If you’re not reading Dan Brooks over at StarWars.com, you’re simply missing out.
Fresh off his visit to the construction zone for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and a piece about runDisney’s Star Wars events, the editor over at the Star Wars mothership brought his family to Star Wars Day at Sea via Disney Cruise Line.
[A] pretty amazing thing happens when you’re a Star Wars superfan and start raising a family: your relationship to the saga changes. And it changes in a rich, rewarding way. Star Wars is no longer something for me to experience on my own; it’s something for me to share and pass down. I’d never felt that more thanDan Brooks, StarWars.com
That was the really powerful and joyful thing about [his son] Jack getting his first lightsaber, and my family’s Disney Cruise Line and Star Wars Day at Sea experience overall…
The highlight, for Jack and I, at least, is a stunning Star Wars area called Star Wars: Command Post, which looks like it was pulled right out of a Resistance base. It oozes detail, with weathered columns, exposed “wire,” and illuminated and interactive
The article and its illustrations are precious, and have me rethinking some upcoming vacation plans.
“The great thing about all of our Star Wars programming in this space is that it’s ever-changing,” Alex Black, youth entertainment host at Star Wars: Command Post told me. “So every time a child or adult visits, the program might not be the same as it was beforehand.” I didn’t want to leave, never mind Jack.
Do you agree? Check out the story and tell us if you’ve been on a “Disney Cruise” or attended a “Star Wars Day at Sea.”