Jerry Jones Paid More For New Yacht Than What He Paid For The Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones bought a brand new yacht for Christmas and it cost him more money than he spent when he bought the football team in 1989. According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the 360-foot yacht cost him $250 million, while he only spent $140 million to buy the Cowboys.

The new yacht, which was delivered just before Christmas, has two helipads, a gym, a garage for water vehicles, and a beach club. The yacht was named Bravo Eugenia, after his wife Gene, and built by Dutch shipyard Oceanco. Jones took ownership of the superyacht on December 20th before embarking on a Christmas cruise around Scandinavia. 

Jones' $140 million investment in the Cowboys has paid off as the team is currently worth just under $5 billion.