Jerry Jones bought a $250M yacht that’s bigger than a football field

The outcome of the Dallas Cowboys winning the Super Bowl this year is still to be determined, however, owner Jerry Jones has already achieved significant success.   

The billionaire entrepreneur has invested a staggering $250 million in Oceanco's Project Bravo superyacht. The vessel is 357 feet in length, which is longer than the distance of a football field, equivalent to 119 yards.   

The property features two helipads, a garage for smaller boats and Jet Skis, a gym, and a complete spa with a massage area and sauna.  

According to CBS Dallas, Jones acquired Project Bravo in December. In addition to its extravagant comforts, his new toy is also environmentally conscious, to the extent that yachts can be.   

The yacht was introduced to the market in November of the previous year and is Oceanco's inaugural vessel featuring the "LIFE" (Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel-Efficient, and Eco-Friendly) design.  

"The LIFE design utilizes advanced hybrid propulsion, which includes a substantial battery capacity, and is complemented by a single-tier engine room that enables innovative utilization of space for exceptional luxury accommodations,"  

stated James Roy, the managing director of Lateral Naval Architects, in an interview with Robb Report last year.  

Pascale Reymond, from the UK-based design firm Reymond Langton Design, was responsible for creating the interior of Project Bravo.   

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