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Cristiano Ronaldo has been getting over his Euro 2020 disappointment by soaking up the sun on a mega yacht.
The Portuguese captain could not inspire his side to repeat their continental heroics of five years ago, losing out 1-0 to Belgium in the round-of-16.
Having also suffered a tough campaign with Juventus, missing out on the Serie A title and having a disappointing Champions League campaign, the 36-year-old has been enjoying some down time.
And Ronaldo has been doing this on his incredible mega match believed to be worth £5.5m, having bought it last year.
Called an Azimut Grande, it is 88 feet from bow to stern – only 12 shot of the minimum requirement by FIFA for the length of a football pitch.
Built in the Versilia shipyards of Azimut-Benett, it boasts five luxury cabins and six stunningly decorated bathrooms.
There's also a modern kitchen onboard, as well as two relaxation areas, a huge lounge, and a lavish dining room.
Ronaldo shared a snap on his Instagram page to 309m followers over the weekend with model girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and their four children.
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They enjoy sitting on a huge white lounging area at the back of the mega match, with the Atlantic Sea around Madeira in the background.
While the family can enjoy cruising around in the sun, they can also reach an incredible speed in the 93-tonne, carbon-fibre boat.
Two 1,900 horsepower engines can sent the mega yatch up to 28 knots, which is 32mph – a speed that CR7 showed he could threaten in the 4-2 group-stage loss to Germany last month.
Ronaldo and Rodriguez previously rented the boat from a charter company but the 36-year-old decided in 2020 to make it a permanent asset in his portfolio.
The forward may not be returning from the mega match to Juventus, though, as he has been linked with a return to Manchester United.
But his agent Jorge Mendes has been in touch with the Italian giants ‘asking for a new deal’.
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The Portuguese forward may not be playing at Euro 2020 anymore but he remains in contention for the Golden Boot, sitting on five goals alongside the Czech Republic's Patrik Schick.
His first two goals came in the 3-0 win against Hungary in Portugal's opening, grabbing a penalty in the 87th minutes before starting and finishing a flowing move in stoppage time.
Ronaldo then put the Euro 2016 champions ahead after just 15 minutes at the Allianz Arena, Munich, with a swift counter-attacking move.
While he grabbed the last two from the penalty spot in the thrilling 2-2 draw against France to finish third in the group and lose to Belgium in the round-of-16.
The 36-year-old also broke another record during the campaign, becoming the all-time top scorer in Europe for major tournaments.
It would mark a return to Old Trafford for Ronaldo after a 12-year absence.
Having arrived from Sporting Lisbon in 2003, he scored 118 goals in nearly 300 appearances to win three Premier League titles and a Champions League.
An £80m move to Real Madrid followed, adding four more European titles before heading to Juventus.
Ronaldo's 784 goals for club and country have made him one of the most recognisable people on the planet, topping the Instagram rich list.
- Cristiano Ronaldo
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