Marine Police Respond To Jet Ski Incident

July 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Marine Police reported to a call of a women in “difficulty” aboard a jet ski near a cruise ship in Dockyard, and discovered that the woman was “participating in a tour and disliked the experience, so was waving her arms to attract attention so that she could end participation.”

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre spokesperson said, “On Thursday, June 20 at 10.50am, a 911 caller from a local security company reported a woman on a jet ski in difficulty near the cruise ship Norwegian Escape at Dockyard. The ship reported the incident to security staff, requesting assistance on the woman’s behalf.

“RCC Bermuda diverted the Marine Police Heron III after completion of a previous incident at near the Deep Bay and Admiralty House area, and upon arrival on scene discovered that the woman on-board the jet ski was participating in a tour and disliked the experience, so was waving her arms to attract attention so that she could end participation and get back to shore.

“Heron III confirmed no further action was required.”

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