftermath of Cameron Robbins. He was an 18-year-old high school baseball player from Louisiana who jumped from the cruise ship, ending in disastrous consequences.


Cameron Robbins Video

Robbins can be seen in the video jumping into the vast ocean while wearing only swimwear and no life jacket. His classmates on the ship expressed surprise, while some screamed in terror. According to witnesses, Robbins jumped overboard from the Blackbeard’s Revenge sunset cruise ship at 11:30 p.m. in reply to a dare.

Robbins had graduated from University High School in Baton Rouge just a few days before his disappearance. He was seen wearing his graduation robe and smiling in an Instagram shot just before his disappearance.

Cameron Robbins

According to a parent who talked to the news outlet, the young boy was enjoying his high school graduation among other seniors from various Baton Rouge high schools. Other schools included U-High, Episcopal, Catholic, and St. Joseph’s Academy. The kids had arrived on the island just hours before the pirate-themed sunset boat tour and were staying at the Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau.


US Coast Guard’s Efforts

Cameron Robbins Death

Despite efforts to help him, Robbins drifted away from the boat, finally disappearing into the darkness. The US Coast Guard and other organizations initiated a search for the young man.

The US Coast Guard and other authorities searched the ocean for several days in their search for the missing young man. However, after several days of exhaustive searching, the US Coast Guard officially called off their search, leaving Robbins’ fate unknown. Robbins’ family traveled to the Bahamas on Thursday, according to WAFB.

The family disclosed in a statement that the Bahamian government had called off the search for Cameron, and they were returning to Baton Rouge. They thanked the Bahamas government, the US Coast Guard, the United Cajun Navy, and Congressman Garrett Graves for their assistance. The family also expressed gratitude to their loved ones and friends for respecting their desire for privacy at this difficult time as they honor their son’s memory and mourn his death.

A GoFundMe account has been launched to assist the family at this difficult time. As of Monday evening, the campaign had already surpassed its $10,000 goal, raising more than $10,695.

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