Dallas Cowboys football team owner Jerry Jones made the headlines after splashing a whopping £195million on a new Oceanco’s Project Bravo superyacht. According to published reports in Forbes Bravo’s naval architecture and engineering was done by Lateral, the vessel’s exterior design is done by Nuvolari Lenard and the interior design is by Reymond Langton Design.
Not only the yacht is bigger than the size of a football pitch, but it also comes with some special features, which includes a helicopter pad on both the foredeck and the aft deck, a large tender garage, and dedicated equipment stowage, providing plenty of space for a large selection of water toys.
The superyacht also has a large spa that includes a sauna, steam room, massage room, plunge, pool and rain shower. Also, on the lower deck are a complete gym and a generous and luxurious beach club. The giant vessel can hold 14 passengers and a further 20 crew members.
The 2018 list of Forbes named the team as the World’s Most Valuable Sports Team with a net worth $4.8 billion, up 14% from $4.2 billion in 2017. This American football team was valued more than Premier League giants Manchester United and La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid. The massive superyacht cost Jones more than he spent on the Cowboys in 1989. The Texas tycoon had bought the team for $150 million in 1989 and since then has won three Super Bowls.