The Owner Of The Dallas Cowboys Reportedly Spent A Quarter Billion On This New Yacht

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has a new toy: a 357-foot yacht that costs a reported quarter billion dollars.  The “Bravo Eugenia” was completed near the end of 2018, and according to The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the ship came in at $250 million and is named for Jones’s wife, Gene.  The yacht reportedly has a pad to land his helicopter, a spa, a gym and a luxurious “beach club.” Coincidentally, the yacht is the same length as a football field measured from the back of one end zone to the back of the other. There’s room for 14 passengers and a crew of 20. The yacht apparently replaced Jones’ old yacht, the Nirvana, which was a more compact 290 feet long. The new boat was reportedly picked up in Scandinavia before Christmas. It was designed in Italy and built by a British firm. On Saturday, the Cowboys will face the Los Angeles Rams in a prime time playoff game.

Photo Credit: OceanCO via Fort Worth Star-Telegram

 

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Scott Fox
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