The four-day inquest into the deaths of dozens of Britons killed in last year's Asian tsunami has drawn to a close.
Everyone at the makeshift court in west London stood in silence as the names of the UK victims were displayed on a screen at the end of the hearing.
Earlier, a schoolboy's eulogy for his dead parents was read out and details of the last moments of honeymooners and holidaymakers were pieced together.
The inquest concluded 92 people drowned on 26 December 2004 in the tsunami.
A 93rd victim, Anthony Crossman, 51, from Berkhamstead, Herts, was found to have died later from injuries sustained in the catastrophe.
Andrew and Natalie McLeish from Sheffield, on a belated honeymoon, rang their parents from Phi Phi island on Christmas Day to say they were having a "great time".
They intended to go to the beach the following day - the day the tsunami struck. Both were drowned.
Mr McLeish, 31, was identified by his brother who recognised a unique inscription on his wedding ring in January 2005. Mrs McLeish was identified from DNA in September.
Andrew, 31, and Natalie, 28, had married in May 2004 and were staying at the Princess Diving and Spa Resort, the inquest heard.
Chef Lisa May, 25, also drowned in the tsunami. She travelled to Thailand for her sister Nicola's wedding on 11 December, 2004.
Ms May, of Camberley, Surrey, stayed in Thailand longer than her family to do some diving, the inquest heard.
She was in her beach bungalow at the Charlie Beach Resort on Phi Phi island when the tsunami struck.
Her father, John, said in a eulogy read out in court Lisa "lightened up our lives"
"Lisa will always be in our hearts and remain forever young."
The inquest was also told how "talented and intelligent" company director Michael Long died while on holiday with his girlfriend at a beach resort at Khao Lak.
Mr Long, 49, and of Northwood, Middlesex, Loretta Morin, 40, were thought to have been in their chalet when the wave hit.
A eulogy read to the court described Mr Long as a "well-travelled individual who delighted in meeting people from all walks of life".
Both he and his girlfriend were drowned by the tsunami, the coroner concluded.
Singapore-based project manager Amanda Lowe, 32, was also drowned when the tsunami hit Phi Phi island.
Ms Lowe, originally from the Isle of Man, was staying at the Charlie Beach Resort with her partner Andrew Cain - who survived the disaster.
She was buried on the Isle of Man after her body was identified in May.
A eulogy read on behalf of her family described her "wicked sense of humour, infectious smile and bright red hair".
It read: "We will always miss her and are glad she is back home with us on the Isle of Man."
The inquest also heard a eulogy from 12-year-old Theo Mullan, whose parents Leonard Barratt, 50, and Catherine Mullan, 53, were both killed in the tsunami.
The schoolboy, who survived the disaster along with his brother Louis, said in his statement: "I would do anything to see them again.
"I hope they look after me and Louis all our lives, as well as each other."
Verdicts were also recorded for Sally MacGill, 53, of Ilkley, West Yorkshire; Matthew McComish, 29, from Birmingham; Christopher McGlynn, 25, from Suffolk; Craig Stanley, 30, and Barbara McTaggart, 32, both of Barnsley; Hannah Pyatt, 32, of London; and Nicholas MacKenzie-Charrington, 59, of Hampshire.