Authorities on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali are continuing their search for a British jetskier who went missing four days ago.
British national Jeremy Hoyland, a 41-year-old race director for the Asian Beach Games 2008, went missing off the Nusa Dua resort area on Friday.
"An extensive air and sea search operations have so far failed to locate Hoyland and his red Yamaha jetski," rescue coordinator Heru Taryoto told AFP.
"We have told people in Bali, Lombok, Nusa Penida and small neighbouring islands to try to find him," he said.
Mr Hoyland's wife Jackie and brother Nicholas have travelled to Bali to help with the search.
A friend of the missing jetskier has offered a $US10,000 reward to anyone who can find him.