Disney Cruise Line has announced that a Star Wars themed bar is coming to their latest ship, the Disney Wish, in 2022.
Called the Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge, the adults-only watering hole is reportedly inspired by Dryden Vos’ lavish starcruiser from Solo: A Star Wars Story, and looks to use similar technology to that of the Galactic Starcruiser Hotel in Walt Disney World.
Here’s more from the Disney Parks Blog…
That’s right parents … It’s not just your kids who get to have all of the fun! Every evening, this high-end bar styled as a luxurious yacht-class spaceship is reserved exclusively for adults. For the first time on one of our ships, you can embark on a space-jumping tour of the Star Wars galaxy with interactive tasting experiences and signature beverages inspired by the films.
The venue’s sleek interior design and metallic detailing is inspired by lavish star cruisers similar to Dryden Vos’ ship in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” While you sip your galactic concoctions, this space-faring voyage will transport you to iconic locations from the eras of the Republic, Empire and First Order, employing hyperspace jumps to travel from planet to planet while sensational scenes unfold just beyond the ship’s panoramic viewport at each stop.
Ranging from serene vistas to action-packed encounters, the spectacles seen through this virtual “window” into the galaxy will feature famous space ships from the films and fan-favorite locales like Batuu, Tatooine, Mustafar and Coruscant. The experience will be amplified by surround-sound audio and a holotube that presents holographic models of nearby ships.
The Disney Wish is scheduled to set sail in 2022, and is one of three new cruise ships announced by Disney.
[Source: Disney Parks Blog]
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