Not even the isolation of a luxurious £100 million yacht can guarantee a Covid-proof holiday, as retail tycoon Philip Green and his wife Tina have discovered.
After two members of the crew tested positive for coronavirus, the couple's yacht and its staff - with Tina Green on board - is now in quarantine in Port Hercules, Monaco.
The outbreak has put a planned family break on hold. "It was my responsibility to have the whole crew tested before leaving" Tina Green told The Sun, "We then discovered two cases — one asymptomatic and the other with a sore throat."
She added that no-one is seriously ill, but the unwell crew members are confined to their cabins (if you have watched Below Deck you'll know that's a pretty tight squeeze).
"The two have been confined to the cabin ever since" she said, "The rest and myself are on the boat. Everyone is well."
Green's yacht Lionheart runs to 300 feet and features six entertaining rooms and enough bedrooms to sleep 12 guests and 16 crew members. It is the third and biggest yacht Green has had commissioned - he previously had Lioness V and Lumiere built in 2006 and 1999 respectively.
The kingdom of Monaco, the tax haven where Green owns a luxury apartment, has seen a total of 138 cases of coronavirus and one death.