Cameron Robbins missing updates – Authorities are looking for a Louisiana teenager after he fell overboard on a Bahamas cruise

Cameron Robbins, a teenager from LOUISIANA, has been reported missing after falling overboard while on a cruise in the Bahamas.

According to a local, Robbins was on a trip with his classmates after graduation from Baton Rouge CBS affiliate WAFB News.

He was reportedly dared to jump off the boat and witnesses said he disappeared after splashing in the water.

The US Coast Guard tweeted they would be helping to find the missing teenager who went missing on Wednesday night.

The principal of the high school that Robbins attended released a statement that read: “The University Lab School community is praying for the best possible outcome of this situation.”

“I have contacted Cameron’s family and at this time authorities are still searching for him in the Bahamas.”

Read our Cameron Robbins live blog below for the latest news and updates..

  • The parents arrived yesterday

    A family friend told it WAFB News that Cameron Robbins’ parents arrived in the Bahamas yesterday afternoon.

    A prayer vigil was held later in the day at the Atlantis Paradise Resort in Nassau.

  • Coach speaks up

    Cameron Robbins’ baseball coach has released a statement about his player.

    The statement said: “Cameron is a kid who is truly loved by his teammates, teachers and classmates. He’s a tough competitor on the baseball field.

    “He’s a hard worker, both on and off the field. Our school community is struggling right now, but hoping for the very best. Our thoughts and prayers have been and remain with the Robbins family at this difficult time.”

  • The parents applied for emergency passports

    Accordingly WAFB NewsA family friend said Cameron Robbins’ parents tried to get emergency passports to travel to the Bahamas.

    The friend added that a US lawmaker is helping provide more helicopters to support the search.

  • The trip is not approved by the school

    The senior trip that Cameron Robbins attended was not sanctioned by the school he attended.

    According to the information, it was organized by a company that plans vacations for graduates WBRZ News.

    There were youth from several Louisiana schools in attendance.

  • Police are investigating allegations of jumping

    The Royal Bahamas Police Force has confirmed it is investigating allegations that Cameron Robbins jumped into the water on a dare.

    Footage recorded by WBRZ News shows the teenager swimming alongside the boat while a life preserver floated nearby.

  • Last seen northeast of Nassau

    Cameron Robbins went overboard near Athol Island, northeast of Nassau, Bahamas.

    According to officials, the boat stayed in the area for hours while the Coast Guard searched the water.

  • Cameron Robbins is a ‘special kid’

    The principal of Cameron Robbins’ school spoke to a CNN affiliate: WBRZ News about the missing teenager.

    Director Kevin George stated, “This is a special boy who has been here throughout his educational career. He’s an athlete, a great boy, a great smile, a great head of hair. Just one of those kids you’re so proud of as they cross the stage.”

    “The children came to us and asked if they could do a prayer group? Obviously we agreed. We really appreciated their leadership during this difficult time.”

  • Update from the Coast Guard

    The US Coast Guard announced on Twitter that they will assist in the search for Cameron Robbins.

    Their statement released yesterday morning said: “Coast Guard crews are assisting the Royal Bahamas Defense Force in the search for a missing US citizen believed to have fallen overboard while on a sunset cruise near Nassau last night.”

    They added in a separate tweet that flight crews will also assist in the search.

  • Full Opinion from the Principal

    University Lab School principal Kevin George has released a statement following the disappearance of Cameron Robbin.

    The statement said: “The University Lab School community is praying for the best possible outcome of this situation. I am in contact with Cameron’s family and at this time the authorities are still searching for him in the Bahamas.

    “In times like these we need to come together and support each other. Words are insufficient to express the concern our entire school community feels.”

    “Additional advisors will be available on campus to speak to students and faculty who are struggling to process this news. Our thoughts are with the Robbins family and we ask that you keep them in mind as well.”

  • Teen missing after falling overboard

    Cameron Robbins, a teenager from Louisiana, has disappeared while on a Bahamas cruise.

    Accordingly WAFB NewsRobbins attended a seniors’ field trip with his classmates.


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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