Eagled-eyed viewers of E4 might have spotted the Three Legs of Mann on their television screens last week.
The Manx flag could be seen flying from the stern of superyacht Sirocco, which features in the channel’s reality series Below Deck Mediterranean.
The second season of the show, which chronicles the lives of the crew members who work and reside aboard a the yacht during a charter season in Croatia, is currently being shown most nights at 7.30pm.
The Sirocco, whose home port is listed as Douglas, is as much of a star of the Bravo-produced series as the crew, led by captain Sandy Yawn, and the mega-rich charter guests that feature in the 15-part season.
It stands at 154.20ft long and was built in 2006 in Holland before being refitted in 2013. Its spacious interior has the room for 12 guests in addition to nine crew.
Other facilities guests can expect are a deluxe spa, use of a gym, bar and spacious lounge, all for around â?¬200,000 a week.
There have been five series filmed of the show, which is a spin-off of American series ’Below Deck’.
In addition to featuring in series two, which was filmed in 2017, the Sirocco returned for season four in France in 2019.
Two of the other three superyachts to feature have also had Manx links.
The 177ft Talisman Maiton was the subject of series three and also lists Douglas as its home port. It is currently for sale for a cool $18m.
The 184ft Wellington, which was in the latest series filmed last year, is otherwise known as the Wellesley and classed Castletown as its home port under its previous guise the Anedigmi.
It was sold in 2016 before undergoing a refit and re-registering in Malta.