Tom Brady has added a new yacht to his collection called ‘Tw12ve Angels’. The seven-time Super Bowl winner was seen partying with friends on the newly acquired yacht, parked off the coast in Florida, in pictures published by TMZ. The outlet says that Brady acquired it specifically to enjoy his retirement, following a disastrous NFL season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Back in 2020, the 45-year-old quarterback bought his first yacht and named it Viva a Vida, after the environmental conservation initiative his ex-wife supermodel Gisele Bundchen started.
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All about Tom Brady’s Tw12Angels superyacht
Tw12ve Angels is a 77-foot superyacht called the Wajer 77. The Wajer 77 is built with cutting-edge materials and features state-of-the-art technology, including an advanced navigation system and a hybrid propulsion system that allows for silent cruising.
The yacht can reach a top speed of 37 knots, and its spacious interior can accommodate up to eight guests in four luxurious cabins. The Wajer 77 is also designed with socializing in mind, with an open-plan main deck that seamlessly integrates the interior and exterior spaces. The main salon features a fully equipped bar and lounge area, while the outdoor spaces include a large sunbathing area, a jacuzzi, and a dining area for al fresco meals.
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TMZ has reported that Brady’s Wajer 77 is manufactured in 2022 and it is like a “hotel on the water”. The report claims that the yacht can sleep nine people comfortably.
Brady previously spoke about his plan to buy the yacht, which eventually cost him $6 million. He had said that the yacht would be used for trips to the Bahamas, a popular destination for socials.
As to why he decided to upgrade to a 77 feet yacht from 55 feet, Brady had said: “With a little bit bigger boat, for us, the 77 allows us to sleep overnight really comfortably and those weekend trips would be really something. That would be great memories for our family for years to come.”