The Dallas Cowboys billionaire owner Jerry Jones' new £170million, 357-foot superyacht Bravo Eugenia has arrived in London complete with two helipads.
Boasting room for 14 guests across seven cabins, it requires a 30-strong crew to man the vessel, designed by Nuvolari Lenard.
Built by Oceanco this year, the yacht is capable of reaching 18 knots and has a total of 29 bedrooms, according to superyachtfan.com and its interior was crafted by Reymond Langton Design.
Bravo Eugenia is seen moored at Butlers Wharf, near Tower Bridge on the River Thames after arriving in the capital this afternoon
Pictured: The superyacht cruising through the Thames estuary in Kent as it made its way up to London this morning . Boasting a total of 29 cabins, the vessel also boasts two helipads and requires a crew of 30
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones purchased the 109-metre yacht, named for his wife, called the Bravo Eugenia. The yacht, built last year by Netherlands-based Oceanco, can sleep up to 14 people and is taken care of by a 30-person crew
The Bravo Eugenia is pictured near Gravesend in Kent as it heads to Tower Bridge in central London, where it will be moored this morning
This morning the Bravo Eugenia - which shares the second half of its name with Jones' wife - arrived in the capital, making its way down the Thames.
Worth more than £6,132,200,000 ($8billion), Jones had the boat engineered for fuel efficiency in the hope of being as eco-friendly as possible. It boasts a