Tom Brady showed up to the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl parade in his new $2 million boat with a boat police escort

Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady. AP Photo/Ashley Landis
  • The Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrated their Super Bowl win with a boat parade.

  • Tom Brady showed up in style on his new $2 million boat bought late last year.

  • Brady even got an escort by the boat police.

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Tom Brady arrived at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl boat parade in style.

To celebrate the Buccaneers dominant win over the Chiefs on Sunday, Brady cruised into the boat parade on his brand new $2 million boat.

The boat, named “Viva a Vida,” arrived to the parade with a police escort. It was quite a scene.

When Brady bought the boat last year, the Buccaneers quarterback came under some criticism for the purchase, as his company, TB12, had just received nearly $1 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans meant to help businesses that had been affected by the pandemic.

In addition to his base salary with the Buccaneers, Brady earned an extra $2.25 million in postseason incentives, with bonuses cashing in for Tampa Bay making the playoffs, reaching the Super Bowl, and winning.

On Wednesday, Brady and the Buccaneers seemed to be enjoying themselves. Tight end Rob Gronkowski, who came out of retirement to play with Brady for a second stint, had a party going on his boat, as one might expect.

Congratulations to the Buccaneers on their Super Bowl victory and their boats.

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