Cameron Robbins, a recent Lousiana graduate, went missing after he reportedly dared to jump overboard from a Bahamas sunset cruise. He is 18 years old.

The US Coast Guard and the Royal Bahamas Defence Force team have launched a search party for Robbins, the coast guard tweeted on Thursday. The agency added that he is believed to have fallen overboard from a sunset cruise near Nassau.

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Cameron Robbins graduated from the University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge on Sunday. He was on a trip to the Bahamas with students from several local high schools. They were staying at Atlantis Paradise Island resort in Nassau, WAFB reported. He went missing on Wednesday.

Several news reports cited witnesses saying that around 9:40 PM local time, Robbins was given a dare and he jumped off the boat into the ocean. He was seen splashing in the dark waters before vanishing.

The boat was stalled and crew members tried to find the 18-year-old.

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Robbins’ high school comes under the College of Human Sciences and Education. He attended the school for 13 years, director Kevin George told CNN affiliate WBRZ.

“That’s a special kid that’s been here throughout his entire educational career. He’s an athlete, great kid, great smile, great head of hair. Just one of the kids you’re so proud of when they cross the stage. The kids reached out to us wanting to know, could they do a prayer circle? Obviously we agreed. We really appreciated their leadership in this trying time,” he continued,” George added.

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The principal released a statement on behalf of the school.

“I have been in touch with Cameron’s family and at this time, authorities are still searching for him in the Bahamas,” George wrote. “In times like these, we must come together and support each other. Words fall short of expressing the worry our entire school community is feeling,” the statement read.