The location where Cameron Robbins, a missing baseball player from Louisiana, was last seen after jumping off a party boat into shark-infested waters, was visited by his family. 18-year-old Cameron Robbins, who jumped off the Blackbeard’s Revenge party boat into shark-infested waters last week, was last located on Athol Island in the Bahamas.
As a lifebuoy is thrown at Robbins in the video, his classmates urge him to grab the lifebuoy as he swims in the ocean. However, the child started to swim away as he appeared to be observing a shadow appear in the water.
According to Brian Trascher, vice president of the United Cajun Navy, his family visited the Bahamas and followed his recent movements. He moves toward Robbins as he frees the ship, his shadow circled on the left. Robbins is thrown a lifebelt, but is observed swimming away to the right.
For a few days, getting there required a lot of work, he added. Zhou stated, “When we offered to take them by boat to the area and part of the area where he fell overboard,” I knew they must have been overjoyed, but they left. They made the choice to return home one day.
“They usually cancel if they don’t find a clue, but if they find a piece of clothing or any other clues, they extend their 48-hour deadline.” The members of Robbins’ immediate family are his father Will, mother Sally, brother Cole, and sister Cassie.
The video led to online rumors that Robbins may have perished while being pursued by the shark. People assert that a shark is plainly visible in the footage. This week, Royal Bahamas Defense Force (RBDF) Brigadier General Raymond King stated that there are “sharks present” in the vicinity of where Robbins fell.
Extremely hostile sharks, such as tiger sharks and bull sharks, can be found in the Bahamas.
At 11.30 p.m., Robbins jumped off the Blackbeard’s Revenge cruise ship, according to witnesses. Students stay at Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau and arrive on the island a few hours before the Pirate Sunset Cruise.
Robbins, who recently graduated from University High School in Baton Rouge, was shown grinning and wearing a bathrobe in an Instagram post. Untold numbers of other Baton Rouge high school grads, including those from U-High, Episcopal, Catholic, and St. Joseph’s Academy, joined the star athlete in their celebration, according to a parent.
Students stay at Atlantis Paradise Island in Nassau and go to the island a couple hours before the Pirate Sunset Boat Tour. Following Robbins’ plunge, the ship and its crew made an effort to locate him, as did a number of law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Coast Guard.