A WEST YORKSHIRE man was among those killed when a pleasure boat capsized in Bahrain.
Stephen Grady, 42, from Hebden Bridge, was a contract painter and decorator and a former publican.
He was finishes manager for a project to build the island's World Trade Centre towers, which he only joined four weeks ago.
His widow Stephanie is due to give birth to their second child. They married last summer and had a son, Billy, two.
Stephanie described her husband as a "wonderful" father and husband who was well liked by his colleagues and very popular among his friends.
Mr Grady also leaves a daughter, Hannah, 16, from a previous relationship, father Robert, mother Christine, and brothers Anthony, Robert and Matthew.
The Foreign Office said 12 Britons and three "dual-nationals" died in the tragedy.
South African-based construction firm Murray and Roberts confirmed Mr Grady was among the dead.
A prosecutor probing the tragedy said survivors had told the investigation that the captain made a turn that was "too tight".