By Mary Mrad for Daily Mail Australia
04:58 13 November 2023, updated 08:35 13 November 2023
He is currently on Australia tour.
And on Friday, Mötley Crüe rockers Tommy Lee and Vince Neil toured the country ahead of their show in Sydney.
The band members enjoyed a night out as they cruised around Sydney Harbor on a luxury yacht with their families.
Tommy, 61, was wearing black pants and a matching jumper for the outing and was smoking a cigarette after boarding the boat.
The Mötley Crüe drummer completed his look with a black hat and was accompanied by his wife Brittany Furlan and son Brandon, who he shares with ex Pamela Anderson.
When Vince arrived at the port with his longtime girlfriend Renee Hannah, he wore a white T-shirt and blue jeans.
He completed his look with a white cap and sunglasses over his T-shirt.
Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard are currently on the Australian leg of their joint world tour.
The band took to the stage at Giants Stadium at the Sydney Showground in Sydney on Saturday night.
His next match is to be held in Melbourne on 14 November.
On Monday, Tommy criticized the high price of cigarettes in Australia compared to the rest of the world after buying a pack of Marlboro Gold 25s from 7-Eleven.
Tommy was left fuming when he was forced to pay $251.96 for four packs of cigarettes and shared the receipt on his Instagram page.
‘$251.96 for 4 packets of smokes here in Melbourne,’ he wrote with two bird emojis.
He then took aim at 7-Eleven’s ‘Wonderfully Easier’ tagline, writing: ‘7/11 surprisingly easier!’
Tommy paid $62.99 per pack, which is expensive even by Australian standards where the average packet costs $40.
According to the website Statista, a pack of Marlboro 20s costs about $9 (about AUD$15) in the United States.
In an effort to eliminate smoking completely, the Australian government has the highest tobacco tax in the world.