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Monaco19: Day 3 with crew on the docks

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Clouds hung high on the mountain but never descended on the 29th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show on Friday.

Albert II, Prince of Monaco, was in attendance on the docks in the afternoon and passers-by admired the visiting America’s Cup trophy.

Yacht crew were spotted at their posts from a ferry among an abundance of tenders and smaller boats on test-rides between docks in the waters of Port Hercules. Photos by Dorie Cox

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