The teenage girl who died after becoming trapped when a speedboat overturned in Brixham has been named locally as Emily Gardner.
Friends and family members are using social media sites to pay tribute to the "beautiful" 14-year-old who is thought to have died while on holiday in the seaside town.
Emily is said to have been with her pals, also named locally, as Holly Pritchard and Gemma Gadsden, who were hospitalised following the accident.
The trio were also with one of their father's, not thought to be related to Emily.
Sharon Ashley took to Facebook to write: "My beautiful beautiful niece love you so much sleep tight xxxxx."
Her uncle, Nick Taylor, added: "Good night my amazing beautiful niece x shine bright like a diamond x."
Emily never failed to smile, so I'll try my best to do the same. Rest in peace as you're up there. Best of wishes to the Gardener family . x
Rip emily gardener, honesty the most amazing beautiful friend, part of the squad ,forever in our hearts http://t.co/wQ5p62orMu
It is thought Emily lived in Gloucester with her family and attended Chosen Hill School, in Churchdown, Gloucester.
Lynzi Ashley wrote: "Love you Emily Gardner gonna miss you soo much. Get well soon Gemma and Holly Pritchard xx."
Shannon Jade said: "RIP Emily. I hope Gemma Gadsden and Holly Pritchard are feeling better soon thoughts go to you and her family."
Bryony Elizabeth-Gorgina Fenemore posted: "RIP Emily, such a beautiful girl taken from us thoughts go out to all friends and family."
Rita Petita added: "Emily can't believe we've all lost you xxxxxxxxxxxx".
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