Disney Cruise Line’s Star Wars Day at Sea Returns in 2021

Disney Cruise Line will re-introduce Star Wars Day at Sea in 2021. This day-long celebration is filled with character encounters, live shows and Star Wars-themed activities for the entire family. Star Wars Day at Sea will take place on seven-night Disney Fantasy cruises from Port Canaveral, FL, to the Caribbean from January through early March. 

Guests can meet with the likes of Chewbacca, C-3PO and R2-D2; come face-to-face with Darth Vader; and be on watch as Stormtroopers, Bounty Hunters and Jawas roam the ship. Youngsters can learn the ways of the Jedi and use their new-found skills in a face-off against Darth Vader and Kylo Ren in “Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple.” The whole family can celebrate iconic moments from the Star Wars galaxy with the “Summon the Force” deck party, complete with a fireworks show.

Costume celebrations, movie screenings, trivia sessions, the Star Wars Drawing Academy and a ship-wide Porg-themed adventure are more of the ways families can feel the Force on Star Wars Day at Sea. Unique food and beverage and special merchandise are also available on these sailings in early 2021.

All Star Wars Day at Sea 2021 sailings make a stop in Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island in the Bahamas reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests, home to beaches and fun-filled leisure and recreational activities for all ages. Western Caribbean departures are scheduled for January 2, 16 and 30, and February 13 and 27; the itinerary includes Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; and Falmouth, Jamaica.

Departing January 9, 23, and February 20, the Eastern Caribbean itinerary includes Tortola, St. Thomas and Castaway Cay. The February 6 sailing includes St. Maarten and St. Thomas.

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