The man who died after falling from a cliff at an Orkney beauty spot was a visitor to the islands.
The 23-year-old died after falling into the sea at Yesnaby on Monday afternoon.
Police are investigating the incident but have confirmed that there are no suspicious circumstances.
It is understood that the incident was a tragic accident.
It is the second death in Orkney in the space of a few days after a 39-year-old man’s body was recovered from Kirkwall Harbour on Saturday.
The most recent incident happened at about 2.15pm on Monday afternoon in the Yesnaby area on the west coast of the Orkney Mainland north of Stromness.
As well as police, the coastguard helicopter from Sumburgh and the Stromness lifeboat were both sent to the scene.
The lifeboat crew arrived 15 minutes after being paged and launched their smaller inflatable boat to reach close to the cliffs.
The casualty was recovered from the water before being taken aboard the main lifeboat.
He was then transferred to the coastguard helicopter.
Police later confirmed he had died.
It is understood that he was visiting Orkney on a cruise ship tour.
A spokeswoman for the force said: “Inquiries are ongoing but there are no suspicious circumstances and no further details will be available until next of kin have been fully informed.
“Our thoughts are with his family at this time.”
Yesnaby is to the south of Skara Brae and is known for its cliffs and sea stacks.
Elsewhere, a man died after an incident yesterday morning at a city centre car park in Inverness.
Police were called to the Rose Street multistory just after 9am yesterday.
A man, 40, was taken to Raigmore Hospital following the incident.
A police spokeswoman said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a 40 year old man has died following an incident at around 9am in the Rose Street car park area of Inverness today.
“The man was taken by ambulance to Raigmore Hospital however sadly died shortly after arrival.
“There are no suspicious circumstances and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal, as is usual procedure.”
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