The yacht was constructed by Dutch company Oceanco and engineered by Lateral Naval Architects.
Say hello to the Bravo Eugenia, a yacht so big it's actually called a "superyacht".
Designed by Nuvolari Lenard, and built in the Netherlands, the yacht technically launched in 2017, but was delivered to the billionaire owner of the Dallas Cowboys in December 2018.
The contemporary interiors by British firm Reymond Langton feature maple wood and pearl lacquer finishes with contrasting ebony details.
Jones' ship also includes a massage room, a plunge pool, a steam room, and a place for Jones to store any other smaller water vehicles like Jetskis.
Dubbed the "Bravo Eugenia" after Jones' wife, Gene Jones, the massive boat boasts features such as a "beach club", gym and a helipad, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. By the way, that's also around the top speed of Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott. The ship has a single-tiered engine room, which allows for the ship's slender design and more room for guest accommodations, according to the builder. At the time, the 290-foot yacht, named Nirvana, was up for sale with a price tag of about $300 million.
The Cowboys, of course, are worth well beyond what Jones paid in 1989.