Cowboys fans reveled in Saturday’s victory to advance to the divisional round of the playoffs, but Jerry Jones took his celebration to a new level.
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys owner splurged on a $250 million superyacht that is 357 feet long and equipped with two helipads, a garage for water vehicles, a gym, a spa and a “luxurious Beach Club.”
The report noted the vessel, constructed by Dutch shipyard Oceanco, is named “Bravo Eugenia” after Jones’ wife and was delivered to him at the end of 2018.
@oceancoyacht Bravo Eugenia, back in Holland after her maiden voyage to Norway seen here passing the Erasmusbridge in Rotterdam #oceanco #oceancoyacht #bravoeugenia #yacht #superyacht #megayacht #yachting #yachtlife #yachtdesign #instayacht #design #designer #luxury #rotterdam #erasmusbridge #netherlands
The extravagant purchase should come as no surprise considering Jones is worth an estimated $6.8 billion, and the Cowboys are the most valuable sports franchise in the world at roughly $5 billion, according to Forbes.
After outlasting the Seahawks in the wild-card round, the Cowboys are next slated to visit the Rams at 8:15 p.m. ET Saturday.