“I Have A Bad Feeling About This” – More Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Reservations Open Up in April and May 2022

Early Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser voyages are beginning to open up again. The first three months were initially sold out, but it seems some guests are canceling as they reach the 90-day deadline to pay in full.


Two sailings are currently available in March 2022, the first month of the hotel’s operation. One is available in April, and seven are now available in May.

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The late June voyage, as well as all of July and August, are still available.

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  1. Man the numbers are becoming like a juggling act. Will people make up their minds. They are going up and down like a see saw.

  2. Looks like people are not thinking that it’s worth $6000. For what you get. More like $1200 for 2 travelers and like $1800 for a family of 4. You can take a 3 day cruise for much less than Disney is asking for this pseudo cruise.

  3. Well, early bookers are beginning to realize what they’re going to be paying and thus cancelling their reservations. The ship, outside and inside, looks nothing like Star Wars. The whole thing reminds me more of The Fifth Element. Information is also leaking out from Disney cast members associated with this space fantasy and it sounds horrible. I can say that I don’t blame them at all. Thanks, Bob Cheapskate.

  4. …actually-Disney has a WEIRD SENSE of the words “sold out”. As of a moment ago they had 14 days available in March, 10 in April, 6 in May, 6 in June and the entirity pf July, August and September….in other words I agree-“I have a BAAAADD Feeling about THIS…”~Can you say DEFUNCTLAND??

  5. Everyone is all doom and gloom on this – and, yes, it’s overpriced and the videos leave things to be desired – but we also have to consider that there’s probably a lot of people who booked this thinking that COVID would be over by March of 2022 and it’s very possible that people are seeing new variants and case numbers and deciding they would rather wait than likely be required to wear a mask for the majority of a trip that essentially locks you inside of a building for 2 days.

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