Reportedly built in the Netherlands and launched in 2017, the vessel was delivered by Dutch shipyard Oceanco after going through trials on the North Sea. The ship is massive at 357-feet long and also includes a gym as well as two helipads.
The sleek and sporty yacht also offers many special features, including a heli-landing platform, on both the foredeck and the aft deck, a large tender garage and dedicated equipment stowage, providing plenty of space for a large selection of water toys.
A "beach club" described as "generous and luxurious".
Per Yachtharbour.com: It cost $250 million (as many folks pointed out, that's $100 million more than the price he paid for the Cowboys). Bravo Eugenia is capable of a top speed of 17.5 knots while powered by a hybrid propulsion system.
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