Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank recently plunked down $180 million for an enormous super yacht, joining the likes of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and Washington Redskins owner, Dan Snyder.

According to TMZ Sports, Blank's 240-foot luxury yacht has been named "DreAMBoat," referencing his initials 'AMB.'

The yacht includes 11 cabins with enough room for 23 guests and a crew of 33, as well as its own swimming pool, and hot tub on the ship's deck.

Per TMZ:

"A luxury yacht company called Oceanco built the boat ... and we're told 76-year-old Blank was VERY involved in the process -- flying to the Netherlands several times to meet with the ship makers."

According to Forbes, Blank, who co-founded Home Depot in 1978, is worth approximately $4.8 billion. In addition to owning the Falcons, he also brought pro soccer to Atlanta with his Major League Soccer team Atlanta United FC, which started playing in March 2017 and won the MLS Cup in 2018.

As mentioned, Blank isn't the only NFL owner to spend some of his billions on a massive water mansion. According to TMZ, Redskins owner Dan Snyder spent $100 million on his 305-foot yacht that comes equipped with its own IMAX theatre.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones outdid both of them when he purchased a $250 million 357-foot yacht featuring 2 helipads, a steam room, full gym and a massage room.