Carnival Ecstasy Crew Death – On Friday, January 17, 2020, Chef Michael Bryan Agadier Abinsay, 32, from San Narciso, Zambales, Philippines passed away aboard Carnival Cruise Lines ship Carnival Ecstasy. According to reports Michael went to his crew cabin to take a rest and never woke up.
Unofficial sources say he died from a sudden cardiac arrest while sleeping in his bed. According to reports Michael went to his crew cabin to take a rest and never woke up. Unofficial sources say he died from a sudden cardiac arrest while sleeping in his bed. His fellow crew members alerted the ship’s medical staff who quickly responded to the scene. Unfortunately, it was too late.
Michael started working for Carnival Cruise Line back in 2018 onboard Carnival Paradise as a galley steward. Before joining Carnival he finished at the Culinary School “Blue Spoon” in the Philippines. He was an aspiring and talented chef always willing to give a helping hand to his colleagues.
Michael celebrated his last birthday in December with his fellow crew members onboard Carnival Ecstasy.
Carnival Ecstasy departed from Jacksonville, Florida on January 13, for a five-night Caribbean cruise with a call at Princess Cays, Bahamas and Nassau, Bahamas before returning to Jacksonville on January 18.