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Singaporean student still missing at sea, search operations to continue through third night

Search and rescue operations for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet are still ongoing and will carry on into the third night since he disappeared at sea on Sunday. -- PHOTO: SIM
Search and rescue operations for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet are still ongoing and will carry on into the third night since he disappeared at sea on Sunday. -- PHOTO: SIM
The borrowed paddle board and paddle which  Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet was using at the time of his disappearance. -- ST PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM
The borrowed paddle board and paddle which  Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet was using at the time of his disappearance. -- ST PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM
Members of the sailing school search for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet on Nov 25, 2013. -- ST PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM
Members of the sailing school search for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet on Nov 25, 2013. -- ST PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM
Members of the sailing school search for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet on Nov 25, 2013. Search and rescue operations for Mr Goh are still ongoing and will carry on into the third night since he disappeared at sea on Sunday. -- ST PHOTO
Members of the sailing school search for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet on Nov 25, 2013. Search and rescue operations for Mr Goh are still ongoing and will carry on into the third night since he disappeared at sea on Sunday. -- ST PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM

Search and rescue operations for Singaporean student Goh Chuan Kiet are still ongoing and will carry on into the third night since he disappeared at sea on Sunday.

The undergraduate at SIM Global Education disappeared while paddle-boarding with schoolmates from his university's windsurfing club on Sunday afternoon.

The board and paddle he was last seen with were retrieved by rescuers and fishermen within the day, but there have still been no signs of Mr Goh.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) released a statement on Tuesday evening to say that it is continuing the rescue efforts with the Police Coast Guard and National Service Resort & Country Club, which is where Mr Goh had set out from on Sunday.