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Jerry Jones buys quarter-billion dollar yacht with helipads, plural

Jerry Jones buys quarter-billion dollar yacht with helipads, plural

Former Razorback and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones took luxury relaxation to the next level by purchasing one of the largest yachts built in the Netherlands.

The yacht - named Bravo Eugenia after Jones' wife, Eugenia (better known as "Gene") - reportedly can sail at a top speed of 17.5 knots, equivalent to about 20 miles per hour.

The yacht was sea trialed in early December before being handed over to Jones on December 20.

It's worth noting that Jones paid more for the yacht than he did for the Cowboys back in 1989, even with inflation adjustment. Other features include a garage for water vehicles and a spa, complete with massage room and sauna. The ship is massive at 357-feet long and also includes a gym as well as two helipads.

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Jones, 76, has a net worth of $6.8 billion, according to Forbes. Now the owner is in the news for his large purchase, a $250 million superyacht.

The interior of the vessel features light maple wood and white pearl lacquer with accents of walnut and ebony.

Bravo Eugenia's cabins reportedly can accommodate an estimated 14 passengers and an estimated 20 crew members. Considering the Cowboys are now the most valuable sports franchise in the world with an evaluation of just under $5 billion, this boat has a lot to live up to.