Today sports fans around the United States gather to watch Super Bowl LIII. They’re doing so in a variety of places, like their own living rooms, their friends’ homes, bars, and restaurants. Some, though, might be doing so on the decks of a yacht—in a warm, tropical climate, no less. But, chances are, as beautiful as those yachts may be, they aren’t as impressive as these two new superyachts belonging to NFL team owners.
- Bravo Eugenia. Bravo Eugenia (above) is rumored to belong to Jerry Jones, of the Dallas Cowboys. The 358-footer (108-meter) is among the largest deliveries of 2018, too. She rang in the holiday season in Norway, before returning to Oceanco, her builder, for a few more touches. Among all the superyachts belonging to NFL team owners, she’s the only one with exterior design and naval architecture by Nuvolari-Lenard and BMT Nigel Gee. She’s further the only one to have a hybrid propulsion system, offering multiple operational modes for better efficiency. Bravo Eugenia additionally features two helipads, a sauna, and a beach club. Reymond Langton Design designed the interior with light woods and lacquered surfaces, plus accents of walnut and ebony.
- Lady S. While she’s not yet finished, Lady S (above) is the newest yacht for Washington Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder. Feadship, her builder, hasn’t disclosed his identity, but Snyder is well-known for owning a previous Lady S. He sold her to new owners last fall. That yacht: 225 feet (68.5 meters). This one, meanwhile, measures 305 feet (93 meters). Among the highlights of the new Lady S are a much-talked-about, two-level IMAX theater. Numerous newspapers have mentioned it, for instance—along with how Congresswoman Elizabeth Warren mentioned it. Specifically, she called out Snyder’s ownership of a multi-million-dollar yacht as proof that he can afford her proposed Ultra Millionaire Tax.
To learn about even more superyachts belonging to NFL team owners, read “5 Superyachts of Super Bowl Contenders.”