Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is worth a cool $6.8 billion, according to an estimate from Forbes. So what do you do when your pockets are that deep? Well, you burn a cool $250 million on a superyacht. That’s exactly what Jones recently did, according to the Washington Post. The craziest thing? When you take into account inflation, the yacht cost Jones approximately the same amount as it did for buying the Dallas Cowboys back in 1989.
The yacht was built by Oceanco in the Netherlands and is named “Bravo Eugenia.”
So what do you get with a $250 million yacht?
You get a beautiful ship that is the length of a football field. It includes a full-size gym, storage for other boats and jet skis, rooms for 14 guests and a crew of 30 members, and two helipads in case you need to admire your beautiful ship from the sky. And considering Jones owns an $8 million helicopter he uses from time to time to commute to games, that is perfect.
It also includes a jacuzzi on deck, air conditioning (obviously), an elevator and lift, movie theater, and underwater lights, according to Yacht Charter Fleet.
You can check out photos and video of the superyacht below.