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Henry and Pizzuti in Fenway Park, where they’ll celebrate their wedding late next month. (Photograph by David Yellen)

John Henry stood on the bow of his yacht, wearing a Red Sox T-shirt and tan safari hat, sunscreen covering his nose. Next to him was his fiancée, Linda Pizzuti, in a red tube top that revealed a bit of black bikini underneath. She was explaining to him the history of the Bridge of the Americas, how it connects North America to South. As she read from her guidebook, he looked at her with bemusement. This cruise through the Panama Canal to the Galapagos had been her idea, and now she was serving as eager tour leader.

We’d spent the past three days cruising the canal aboard Henry’s yacht, the Iroquois , a 164-foot vessel with a dozen crew. The trip would be the farthest south Henry had ever ventured, and an immeasurable distance from the posh Mediterranean and Caribbean vacations he was used to. But then, his relationship with Pizzuti has been full of firsts. They were a couple no one could have seen coming—and one that, for a while, had looked doomed. Along the way, Henry, an intensely private man, showed a side of himself that would surprise the Bostonians for whom the 59-year-old Red Sox owner is such an enigmatic figure. I know, because as one of Pizzuti’s closest friends, I had a front-row seat to the whole thing.

Henry began the evening of June 6, 2008, as he did many nights since filing for divorce the previous year: out with the guys. He and Red Sox chairman Tom Werner, a fellow divorcé, met for dinner at Scampo at the Liberty Hotel, one of their favorite haunts. The third member of their party, nightclub owner Ed Kane, was delayed leaving his 25-year Harvard reunion. So to kill time they headed over to the adjacent Alibi bar, where Harley Bilzerian, daughter of Newbury Street boutique owner Alan Bilzerian, was celebrating her 30th birthday.

The shy, somewhat awkward Henry stood in the corner with Werner, who threw open his arms to hug two of Bilzerian’s friends when they came over to say hello. The women were soon joined by a third. Her poise—not to mention her glossy dark hair, endless eyelashes, and ear-to-ear smile—made an immediate impression on Henry.

“John Henry is staring at you,” Amy Belkin, daughter of developer Steve Belkin, told Pizzuti.

“Who’s John Henry?” Pizzuti asked.

Though a Boston native, Pizzuti didn’t follow sports. Feeling uncomfortable with the stranger’s attention, she avoided eye contact. Henry, for his part, kept staring and racking his brain for something clever to say.

Werner, Henry, and Kane call themselves the Cirque du Rire, or Circus of Laughs. They came together after David Ginsberg, vice chairman of the Red Sox, introduced Kane to Henry in the summer of 2007. The group proceeded to spend what was by their count close to 100 straight days together—going to games, eating dinners, watching movies. It’s not often men their age meet comrades they feel so akin to; they think of themselves as brothers. “Between Tom, Ed, and me,” Henry says, “it’s never boring.”

It was 11 p.m. when Kane finally arrived at Alibi with girlfriend Aurora Ransbottom. He asked Henry what he’d missed. “I said, ‘Well, there is an interesting woman over there I was introduced to,'” Henry recalls. He told Kane he couldn’t think of anything to say to her. “Really?” Kane said. “No problem, I’ll send Aurora over.” As Ransbottom approached the woman, “I watched in a little bit of horror,” Henry says.

Taking charge, Ransbottom asked Pizzuti if she would like to join them for a late-night bite at the South End restaurant Stella. Pizzuti shot back with questions: How well did she know these guys? How long had she known them? But after a powwow, our group of friends convinced her to go with the moment. I made her promise to call when she got home.

At Stella, Henry and Kane traded funny stories about celebrating the 2007 World Series win. Pizzuti, not being a fan, didn’t get a lot of their references, but she found their humor disarming. Afterward, she accepted Henry’s offer of a ride home, and sat next to him in his Mercedes coupe, with Kane and Ransbottom squeezed into the back seat. Henry dropped the couple off first. As they walked away arm in arm, Henry said, “Look how in love they are.” After lingering a moment, he drove Pizzuti to her North End apartment.

“Let me know if you’d ever like to go to a baseball game,” he told her, handing her his Red Sox business card. Pizzuti thanked him, but had no intention of taking him up on the offer.

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BOSTON -- A crew member on a yacht belonging to Red Sox owner John Henry apparently committed suicide on board Monday while the vessel was docked in Boston, authorities and the team said.

The team said in a statement that fellow crew members were the only other people on board the yacht Iroquois, which was at Rowes Wharf near the financial district and is a sight familiar to Bostonians.

The man was 28 to 30 years old, said police spokeswoman Cheryl Fiandaca. When firefighters and police arrived at the yacht, they found him in cardiac arrest, and attempts to revive him were unsuccessful.

It wasn't clear who called authorities, and police did not release the man's name. The manner of death also wasn't released.

Police at the scene did not comment, and a man who appeared to be a yacht crew member said he could not comment.

"Mr. Henry and the members of the Boston Red Sox are saddened by the news and send deepest condolences to his family," the team's statement said.

Henry, the team's principal owner, has owned the Red Sox with two major partners since 2002 and is a former owner of the Florida Marlins. He is chairman of John W. Henry & Co. Inc., a hedge fund he founded in 1981.

The team has won two World Series during his tenure, the first in 2004 after an 84-year title drought.

Henry is also the principal owner of English soccer team Liverpool FC.

Forbes magazine reported in 2011 that Henry had listed the 164-foot yacht for sale for $28 million.

Associated Press writers Steve LeBlanc and Jay Lindsay contributed to this report.

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The 62-year-old slipped down some stairs on Friday and was seen leaving the 164-foot £20million Iroquois in a neck brace.

Henry had treatment at Massachusetts General Hospital but was discharged in time to watch Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Everton at his home.

Club officials insist the American suffered no lasting damage and was in high spirits after the Reds’ derby triumph.

The accident happened on the day Henry’s baseball side Boston Red Sox parted company with double World Series winning manager Terry Francona.

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A crew member on a yacht belonging to Red Sox owner John Henry apparently committed suicide on board Monday while the vessel was docked in Boston, authorities and the team said.

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The team said in a statement that fellow crew members were the only other people on board the yacht Iroquois, which was at Rowes Wharf near the financial district and is a sight familiar to Bostonians.

The man was 28 to 30 years old, said police spokeswoman Cheryl Fiandaca. When firefighters and police arrived at the yacht, they found him in cardiac arrest, and attempts to revive him were unsuccessful.

It wasn’t clear who called authorities, and police did not release the man’s name. The manner of death also wasn’t released.

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Police at the scene did not comment, and a man who appeared to be a yacht crew member said he could not comment.

“Mr. Henry and the members of the Boston Red Sox are saddened by the news and send deepest condolences to his family,” the team’s statement said.

Henry, the team’s principal owner, has owned the Red Sox with two major partners since 2002 and is a former owner of the Florida Marlins. He is chairman of John W. Henry & Co. Inc., a hedge fund he founded in 1981.

The team has won two World Series during his tenure, the first in 2004 after an 84-year title drought.

Henry is also the principal owner of English soccer team Liverpool FC.

Forbes magazine reported in 2011 that Henry had listed the 164-foot yacht for sale for $28 million.

Associated Press writers Steve LeBlanc and Jay Lindsay contributed to this report.

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Police: Apparent suicide aboard Red Sox owner John Henry's yacht

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Boston police are investigating what they said was an apparent suicide aboard the yacht of Red Sox owner John Henry on Monday afternoon. The team issued the following statement:

Earlier today, a crew member on the vessel, M/Y Iroquois, apparently took his life aboard the vessel docked at 30 Rowes Wharf. Mr. Henry and the members of the Boston Red Sox are saddened by the news and send deepest condolences to his family. Apparently only crew members were on board the vessel when the incident occurred.

Authorities and medics were called to Rowes Wharf behind the Boston Harbor Hotel, where the yacht was parked. Officers found a man, roughly 30 years old, in cardiac arrest. He died, and his identity has not been released. A Boston police spokesperson said it was "an apparent suicide," according to CBS Boston .

Henry, 63, purchased the Red Sox in 2002 as part of a multi-franchise sale that put the Marlins in the hands of Jeffrey Loria. Henry made his fortune as a commodities broker.

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Police investigate 'suicide' on Liverpool owner's yacht

Boston police are investigating an apparent suicide on board yacht owned by Liverpool FC owner John W. Henry, The Boston Globe (£) reported .

A man aged between 28 and 30 years old was found in cardiac arrest on the vessel, Boston police spokeswoman Cheryl Fiandaca said.

John W. Henry owns Liverpool FC and the Boston Rex Sox.

Efforts were made to revive the man, but he was later pronounced dead.

The unnamed man may have been working aboard the 164-foot-long yacht, which was docked at a wharf behind the Boston Harbor Hotel at the time of the incident, she added.

John W. Henry, who is the principle owner of Liverpool FC, also owns the Boston Red Sox.

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The Liverpool owner, John W Henry , is believed to have been discharged from hospital after suffering an injury on his yacht.

A Boston radio station said that Henry, who also owns the Boston Red Sox, left his private boat in a neck brace after a minor incident on Friday.

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BOSTON (CBS) - Red Sox owner John Henry was taken to the hospital after an incident on his yacht Friday evening.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Mike Macklin says Henry walked off the boat with a neck brace on.

An ambulance transported Henry to the hospital from a dock near the Boston Harbor Hotel, where Henry's yacht, Iroquois is docked.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Mike Macklin reports

The boat was out on the water when the incident happened.

Shortly after Henry was taken off the boat, Red Sox President Larry Lucchino says there was a minor incident on the boat, but wouldn't elaborate. He said he expects Henry to be OK.

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Boston Red Sox owner John W. Henry has dropped $25 million on a waterfront estate on Nantucket in the Shimmo neighborhood.

Henry, who is also the principal owner of The Boston Globe and the Liverpool Football Club, is expected to close on an abutting property at 48 Shimmo Pond Road that could bring the total value of the two acquisitions to approximately $35 to $38 million, island real estate sources told the Current .

Taken together, the deals could break the record for the highest sale of residential real estate in Nantucket history, eclipsing the previous record of $36 million for a home on Lincoln Avenue that was set less than two weeks ago.

The transaction last Friday for $25 million listed Harbor Hill House LLC as the buyer, an entity registered to John W. Henry at 433 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, Fla.

The property Henry acquired on Friday at 4 Middle Valley Road is a waterfront estate that features multiple buildings totaling 18,100 square feet, including 10 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. It was previously owned by entrepreneur Donald Burns, who tapped internationally known architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen to envision the compound. The property was recently featured in Architectural Digest .

The two properties at 4 Middle Valley Road and 48 Shimmo Pond Road - both owned by Burns - had been on the market together for $42.5 million .

On April 22, the property at 48 Shimmo Pond Road was transferred by Burns' limited liability company to another entity - 48 SBR LLC - registered to Boston attorney Joseph Brodigan. That sale was completed for $0.

Henry and his wife Linda Pizzuti have previously vacationed on Nantucket, and once told WGBH that the decision to move forward with the purchase of the Boston Globe was finalized during a beach walk on the island.

The deal for the waterfront estate marks just the latest high-end real estate transaction in Nantucket’s white-hot real estate market. The aforementioned $36 million sale of 21 Lincoln Avenue - which is believed to have sold to Texas businessman Robert Bass - was preceded by the $32.5 million sale of 42 Easton Street on Brant Point last October to Stephen A. Schwarzman.

Last year there were two other sales over $30 million on Nantucket, including the commercial properties of the Beachside Hotel for $38 million , and the Nantucket Inn for $30 million .

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Exiled russian oligarch’s 257’ superyacht amaryllis seen towed through palm beach.

The Amaryllis being towed past the former mansion of Henry Flagler, built in 1902

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The 257’ superyacht Amaryllis apparently owned by exiled Russian oligarch Andrey Borodin was towed past Palm Beach, FL on Friday morning, according to a visual account by CorpGov .

The yacht, whose owner is frequently cited as Mr. Borodin by enthusiast publications, moved slowly through the Lake Worth lagoon where bridges were raised for its passage. A towboat with flashing lights about 150 feet ahead pulled the Amaryllis , built by German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen in 2011.

While CorpGov could not officially confirm Mr. Borodin as the owner of the vessel, his wife, socialite Tatiana Korsakova, has posted dozens of Instagram photos and videos aboard the Amaryllis. A yacht broker interviewed by CorpGov confirmed that Ms. Korsakova is indeed aboard the Amaryllis in the photos and videos.

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The sighting comes as billions of dollars in Russian-owned yachts have been seized around the world as a result of international sanctions. CNN has published an extensive list of seized vessels, which were taken in harbor cities including Mallorca, Spain and London.

However, it is unclear if the Amaryllis was being seized or voluntarily towed. Very large yachts often choose to be towed because bridges are required to raise for them, according to the yacht broker.

The former Bank of Moscow chief was granted political asylum in the UK in February 2013 after fleeing what he alleged to be politically-motivated fraud and embezzlement charges. Mr. Borodin would go on to be tried and convicted in abstentia in Russian Court in 2018, but not before managing to enlist a number of prominent American lawmakers to lobby Washington for a U.S. visa. Despite Russian extradition requests to the UK government, Borodin’s controversial attempts to make large donations to the NHS, and the uncovering of an assassination plot against his life, the fugitive banker remains overseas, having been granted access to his Swiss bank accounts and having made several notable London real estate purchases during his time in exile.

Mr. Borodin is widely listed as a billionaire, but his total wealth remains difficult to confirm accurately, with the governments of Switzerland and the Bahamas having been asked to help the Russian government in its legal case. In 2012, Borodin purchased the UK’s then-most expensive home, an 80-hectare 18th-century estate in Oxfordshire, for upwards of $217 million. In 2017 he was granted access to personal Swiss accounts holding a reported $378 million. The Amaryllis was purchased for a reported $120 million.

Mr. Borodin did not immediately respond to an emailed query from CorpGov , while the FBI declined to comment. An emailed query to The Department of Homeland Security was not returned.

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