In 2020, epic adventures at sea return to Disney Cruise Line with a limited engagement of the popular Star Wars Day at Sea. With Cruises departing from Port Canaveral, this makes a perfect land and sea option for the serious Star Wars fan or just… Read More »Star Wars Day at Sea returns in 2020 on nine Disney Cruise Itineraries
Star Wars Day at Sea
We just talked about how some of the 2018 Star Wars Day at Sea cruises on the Disney Fantasy were still available for booking, but if you want to plan a little further ahead, you’ll be happy to hear that Disney Cruise Line has announced… Read More »Epic Star Wars and Marvel Disney Cruise sailings announced for 2019
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That’s no moon it’s a cruise ship. The Disney Cruise Line has just announced that select cruises in 2018 on the Disney Fantasy will again feature a “Star Wars Day at Sea.” Star Wars Day at Sea transports guests to a galaxy far, far away… Read More »Star Wars Day at Sea returns in 2018 aboard Disney Fantasy
The two new cruise ships are still years away, but Disney Cruise Line is expanding in other ways. They just added even more Star Wars Day at Sea for the 2017 calendar. New in 2017, the Disney Fantasy special sailings expand to both eastern and… Read More »Disney Cruise Line grows Star Wars fun in 2017
I was there as invited press, and my take on the overall experience can be found on GeekDad. However, there was far more happening on the cruise than I could fit in one article and I would be remiss not to discuss it further. Yes, I’m talking about t-shirts.
Seriously, the Star Wars shirts worn by Disney Cruise Line guests, just like everything on the ship, were next level stuff. I took as many photos as I could, which was kind of weird at first, but after a few pictures I realized that people were more than happy to pose—before long I was the “shirt guy,” and I’ve been called a lot worse.
Note: I included both “fan” and “official” shirts in the gallery. The photo quality isn’t always great as many of them were snapped in elevators, hallways, and assorted places you tend to pass through quickly. Also, I may have had a beverage in my hand.
And on that note . . .