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

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Jerry Jones, the esteemed owner of the Dallas Cowboys, has already amassed a considerable fortune, regardless of the uncertain outcome of this year’s Super Bowl.

Recently, Jones made headlines by placing a jaw-dropping $250 million deposit on the superyacht known as Project Bravo, owned by Oceanco.


To put the sheer size of Project Bravo into perspective, it spans an impressive 357 feet, which is longer than a football field.

This luxurious vessel boasts not one but two helipads, a spacious garage for smaller boats and Jet Skis, a fully-equipped fitness center, and a comprehensive spa featuring a massage area and sauna.


Jones, renowned for his wealth, has made an investment that is truly remarkable.

Spending $250 million on a yacht may seem extravagant, but Project Bravo is no ordinary boat—it’s the epitome of extravagance among superyachts.


Reported by CBS Dallas, Jones’s acquisition of the Oceanco Bravo—a colossal vessel measuring 119 yards in length—comes with a slew of luxurious amenities, including two helipads, a state-of-the-art gym, a sauna, and a garage capable of housing smaller boats.

When your yacht requires smaller vessels to access it, you know you’ve reached the pinnacle of opulence.


It’s the kind of indulgence one might associate with a villainous character from a James Bond film, or in this case, Jerry Jones.

According to Charter World, this massive vessel can accommodate up to fourteen guests and requires a crew of thirty.


That’s more than two staff members per guest—an astonishing ratio that speaks to the scale of luxury aboard Project Bravo.

Jones’s purchase of Project Bravo reportedly took place in December, as stated by CBS Dallas.


Beyond its lavish features, the yacht also incorporates environmentally conscious design elements, making it Oceanco’s first yacht to feature the “LIFE” design—representing “Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel-Efficient, and Eco-Friendly.”

This forward-thinking design, which integrates advanced hybrid propulsion and significant battery capacity, sets a new standard for luxury yachts.


James Roy, managing director of Lateral Naval Architects, lauded the LIFE design in an interview with Robb Report, highlighting its innovative use of space for luxurious accommodations.

French interior designer Pascale Reymond of Reymond Langton Design, entrusted with crafting Project Bravo’s interior, collaborated with artists and craftsmen to create bespoke fabrics, furnishings, and artwork, ensuring an unparalleled level of sophistication.


Jones, known for his discerning taste in art, boasts a collection ranging from contemporary masterpieces by Picasso and Ellsworth Kelly to works by contemporary stars like Jenny Holzer, Eva Rothschild, and Anish Kapoor.

While specifics regarding the art onboard Project Bravo remain undisclosed, it’s worth noting that Jones and his wife, Gene, also curate a collection of contemporary art housed at the AT&T Stadium, home to the Dallas Cowboys—because in Texas, everything is bigger, including the art collections.

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