After a showery start to the boat show yesterday, day 2 is looking much brighter.
Hundreds of exhibitors are presenting their products and services along the boardwalks, and the fleet of yachts on display is attracting plenty of show-goers eager to get a closer look at this year's lineup.
94 superyachts are on the lineup this year, and of those 87 are expected to making their global debuts in Cannes.
Motor yachts make up the majority of the fleet, but this year sees the introduction of a new sailing zone in Port Pierre Canto.
This strategic move aims to make the show better suited to all types of clients', according to the show's organisers.
As well superyachts, Vieux Port is also playing host to the luxury gallery located inside the Palais des Festivals. Here, attendees can expect to find a variety of luxury goods, ranging from jewellery and watches to homeware and artwork.
A shuttle service is on hand to transport show-goers between the two ports.