'Yasmine of the Sea'

'Yasmine of the Sea'


Four of the crew members aboard the Qatari Royal Family’s luxury yacht has tested positive for coronavirus, forcing everyone to quarantine on the boat which is moored at Club de Mar in Palma.

The rest of the crew have been given PCR tests and are waiting for the results, according to a Club de Mar statement.

The Captain of the 'Yasmine of the Sea' has informed the Health Authorities and all staff have been quarantined until a protocol has been agreed and can only come ashore to deposit waste.

The yacht has plenty of supplies onboard and the Qatari Royal Family have reportedly rented a house in case they need to be separated from the crew.

Club de Mar has stressed that none of its workers had direct contact with the crew onboard the yacht which moored up in Palma on Sunday after travelling visits to Valencia, Ibiza and Sardinia.


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Rich / Hace 9 months

oh dear, if armengol and her band shut down the refit season it will be the final nail in the coffin. But she will go down in history as the person who defeated covid-19 ...... and took an entire economy down at the same time.


Dave / Hace 9 months

Hoe aweful for them being trapped on that boat 🙈


Mark Badoer / Hace 9 months

Heart breaking. Having to stay in a house!! Rather than your 80 milion super yacht with full staff. Hopefully they will feel some of the misery the people that build their football stadiums feel.....but probably not.