Liverpool owner’s superyacht makes gas stop
St George’s residents caught a glimpse of a high-end visitor — the 70-metre superyacht Elysian.
The Cayman-registered luxury vessel stopped by the island briefly on Wednesday to refuel as it travelled to Gibraltar.
The ship, bought by billionaire John W. Henry in 2016, has six guest rooms, a helipad, a massage room and an infinity pool among its many amenities.
Mr Henry is also the principal owner of The Boston Globe, the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool Football Club, who play Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League final tomorrow afternoon.
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