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01:16  16 august  2019
01:16  16 august  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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Australian man dead after falling from Royal Caribbean cruise ship Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas. An Australian man has died after falling overboard on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship bound for the US Virgin Islands.

A spokesman for the cruise ship operator confirmed the tragedy occurred on the Symphony of the Seas ship heading to Saint Thomas on Wednesday.

"Upon the initial report that an Australian adult male had gone overboard, our ship immediately turned, launched a rescue boat, and conducted a full-scale search," the spokesman said. "We are currently working closely with authorities and will continue to assist in their investigation.

"Our hearts go out to the family and loved ones for their loss, and our care team is providing support and assistance during this difficult time."

Man critical after falling 20 metres from Brisbane balcony

Man critical after falling 20 metres from Brisbane balcony The man fell from a Taringa balcony and less than five hours later a woman fell 10 metres at Kangaroo Point.

According to local media, the 6680-passenger cruise ship is set to return to Miami on Saturday.

An employee of Florida's 7News Miami, Nickella Battle, was on board the ship at the time. She told reporters the incident occurred about 4am, and passengers were informed later that afternoon.

"I was on the balcony of my stateroom at around 3.30pm. The captain was on the intercom. He was like, 'Oh, a man fell overboard, and unfortunately he was deceased. This happened about 4am'.

"I looked out from my balcony and everybody was taken aback. You could see everyone stopped in their tracks," Ms Battle said.

According to reports in the Miami Herald, the man's body was retrieved by onboard rescue crews, but the US Coastguard said it wouldn't investigate the death because the ship is registered in the Bahamas, the victim isn't a US citizen and the incident occurred in international waters.

Comment has been sought from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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