When news of the Dutch superyacht shipyard Oceanco delivering their 357-foot-long, $250 Million superyacht Bravo to her proud owners broke late last year, it received the normal oohs and ahhs from superyacht watchers like me who report on the largest private yachts being built these days. But when several sources started to report that Bravo’s owner was none other than Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, the media reports became a bit more sensational. And since a billionaire like Jones has never been afraid of the limelight, it comes as no surprise that the sports and financial media have been attracted to such a celebrity story.
Jerry and his wife Eugenia (or Gene) Jones are active philanthropists. They founded the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Foundation. And the Gene and Jerry Jones Family Center for Children.
Throughput the years, they have donated tens of millions of dollars to charity and other great causes. Their philosophy is to ‘help those who don’t have the strength, the resources or the means to help themselves’.
During construction the motor yacht Bravo Eugenia was known as Project Bravo. Or by her Oceanco project number Y718.
The 109 meter (358 ft) yacht is designed by Nuvolari Lenard. And Reymond Langton Design is responsible for her interior.
She will probably be able to accommodate 14 guests. And she has a crew of at least 22. We heard she is powered by MTU engines.
Y718 is one of the largest yachts built in the Netherlands. She ranks behind Feadship’s Anna and the Oceanco Jubilee.
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To read the story behind the purchase, follow this link…….Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones’ New $250 Million Yacht Grabs Headlines Across The League