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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 07: A view of wine bottles on display at an immersive experience hosted by American Express Travel and Venus Williams, at the Greenwich Hotel on November 7, 2019, in New York City. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for American Express)

An Australian couple quarantined on a cruise ship due to the deadly coronavirus kept the party flowing by getting a drone to deliver wine straight to their cabin. Jan and Dave Binskin, from Queensland, have chronicled their journey of boredom and booze while stranded on the Diamond Princess ship off the coast of Tokyo for the past week.

“Quarantined on the Diamond Princess in Yokohama Japan now into Day 6 of 14 we are confined to our cabin,” the couple wrote on their Facebook account while posing with masks. “We get let out every 4/5 days for 1 hour walk on the deck we are well and in good spirits so far would appreciate any local news.”

Although the Aussie couple had an ocean view — the seas were getting rocky and the Binskins needed some vino. The couple then reached out to the Naked Wine Club and — much to their delight — received two bottles of Pinot Noir that was delivered to their cabin door by drone. “Naked Wine Club you’re incredible. Just got the first drop,” they wrote on Friday along with an image of Dave lounging on the bed donning a mask and holding a glass of their finest. The Binskins, and their wine, will be stuck on the ship for another 8 days.