The 109-metre Oceanco superyacht Bravo Eugenia has arrived in London and berthed at Butler's Wharf Pier in Tower Bridge. According to BOATPro, the yacht began her journey to the UK capital when she departed from Lisbon approximately two weeks ago, which included a stopover in Rotterdam, the Netherlands last week.
Bravo Eugenia is famously owned by American businessman Jerry Jones, who also owns the American football team, Dallas Cowboys. Delivered in 2018, the motor yacht is christened after his wife, Eugenia Jones.
At 109 metres, Bravo Eugenia sits in the same size category as Lady Jorgia, Kaos and the newly delivered Renaissance (though the yacht doesn't quite qualify for the top 25 largest yachts in the world).
The superyacht first hit the water in November 2018 sporting a slender, low-profile designed by Nuvolari Lenard. Jerry Jones has the inside of his yacht firmly shielded from the public eye, with interior photos hard to come by. But with a 16-metre beam to play with and British studio Reymond Langton Design at the helm, Bravo Eugenia's interiors are surely impressive. Naval architecture is owed to Lateral Naval Architects.
Oceanco described Bravo Eugenia as "a prime example of [our] new wave of forward-thinking yachts”, being highly efficient in spite of her impressive length. Powered by a hybrid propulsion system, she can run on a "quiet electric mode" that allows her to consume 30 per cent less fuel than other yachts in her size class.
Bravo Eugenia is one of the largest yachts to visit London in recent times – her last sighting on the Thames was in January 2022.Read More/110m superyacht Kaos arrives in London