Guests will experience the first-ever vacation experience by boarding the Halcyon starcruiser on March 1. 2022, They’ll feel the Force and use a lightsaber against a training remote similar to Luke Skywalker’s in Star Wars A New Hope . This is one of many immersive activities in the two-night adventure that will allow you to live Star Wars HTML1.
This morning at Destination D23, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro gave us a sneak peek at this much-anticipated moment aboard the starcruiser. Let’s make our first steps into a bigger world. Watch as Josh uses a lightsaber to test his abilities.
Oh, wait … there was more? Yes, Josh stopped by the starcruiser’s bridge where Disney Imagineer Sara Thacher showed him how to defend it using blaster cannons. These skills will also be taught to guests during their adventure. In that faraway galaxy, nothing goes as planned.
This is only a glimpse of what’s coming for Star Wars : Galactic Starcruiser. Keep checking back here at the Disney Parks blog as we speed towards March 1. Earlier this week, for instance, we revealed a few of the new characters you may meet onboard.You can also visit www.starwarsgalacticstarcruiser.com for more details and register to receive regular updates.
So until next time, remember that the Force will always be with you.
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