Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Splashes Out on Superyacht


In scores of other games, Jerry Jones has a new yacht!

Websites that cover the yachting industry report that Jones took delivery of a almost 360-foot, Dutch-built yacht on December 20 somewhere in Scandinavia.

Reportedly built in the Netherlands and launched in 2017, the vessel was delivered by Dutch shipyard Oceanco after going through trials on the North Sea. The naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects helped made it the first yacht to have a LIFE (Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel Efficient, Eco Friendly) design.

A spa with a sauna, steam room, massage room, "plunge" pool and "rain" shower. "Also, on the lower deck are a complete gym and a generous and luxurious Beach Club".

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According to TMZ, the ship is called "Bravo Eugenia", a name that takes after his wife Gene Jones. The ship has a single-tiered engine room, which allows for the ship's slender design and more room for guest accommodations, according to the builder.

Pascale Raymond, of UK-based Reymond Langton Design tasked with designing Project Bravo's interior, said her team worked with artists and craftsmen on the yacht's fabrics, furniture, and bespoke art.

An oil magnate, Jones has owned the NFL's Cowboys since 1989. The Cowboys are the most valuable sports franchise in the world at $4.8 billion.

Per Yachtharbour.com: It cost $250 million (as many folks pointed out, that's $100 million more than the price he paid for the Cowboys).