The self-proclaimed “largest residential private yacht on earth”, the MS World, in Hong Kong, in November. Photo: Kae Sunyawonge The self-proclaimed “largest residential private yacht on earth”, the MS World, in Hong Kong, in November. Photo: Kae Sunyawonge
The self-proclaimed “largest residential private yacht on earth”, the MS World, in Hong Kong, in November. Photo: Kae Sunyawonge
Adam Nebbs
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Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

Website reveals extent of pain in the cruising industry, all at sea because of the coronavirus pandemic

  • Hundreds of ships around the world are floating offshore, in quarantine or otherwise indisposed
  • Plus, the population of St Helena becomes more isolated than ever after its only air link is suspended

The self-proclaimed “largest residential private yacht on earth”, the MS World, in Hong Kong, in November. Photo: Kae Sunyawonge The self-proclaimed “largest residential private yacht on earth”, the MS World, in Hong Kong, in November. Photo: Kae Sunyawonge
The self-proclaimed “largest residential private yacht on earth”, the MS World, in Hong Kong, in November. Photo: Kae Sunyawonge
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