Seven Seas Voyager - February 3, 2013
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Seven Seas Voyager Crew, February 3, 2013
Time of Death 11:05
Jaquelyn Ann Kastrinelis, 24, from Groveland, Massachusetts, a 2010 graduate from the University of Hartford, was working as a crew member, singer aboard Regent Seven Seas' Seven Seas Voyager on Sunday, February 3, 2013 when she was found dead in cabin bed, while the cruise ship was near Darwin, Australia.
Jaquelyn Ann Kastrinelis was found unresponsive in bed,with a bluish discoloration around the neck area and cyanotic. The medical team applied CPR. At 11:00. Jaquelyn Ann Kastrinelis was then transferred to the ship's medical center. At 11:05 hours Jaquelyn Ann Kastrinelisr was declared dead.Jaquelyn Ann Kastrineli' body was taken off the cruise ship by Darwin police around 1600 hours.
The autopsy was performed in the morning of February 4, 2013. December 9, 2013 the autopsy/toxicology report done by Royal Darwin Hospital Forensic Pathology in Australia was furnished to the U.S. Government. Toxicology came back with nothing. While the cause of death was "undetermined", the cause of death was suspected to be Cardio Pulmonary arrest. U.S. Government has closed the case.
On February 4, 2013, the flag was at half mast on the Seven Seas Voyager before it was lowered by the Captain and sent to Jackie's family. On February 7, 2013 the Regent Cruise ship company ordered all of its cruise liners to pause in a world-wide moment of reflection for Jackie.
Her family started the Jaquelyn A. "Jackie" Kastrinelis Memorial Scholarship that will be given out to a graduating senior from the Pentucket Regional High School, where Jaquelyn Ann Kastrinelis graduated Class of 2006. "We Remember Jackie Kastrinelis Benefit Performance" was held on Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.