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A Filipino national living in Bodden Town died Sunday afternoon in a water-related accident near Breakers, police said.
Police have released the name of a man who died after losing consciousness while snorkeling on Seven Mile Beach last week.
A 45-year-old man died after encountering difficulties while snorkeling off Rum Point on Thursday, Cayman's ninth water-related death of the year.
Police Monday named the man who died while snorkeling off Eden Rock on Dec. 11 as Mark R. Ambrose, 69, from California.
A 69-year-old man from the United States died Sunday evening while snorkeling off Eden Rock in George Town, police reported.
A man who went shore fishing Monday night was found dead in the water early Tuesday just off the coast of West Bay district. The RCIPS is still investigating the death, but detectives said it appeared there were no suspicious circumstances related to the incident.
Police say a 61-year-old man died after getting into difficulty while snorkeling off Frederick Beach in Bodden Town on Wednesday.
Michael Gourzong, who disappeared while on a swim with two friends Wednesday evening, was found dead Thursday morning, about 30 feet from shore.
Police are searching the waters off Spotts where a 21-year-old snorkeler has been missing since Wed evening.
The CAYS Foundation has new water safety policies in place since the February drowning death of 14-year-old Risco Batten, the foundation’s general manager, Sydney Williams, told members of the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday.
Former PepsiCo CEO Roger Enrico died doing what he loved best, according to his longtime friend and business partner Burns Rutty.
Tributes have been paid to an “incredible man” and a “great leader” after the death of former PepsiCo CEO Roger Enrico on a snorkeling trip near Stingray City.
The former CEO of Pepsi, Roger Enrico, died Wednesday after getting into difficulties snorkeling close to the Stingray City Sandbar in the North Sound.
A young woman visiting the Cayman Islands with her new husband and his family died in a snorkeling accident off East End on Friday.
A 29-year-old American tourist died Friday night after getting into difficulty during a swim with her husband, Royal Cayman Islands Police reported.
A man found floating in the water just off Public Beach on Grand Cayman has become the islands’ fifth water-related fatality victim since the start of 2016.
A 79-year-old man from the United States died today, apparently after getting into difficulties while snorkeling, police said.
A coroner’s jury this week returned a verdict of misadventure in the death of a fisherman who died while snorkeling off West Bay on Sept. 27, 2014. The jury heard evidence on Monday concerning the death of George Bernice (Burnis) Ebanks.