Jerry Jones’ mega yacht dwarfs others docked in Miami for Super Bowl

Dated: January 29, 2020
Category: Blog

Jerry Jones is in Miami ready for a party.

Jerry Jones’ mega yacht: The Dallas Cowboys owner’s $250 million mega yacht, which arrived in the Miami area last week, is docked at PortMiami, according to video footage from WPLG/Ch. 10 in Miami.

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The 357-foot superyacht, which is almost as long as a football field, dwarfed most of the boats docked nearby. She is called “Bravo Eugenia”, after Jerry Jones’ wife Gene.

The superyacht features two helipads and accommodates a 30-person crew spread over 15 cabins, and 14 guests in 7 VIP cabins. Other luxurious features of the superyacht include a sauna, a massage room, a steam room, a plunge pool and also a rain shower.

The 3,600 GT yacht, which has a sophisticated hybrid propulsion system, also boasts two helicopter pads, a large tender garage and a luxurious beach club with its own gym, along with an extensive selection of water toys.

Multiple accounts report that he was berthed and working from his yacht at an unknown location, along with daughter Charlotte Jones Anderson and other family members.

The 109.0m superyacht Bravo Eugenia was built in 2018 by Oceanco, and features an extraordinary exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard and a luxurious and unique interior by Reymond Langton.

You can see more details about the superyacht here but in the meantime, the features and highlights of Bravo Eugenia are detailed below:

ACCOMODATION:
OWNER & GUESTS – 14
CABINS – 7
CREW – 30

SPECIFICATION:
LENGTH – 357’7 / 109m
BUILDER – Oceanco
EXTERIOR DESIGNER – Nuvolari Lenard
INTERIOR DESIGN – Reymond Langton Design
BUILT – 018
MODEL – Custom
BEAM – 53’6 / 16.3m
GROSS TONNAGE – 4500 Tonnes
DRAFT – 13’1 / 4m
CRUISING SPEED – 12 Knots
TOP SPEED – 17.5 Knots

For those of you who are more interested in the Superbowl than in Jerry Jones’ mega yacht, we can hep you out. Please find a link to the NFL Superbowl web page here: https://www.nfl.com/super-bowl/

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