The Gronk cruise was the bro-iest boat that’s ever sailed the seven seas

We already know Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is probably the bro-iest bro of anybody who plays in the NFL. And after his Gronk party cruise docked in Miami on Monday, the social media moments emanating from the three days in the Caribbean were soon released en masse.  

Not surprisingly, they’re filled with debauchery. And dancing, drinking, decadence, and damage (to your reputation). Interestingly, one couple got engaged on the ship, but otherwise, it was a carnival of gratification and Gronkitude. Luckily, social media was there to give us insight into the bro-iest boat ride ever to ride the high seas.

For example:

One woman thought she could tempt Gronkowski with this offer: “I would do butt stuff.”

Not everybody, though, was there to be entranced by (or to seduce) the NFL’s best tight end. Said one woman: “I’m not a fan of Gronk. I’m not a fan of the Patriots. I’m just a fan of drinking.”

The Boston Globe had a fun rundown of the cruise, including talking to a woman who identified herself only as “There’s absolutely no way I’m telling you my name” who said, “Am I having a good time? Oh my God, yes! Although I kind of don’t remember last night. I might have blacked out.”

Other shenanigans:

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But here’s the most amazing thing we learned from the Gronk cruise. Not that people had loud sex on top of other non-participating people in their cabin, not that drugs were ingested nor that people got wasted. All of that was to be expected. But here’s what we didn’t know.

Gronkowski believes in his intelligence.

Photo via Total Frat Move/Twitter 

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.