Cruise Ship

Norwegian Sky

Incident Type

Passenger Disappearance (Tortola BVI)

Date of Accident

March 10, 2024

Location of Accident

Road Harbour, Tortola Island, BVI

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Three Colombian passengers did not return to the Norwegian Sky before its departure from Road Harbour in Tortola, BVI, on March 10, 2024. The individuals, one man and two women, were reported missing, prompting a search by local authorities.

Details of the Incident

The missing passengers, identified as Jean Carlo Ospina Cano, Pamela Mesa Escobar, and Yesica Yojana Marin Ramirez, disembarked in Tortola but failed to re-embark, leading to their reported disappearance. The BVI Department of Immigration and the Royal Virgin Islands Police have released photographs and are seeking information from the public to assist in finding the missing tourists.

Operational Context

This event occurred during the final leg of Norwegian Sky’s 14-day “Caribbean – Barbados, Curacao, and Aruba Cruise.” The cruise, originating from La Romana, had a comprehensive itinerary across various Caribbean locales. The disappearance has triggered a coordinated effort to ensure the well-being and safety of the missing individuals.

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