The first part of consideration is the direct impact on parts and on boats currently being built. That includes the impact on Chinese builders. Much depends on how long they're down. Some have plenty of financial reserves, but others don't. Then comes the other part. What about non-Chinese builders owned by Chinese companies? Often when there are economic crises, companies have issues not based on themselves but their parents. What about a builder like Sunseeker that is Chinese owned? What happens if the owners suffer huge losses as a result of Coronavirus Covid 19? Sunseeker has made other threads here for different reasons, but they were jeopardized a while back by Chinese edicts against loans for foreign entities. In 2017, Wanda divested themselves of $9.3 billion in theme parks and hotels. Sunseeker isn't contributing anything worthwhile to them in the best of circumstances. On January 30, Sunseeker registered a charge to HSBC Bank. I'll explain as those terms aren't familiar to most of us. This in essence gave HSBC the right to take any of their cash or receipts if necessary to pay any debt Sunseeker might owe HSBC. It gives the bank set off rights that are very unusual in my experience. Banks don't routinely make or obtain such rights. Before taxes Sunseeker only made 4.3 million GBP in 2018 on 297 million sales. They lost money in 2017. They have negative total equity of 57 million GBP. Now, Wanda has extremely deep pockets, but at some point I could see Sunseeker being more of a nuisance than they're worth.