Sources: Jones Buys 109-Meter Yacht With 2 Helipads

The yacht was built by Netherlands-based Oceanco in 2018

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has purchased a 109-meter yacht, named for his wife, called the Bravo Eugenia, sources confirmed to NBC 5 Sports Director Newy Scruggs.

The yacht, built last year by Netherlands-based Oceanco, can sleep up to 14 people and is taken care of by a 30-person crew, according to SuperYacht Times.

The Bravo Eugenia has two helipads and a fitness center that includes a sauna, steam room and gym, according to SuperYacht Times.

The boating site reported Jones took ownership of the yacht at the end of 2018, after Oceanco completed a series of winter trials on the North Sea.

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Dutch Yachting, a group dedicated to yacht-related news from the Netherlands, posted several photos and a video of the Bravo Eugenia on its Facebook page.

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