Leonardo DiCaprio has been spotted on a yacht in Florida just days after revealing that he was planning a "long, long break."
The Academy Award winner completed three films back-to-back last year: "Django Unchained," "The Great Gatsby," and "The Wolf on Wall Street."
Consequently, DiCaprio revealed that his busy schedule left him "worn out," while speaking to a German newspaper.
"I'm a bit drained," admitted DiCaprio while speaking to Germany's Bild. "I'm now going to take a long, long break. I've done three films in two years and I'm just worn out."
Meanwhile, the 38-year-old Hollywood star was photographed on a yacht in Miami on Monday. Other boaters included supermodel Naomi Campbell as well as DiCaprio's mother, Irmelin, according to the Daily Mail.
"Django Unchained" was released Christmas Day, "Gatsby" is set to hit theaters May 10, and "Wolf on Wall Street" has not yet received a release date.
DiCaprio's role in the Quentin Tarantino-directed "Django" earned him a Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor nomination, but the award went to his co-star, Christoph Waltz.
Alternately, Baz Luhrmann-directed "Gatsby" has already created Oscar buzz. The film also stars Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire.
Then, at the helm of "The Wolf on Wall Street" was director Martin Scorsese. In it, DiCaprio plays a New York stockbroker alongside Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey.
Although he will be taking some down time, DiCaprio noted that he would remain focused on his environmental activism.
"I would like to improve the world a bit," said DiCaprio speaking to the newspaper. "I will fly around the world doing good for the environment."
The "Titanic" superstar is well known for having environmentally friendly habits, such as flying commercially instead of having his own private jet and using alternate sources of power in order to cut down on the use of energy.
"My roof is covered with solar panels," the actor noted, according to the Bild. "My car is electric. A normal person does not drive more than 50 kilometers (31 miles) a day. That can be done with a plug."