“Bravo” for American football: the buyer 109-metre Oceanco

Buyer 109-metre yacht Oceanco Bravo Eugenia was the owner of American football team the Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones (Jerry Jones). Its official name is the boat, formerly known as Project Bravo, was in honor of the spouse of the customer of Eugenia Jones (Eugenia Jones).

Bravo Eugenia, the length of which exceeds the length of a football field, costing the businessman-billionaire in $250 million.

On Board there are two helicopter pads, a garage to store the tenders and jet skis, gym and even a SPA with massage services and a sauna. Equipped with a hybrid power plant, Eugenia Bravo very eco-friendly — as a megayacht can be.

Despite the impressive size Eugenia Bravo, the designers of the exterior of Nuvolari Lenard managed to keep a stunningly low profile and elegant proportions of the body, making it more like a sport boat than a superyacht.

A lot in terms of interior decoration were made to order.

“We worked very closely with the owner to find the perfect craftsmen in textiles and furniture,” notes Pascal Raymond (Pascale Reymond) of the British company Reymond Langton Design, which was tasked to study the interior Eugenia Bravo.

It is known that the interior is done in a subtle, elegant style with a finish of light maple, finished in white pearl lacquer and contrasting perfectly with household items from walnut and ebony.

Probably the yacht will be decorated with paintings of famous masters, because its owner is a known collector. In the collection of Jerry Jones has paintings of Pablo Picasso, also really like Ellsworth Kelly and Jenny Holzer, sculptors, Eva Rothschild and Anish Kapoor. Jones and his wife even opened a contemporary art gallery in the building of the AT&T Stadium is the home arena for the Dallas Cowboys.

Before becoming one of the most striking figures of American soccer, Jones amassed capital to oil production and investment in projects to oil drilling. In addition, he was involved in the trade of residential real estate in Dallas. Today, Forbes estimates the state of Texas tycoon’s $6.8 billion “Cowboys” are his biggest asset — the value of team is estimated at $5 billion, Jones purchased the Dallas Cowboys in 1989, paying $150 million Since they became three-time Champions.

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