There was plenty of enjoyment throughout the day, with Tom Brady even tossing the Lombardi Trophy between the boats:
When the trophy wasn't at risk, the players were seen dancing and partying on various boats throughout the parade:
Brady came through in his own multi-million-dollar boat that he purchased in December.
The players were ready to celebrate even before they left land:
Some Bucs also took a shot at Brady with shirts immortalizing the quarterback's famous picture from the NFL scouting combine in 2000:
While the boat parade kept the distance between the players and fans, there was no shortage of people watching along the river:
Not everyone had a great time as Scotty Miller apparently dropped Chris Godwin's phone in the river:
It otherwise appeared to be plenty of fun for all those involved.
The event comes three days after the Buccaneers earned a 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs for the franchise's first title in 19 years.
The city also held a boat parade for the Tampa Bay Lightning after their Stanley Cup title in September, allowing a safer atmosphere for those involved amid the COVID-19 pandemic.