Disney expected the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser It was one of the most important attractions related to the George Lucas saga in Anaheim, however, the cruise has not passed an acceptable flight test in this galaxy.
Located next to Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World, the Starcruiser is structured similar to a cruise ship.
Fans stay in cabins instead of rooms and enjoy buffets, live entertainment, onboard activities like lightsaber and jumper training, and even a “shore excursion” to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Guests are encouraged to cosplay and form their own character backstories, as well as interact with the ship’s cast of Rodians, Twi’leks, and Togrutas, both in person and on an app.How guests choose to respond in these interactions and assigned “missions” determines whether they aid the Resistance or support the First Order, culminating in a culminating event on the last night of the experience.
However, its high prices, coupled with the immersive, story-choice experience being a bit claustrophobic (because you can only be inside four walls), have made it a hard sell.
Prices when the Starcruiser opened in early 2022, were as follows: A two-night “voyage” for 2 guests per cabin had a total price of $4,809. For two adults and one child per cabin, rates were around $5,300 total.
The Direct site states that there are problems selling tour packages:
“He has only one trip scheduled (which is the equivalent of two nights) between January and September 2023, it is fully booked. For reference, the Starcruiser houses 100 cabins and suites with a maximum capacity of 502 guests. Recent reports claimed that occupancies have been lowprompting Disney to reduce employee hours and additional entertainment.”
One more problem for Disney, which will have to change its formula with the cruise.