The Duck Boats rolled for the New England Patriots’ victory parade on Wednesday in Boston as the team celebrated a 4th Super Bowl Championship.

Crowds lined the parade route from Boylston Street to City Hall Plaza as the team’s players, staff, and coaches piled into the Duck Boats and danced and smiled as they made their way down the route.

Fans cheered and navigated snow piles that still stood on the side of roads after Monday’s snowfall.

“You know, it’s not as cold when you’re a Super Bowl champ,” said Shane Vereen.

The Patriots will keep warm during the parade with a few layers of championship T-shirts, a hard-earned reward for a season’s worth of work.

“This is music to my ears,” Darelle Revis said. “Sounds very awesome, we worked so hard for it, and it was a great year from start to finish, and we kept focus as a team, as a whole group, and it’s been great. It’s been a great ride.”

This is the fourth time Tom Brady has reached the top of the hill, but the wait for this one makes it that much sweeter.

“When we won our first three it happened so quick, and then to have a 10-year gap there with a lot of really great football teams and great year but never able to win the last game,” Brady said. “Then to do it in the style we did it the other night was just spectacular.”

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