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Monaco19: Scene on the docks

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The 29th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show opened under sunny but breezy skies as yacht crew welcomed visitors, brokers, journalists and guests.

This year, the average length of the 125 yachts in the show is nearly 50m, and about 40 of them are making their world premieres. The waters outside Port Hercules feature even more yachts for sale.

Photos by Dorie Cox and Lucy Reed

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