Yachts are no stranger to the Cannes film festival.
Last year, a group of French yacht-obsessed tourists spent more than three weeks on board the Caglie-Sardin, a $25 million superyacht that is the world’s biggest yacht tour.
And in 2014, the Cannes Film Festival unveiled its list of nominees for best films about sailboats.
This year, the festival decided to put on its own show of the world in the waters off the coast of California.
The new Cagliero, with its twin-sailboat hull, has more than 400 passengers and a capacity of 1,500 people.
It was built in 2015 by the Italian luxury-builder Trieste S.p.A., a division of French multinational Carrefour Group.
The Cagnie-Sarkozy, a luxury-tour yacht owned by yacht designer and designer Guillaume Girard, is scheduled to be unveiled later this year.
The yacht is a collaboration between the Italian company Carrefours and the French luxury-maker Danske Bank.
The ship is the first of its kind to be built in the United States, and it’s a first for an American yacht.
The Caglia-Sakos is also a first.
It is a twin-towered, three-masted, four-decker vessel with a maximum cruising speed of 12 knots (19.7 mph).
It’s also the world first yacht with a dual-hull design.
The other vessels on the list are the Cagnia-Sartori, the largest yacht in the world with a capacity between 1,300 and 1,400 people, and the Cagan-Sapir, a two-mixed-midship, three decker vessel that is owned by the Russian state-owned Gazprom.
Both Cagliamos are designed by Italian yacht designer Giorgio Agnelli.
Agnells previous designs include the Sartori and the Caballero.