Billionaire owner Jerry Jones' £170m 357ft superyacht moors in London

From the French Riviera to the Thames! Dallas Cowboys billionaire owner Jerry Jones’ £170m 357ft superyacht moors in London for festive season months after dropping anchor in Cannes

  • With two helipads and room for 14 guests across seven cabins, it requires a 30-strong crew to man the vessel
  • Built by Dutch yacht firm Oceanco in 2019, it is capable of reaching 18 knots and has a total of 29 bedrooms
  • Worth more than £6,132,200,000 ($8billion), boasts a complete gym, pool, steam room, sauna and a garage
  • The Dallas Cowboys billionaire owner Jerry Jones’ £170million, 357-foot superyacht Bravo Eugenia has been spotted in London for the festive season months after dropping anchor in Cannes. 

    With two helipads and room for 14 guests across seven cabins, it requires a 30-strong crew to man the vessel, created by Italian designer Nuvolari Lenard.

    Built by Dutch yacht firm Oceanco in 2019, the boat is capable of reaching 18 knots and has a total of 29 bedrooms, according to superyachtfan.com. Its interior was crafted by Reymond Langton Design. 

    The Bravo Eugenia, owned by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, was seen off Gravesend today after sailing down the Thames

    The Bravo Eugenia, owned by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, was seen off Gravesend today after sailing down the Thames 

    With two helipads and room for 14 guests across seven cabins, it requires a 30-strong crew to man the vessel, created by Italian designer Nuvolari Lenard

    With two helipads and room for 14 guests across seven cabins, it requires a 30-strong crew to man the vessel, created by Italian designer Nuvolari Lenard

    Built by Dutch yacht firm Oceanco in 2019, the boat is capable of reaching 18 knots and has a total of 29 bedrooms, according to superyachtfan.com. Its interior was crafted by Reymond Langton Design

    Built by Dutch yacht firm Oceanco in 2019, the boat is capable of reaching 18 knots and has a total of 29 bedrooms, according to superyachtfan.com. Its interior was crafted by Reymond Langton Design

    Jerry Jones named the Bravo Eugenia after his wife, Gene (pictured with the Cowboys owner at the Texas Medal of Arts Awards

    Jerry Jones named the Bravo Eugenia after his wife, Gene (pictured with the Cowboys owner at the Texas Medal of Arts Awards

    This morning the Bravo Eugenia – which shares the second half of its name with Jones’ wife – was seen off Gravesend after making its way down the Thames from the City.

    Worth more than £6,132,200,000 ($8billion), Jones had the boat engineered for fuel efficiency in the hope of being as eco-friendly as possible. 

    It boasts a complete gym, beach club, pool, steam room, sauna and a garage.

    Jones purchased the Dallas Cowboys in 1989 for $140 million and immediately began the process of returning the franchise to its glory years of the 1970s.

    Since then, the Cowboys have won three Super Bowls, Jones was named the NFL Executive of the Year in 2014, and the franchise is now reportedly worth over $4billion, making it one of the most valuable in all of sports.

    Jones is famously fond of his ostentatious vehicles, such as ‘The Elegant Lady’ team bus, which reportedly cost around $2million.

    This morning the Bravo Eugenia - which shares the second half of its name with Jones' wife - was seen off Gravesend after making its way down the Thames from the City

    This morning the Bravo Eugenia – which shares the second half of its name with Jones’ wife – was seen off Gravesend after making its way down the Thames from the City

    Worth more than £6,132,200,000 ($8billion), Jones had the boat engineered for fuel efficiency in the hope of being as eco-friendly as possible. It boasts a complete gym, Beach Club, pool, steam room, sauna and a garage

    Worth more than £6,132,200,000 ($8billion), Jones had the boat engineered for fuel efficiency in the hope of being as eco-friendly as possible. It boasts a complete gym, Beach Club, pool, steam room, sauna and a garage

    The bus was equipped with three couches, nine television screens, and host of concealed coolers, shelves and its Cowboys star-inlaid wooden floor, according to the Washington Post.

    Unfortunately, the Elegant Lady was involved in a fatal accident in Arizona in 2016 when it collided with a vehicle that was making an illegal turn.

    Four people died in the collision, none of whom were in the team bus.

    The Cowboys were not accused of any wrongdoing in connection with the crash. Jones also reportedly spent over $1 billion on the construction for the team’s current stadium, AT&T Field. 

    Jones and Eugenia wed in January of 1963 and have three adult children.

    The huge vessel was seen being guided by a tug boat through the Thames Estuary out to the open sea

    The huge vessel was seen being guided by a tug boat through the Thames Estuary out to the open sea 

    Bravo Eugenia is seen moored at Butlers Wharf, near Tower Bridge on the River Thames on an earlier trip to the capital in 2019

    Bravo Eugenia is seen moored at Butlers Wharf, near Tower Bridge on the River Thames on an earlier trip to the capital in 2019