Jerry Jones Spends More to Buy Yacht Than He Did on Cowboys

The Texas billionaire shelled out about $250 million on the 360-foot vessel.

Jerry Jones
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in 2018. (Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty)
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As a Christmas present to himself, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones bought himself a superyacht.

The Texas billionaire, who also got a present when the Cowboys won a playoff game over the weekend, reportedly spent about $250 million on the vessel.

The purchase is proof that owning a football team is a good investment because the yacht actually cost $110 million more than the $140 million Jones spent to buy the ‘Boys in 1989.

Now, three decades later, the team is worth $5 billion. Jones, 76, is worth approximately $6.8 billion overall.

Measuring 360 feet long and complete with two helipads, a garage for water vehicles, a gym and a beach club, and more luxurious amenities, the boat is named Bravo Eugenia after Jones’ wife Gene Jones.

“The interior is a sophisticated, elegant, contemporary design that features light maple wood and white pearl lacquer with contrasting accents of walnut and ebony,” according to an Oceanco press release.

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