After a hard few days gracing red carpets and promoting her new film A Bigger Splash, American actress Dakota Johnson finds respite in a classic-style day boat. With the glamorous event coming to a close, Johnson may be using this beautiful vessel to head to our pick of the best places to visit after the Venice Film Festival.
Italian actress Giulia Elettra Gorietti takes a break from her native Rome to visit its Venecian cousin - and is sure to make the most of the city's watery assets. Emanating pure Italian style, there is no doubt that Elettra Gorietti knows how to survive the Venice Film Festival on a luxury yacht.
American model and musician Hailee Steinfeld enjoys the sights (and beautiful weather) of Venice from a day boat before beginning duties as an ambassador of Italian fashion label Miu Miu. While at the film festival, Steinfeld also attended the premiere of Black Mass and continued promoting her new single Love Myself.
American model Hilary Rhoda shared this glamorous snap with her Instagram followers shortly before the Venice Film Festival premiere of Spotlight. Rhoda chose the city's beautiful canals as her transport route but, instead of opting for a traditional gondola, picked an altogether more chic Riva to go with her glittering evening gown.
Italian actress, model and television presenter Fiammetta Cicogna takes advantage of a little free time during the Venice Film Festival to enjoy a boat ride on the city's famous waters.
American actor Mark Ruffalo proved that even Hollywood stars can still be keen tourists when he shared this cute collage with his social media followers. Judging from this snap, it's safe to say Ruffalo visited all the top attractions on his luxury cruise of Venice.
We think Spanish actress Paz Vega made a wise choice by spending her few precious free hours between duties as a Venice Film Festival jury member on a day boat visiting the sites of the beautiful city.
British model Laura Bailey enjoyed the sights and sounds of Venice's many waterways from a vintage open-top day boat with friends Amy Gadney, Daisy Bevan and Sheherazade Goldsmith before stopping by the film festival to catch the premiere of highly acclaimed film Everest.