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"All of the boats are here," Johan Pizzardini, head of communications and media for the Monaco Yacht Show told CNN Travel on the eve of the four-day event's grand finale.
The 31st edition of the Monaco Yacht Show began on September 28 and ends on October 1.
As the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show draws to a close, here are eight of the most lavish superyachts that have been wowing the wealthy.
David Churchill/Heesen YachtsLusine, a 60-meter steel vessel from Dutch shipyard Heesen, is among the superyachts making their debut at this year's Monaco Yacht Show.
With a 1,079 gross tonnage, Lusine is powered by two diesel engines, and can reach a maximum speed of 17.5 knots.
Powered by a Caterpillar C-32 diesel engine, Blush is able to reach a top speed of 13.5 knots, and has a gross tonnage of 315.
"It's impossible not to walk through that yacht without a smile on your face," says one regular Monaco Yacht Show attendee.
Renzo ChelazziAmong the newest superyachts at the Monaco Yacht Show, Kinda has also been making a splash, partly due to its impressive foredeck swimming pool.
Delivered by Italian yacht builder Tankoa earlier this year, it features exterior and interior design from renowned luxury yacht designer Francesco Paszkowski.
Previously named Cacos V, the 40-meter aluminum vessel was built by Italian shipyard Admiral, and delivered in 2013.
With an interior volume of 1,541 gross tonnage, it holds six staterooms, along with a library and a luxurious spa and beach club.
Monaco Yacht Show 2022 began on September 28, and ends on October 1.