It's a problem we've all experienced: a new beau's yacht is docked uncomfortably close to an ex's yacht. Even with a spacious deck and multiple bedrooms, parlors, and lounge spaces in the hull, everyone could be forced to wave to each other while sunning.
This is the latest problem/non-problem facing Elin Nordegren. The ex-wife of Tiger Woods is rumored to be dating billionaire coal magnate Chris Cline, whose 164-foot yacht is berthed just yards away from Tiger Woods' 155-foot yacht on Florida's Jupiter Island.
Woods' ship is ironically named "Privacy," as something nearly half as long as a football field certainly isn't built to attract attention. Sources report that the golfer spent the last weekend aboard the boat with his new girlfriend, Olympic downhill skier Lindsey Vonn—so again, not sure the name is working for him. Cline's boat has its own submarine (what! didn't know those were a thing a person could even own, but interesting), and is called "Mine Games," a hint that maybe he was preparing for this type of competition with his dock neighbor all along.
The best thing for the foursome to do is to acknowledge the proximity of the boats, recognize you are all adults that love some cruising, and take that mobile mass of money on water and hightail it out of there.