Monaco19: On the docks on Day 4

Sep 29, 2019 by Dorie Cox

A few more families filled the docks on the final day of the Monaco Yacht Show on Saturday, and crew were able to sneak in well-deserved walks off the yachts.

And there’s nothing quite like that final boat show hour horn blow when the horns are blown from the largest yachts in the world. Photos by Dorie Cox

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