Sitcom star – motor yacht Sojourn in Will and Grace
by Caitlin Cheadle
Sitcom star motor yacht Sojourn in WIll and Grace
The 2003 fifth season finale of Will & Grace, titled Dames at Sea, takes place onboard supporting character Karens (Megan Mullally) extravagant yacht, a role awarded to the stunning 39.62m motor yacht Sojourn.
Originally built in 1999 by Gambol Industries,_ Sojourn underwent a refit in 2013. Designed by naval architect Jack Sarin, her stylish interior is the work of renowned designer Renee Brown, who has masterfully achieved a classic Old World European feel by combining plush, free-standing furnishings with steamed beech paneling, marble flooring, and rich upholsteries and drapery. _Sojourns impressive collection of artwork, which includes original sculptures by Anthony Quinn, is a real talking point too.
Sojourn can comfortably accommodate eight guests across four delightfully spacious staterooms (three with double beds plus one with twin beds), some featuring his and her full bathrooms, but her main draw is for those who love the outdoor life. She boasts an upper panoramic sky deck and two Jacuzzi tubs one that can accommodate eight people, located on the aft deck, plus another that can accommodate four people, located on the fly bridge. With her multi-level sport deck she is well appointed for fishing, diving and swimming, and guests can also make use of her extensive supply of water toys, including two Yamaha Waverunners, water skis, inflatable kayaks, extensive fishing equipment, and even skeet shooting equipment (on request).
Charter Sojourn from 53,980 per week plus expenses.
She is available to charter in winter in North California and moves over to the Pacific Northwest/Alaska for the summer.