American billionaire Jerrel Wayne “Jerry” Jones, known as Jerry Jones, is the new owner of a 109-metre yacht, the Bravo project, built by the Dutch shipyard Oceanco. For this project, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys and the Dallas Desperados has put on the plate about 250 million dollars.
Building a 109-meter yacht with a slender shape is not a trivial task. The masters of superyachts – and not only – from the Nuvolari Lenard studio have succeeded in doing this, giving this boat the shape of a giant sports yacht, very attractive and gritty in its lines. There is not only pure aesthetic taste in this choice, but also a good dose of pragmatism: the elongated and slender hull of this yacht requires less power for propulsion. Not only that, but the internal volumes for the accommodation also benefit. This yacht is configured to navigate all the oceans of the world and boasts a hybrid engine, as well as being configured to offer multiple operating modes.
The luxuries of Jerry Jones’ superyacht
The interior is characterized by a sophisticated and elegant contemporary design, with light maple wood and pearl white lacquered with accents of contrasting walnut and ebony.
“We have worked closely with the owner to find the perfect craftsmen and artisans to create works of art, fabrics and furniture that reflect the style and essence of the owner and combine to create a warm and welcoming environment for everyone on board,” says Pascale Reymond, partner of Reymond Langton Design.
Jerry Jones, born in Los Angeles, USA, in 1942, made a name for himself in the world of oil and drilling and then worked on residential real estate projects in Dallas.
Jerry Jones, born in Los Angeles, USA, in 1942, made a name for himself in the world of oil and drilling and then worked on residential real estate projects in Dallas. In 1989 he bought the Dallas Cowboys for 150 million dollars, today the team is worth about 5 billion dollars. After an agreement in 2018, Jones became the controlling shareholder of Comstock Resources, a listed Texas oil and gas company. A passionate art collector, Jones’ collections include Norman Rockwell’s “Coin Toss” and paintings by Picasso, Renoir and Matisse, among others. According to Forbes, its assets are about $6.8 billion.