Andrew Campbell Overboard Passenger Oasis of the Seas Puerto Rico – On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, Andrew Campbell, 45, a Canadian living in Naples, Florida, appeared to have deliberately jumped overboard from his cabin on deck 10 aboard Royal Caribean Cruise Line cruise ship Oasis of the Seas, while the cruise ship was docked at Pier 3 in port at San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The United States Coast Guard San Juan Sector (USCG) was contacted by Puerto Rico police’s marine unit in regards to a passenger overboard, approximately from the 10th-floor deck of the ship. CCTV footage caught someone jumping from the boat, but the Coast Guard has not confirmed the man’s death as a suicide, indicating other factors could be at play. Thursday morning, the United States Coast Guard said a video shows the 46-year-old man made a clean jump from the 10-story deck and dropped 177 feet.
According to the USCG, Campbell’s body was located around midnight at a depth of 40 feet (12 meters), underneath the cruise ship.
Oasis of the Seas was on a 7-night cruise from Miami, Florida with a call at Philipsburg (St. Maarten) before calling at San Juan, Puerto Rico. The cruise ship was then scheduled to call at Labadee, Haiti, before returning to Miami on Sunday, January 26.