Last week, I was joking that in West India Dock it was like a superyacht convention, the arrival of the Bravo Eugenia has added to the excitement.
At 109 meters (358 ft) Bravo Eugenia is probably one of the longest superyachts we have had in the dock since the 2012 Olympics.
Bravo Eugenia was built by Oceanco in the Netherlands and was completed in 2018.
Bravo Eugenia has exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard, interior design by Reymond Langton Design Ltd., with naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects.
Up to 14 guests are accommodated on board the superyacht with accommodation for 30 crew members.
For once, we know the owner of the yacht. It is Jerry Jones, owner of the NFL Dallas Cowboys team.
What we do not know is how long the $250 million yacht will be in London.
I do not know if superyacht owners are having a convention, but another superyacht has appeared in West India Dock. After a very quiet year for visitors to the dock, we are finishing the year with a bit of excitement.
The recent arrival is the 58.5m / 192ft superyacht PHI which was built at Royal Huisman’s newbuild facility in Vollenhove, The Netherlands. The brand new yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 staterooms, with 11 crew members.
PHI was designed by Cor D. Rover, with naval architecture Van Oossanen Naval Architects, and the interior of the yacht was designed by Lawson Robb.
The attractive yacht has a aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure with a top speed of 22.0 kn.
As usual in the secretive world of superyachts, it is not known how long the yacht will be in the dock or who the owner is.