The body of an Irish golfer on holiday has been found at Vilamoura Marina but the police do not suspect foul play.
The 40-year-old was part of a group of golfers staying at the Dom Pedro Marina Hotel.
He was last seen alive on Monday night as he left the hotel, having decided to go out on his own and was not missed until the next day when he failed to come down for breakfast.
The man's body was found on Tuesday morning with some scratches and bruising to the his back, chest and hands which the police say was most likely caused when he fell.
Update: An autopsy has been carried out which determined that the man died from drowning, almost certainly after accidentally falling into the water.
There were no signs of violence or anything that indicated a crime had been committed
Testimonies from his friends said the man told them he was going out for a drink and that this was nothing more than a tragedy.