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Leonardo DiCaprio is partying on a £400m yacht for the World Cup in Brazil

17 June 2014, 07:45

Los Angeles - Leonardo DiCaprio is partying on a £400m super-yacht in Brazil.

The Wolf of Wall Street actor is watching the FIFA World Cup in style on a 482-foot Topaz, according to local reports, and the boat boasts a deck top Jacuzzi, a swimming pool, fitness hall, cinema and large conference room among other assets.

The vessel is owned by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, deputy prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and owner of Manchester City FC, and is the fifth largest yacht in the world.

This isn't the first time Leonardo has been on board the incredible yacht.

In April, the hunk teamed up with Jamie Foxx and Orlando Bloom to host an 80s-themed party on the Topaz in New York and it was believed he had 100 guests and over 80 crew members who were "sworn to secrecy before boarding the half-billion-dollar yacht".

An insider then said: "Leo wore a velour pantsuit to the '0s-themed party.

"[He brought in] deejays, décor, designers and extra security."

- BangShowBiz


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