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Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Buys A Yacht The Size Of A Football Field

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones dropped a ton of cash on a massive new yacht.

Jones spent a quarter of a billion dollars on the Bravo Eugenia, and the ship looks like it could be a battle cruiser. Take a look at it below.

 

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Yacht Harbour reported the following details on the ship:

The 109-meter’s interior was created by Reymond Langton, with an expected over 4,000GT of volume. Stretching across a 16.3-meter beam, the yacht is capable of reaching a top speed of 17.5 knots. Bravo Eugenia is powered by a hybrid propulsion system.

One of the largest yachts built in the Netherlands, the 109-meter was built for US billionaire Jerry Jones, whose net worth is estimated at $6.8 billion by Forbes.

Forbes also added the following Tuesday:

For his $250 million, Jones’ yacht reportedly has a pad to land his helicopter, a spa, a gym and a luxurious “beach club.”

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.

Business must be booming for my man Jerry Jones because that is one hell of a boat to pull into the harbor. There are yachts and then there are pseudo-destroyers, and the Bravo Eugenia absolutely falls into the second category.

Imagine being so rich that you can drop a quarter of a billion dollars on a yacht that is 360-feet long. That’s real power.

Business really must be booming for the man running the Cowboys. His team is making a playoff run, and he’s now the proud owner of one of the coolest ships ever made. (RELATED: Here Were The Best Moments From Wild Card Weekend In The NFL)

Forget the Titanic and some dumb love that ends with Leonardo DiCaprio drowning. I want no part of that story. However, I want to know every single story that goes down on the Bravo Eugenia. You only buy a yacht like that if you plan on partying.

Mad props to Jerry Jones for reminding the whole world that billionaires simply do it better than the rest of us.

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