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British father dies snorkelling on vacation with wife and daughter in St Kitts

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British father dies all through snorkelling excursion with spouse and daughter at Caribbean holiday isle of St Kitts after fellow vacationer attempts to preserve him with CPR

  • The vacationer was on holiday getaway with his spouse and daughter when he died snorkelling
  • The Royal St Christopher and Nevis Law enforcement Pressure is investigating the demise

A British father has died though snorkelling on holiday getaway with his household in St Kitts.

An autopsy is presently underway to establish the bring about of death of the as-nevertheless-unnamed British National.

Community press say he arrived in St Kitts on Monday March 27 aboard the P&O Britannia cruise ship.

He was element of a significant group, holidaying with his spouse and daughter on a 14-day trip from Barbados to Southampton. 

It is unclear whether or not he drowned or died of normal leads to. 

The gentleman was pulled from the water, where by another vacationer experimented with to perform CPR with out good results.

He was pronounced dead by the District Medical Officer. 

P&O Cruises flagship, Britannia, pictured making her first visit to Las Palmas in 2015. The unnamed British father is reported to have been on a 14 day cruise on the ferry when he died

P&O Cruises flagship, Britannia, pictured earning her first check out to Las Palmas in 2015. The unnamed British father is documented to have been on a 14 working day cruise on the ferry when he died

MailOnline has contacted P&O Cruises and the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Law enforcement Pressure for comment.

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Previously in March, a 77-12 months-old British gentleman died although snorkelling in the Caribbean.

Gareth Weekes, a previous newspaper editor, was on a sailing trip in the vicinity of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Locals to his Devon dwelling claimed Weekes would be a ‘huge loss to our community’.

Ian Simpson, 55, died when snorkelling with his son in the Dominican Republic late final calendar year.

Simpson unsuccessful to resurface in choppy waters off the coastline of Caleton de Bruno seaside in the city of Cabrera. 

Locals took a modest fishing boat out in the center of the night and found his entire body nearby. 

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