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Monaco19: Scene around the show

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More than 500 exhibitors from around the world filled three large tents and more than a dozen dockside areas in the 29th annual Monaco Yacht Show yesterday, featuring all manner of critical, practical and not-so practical yachting necessities.

Their displays, knowledge base and coffee offerings did not disappoint.

Photos by Dorie Cox and Lucy Reed

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