Guest posing with lightsaber for CSL Portrait Experience

CSL Portrait Experience at Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Increasing by $300

The CSL Portrait Experience, a private PhotoPass session at Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, will be increasing by $300.

Guest posing with lightsaber for CSL Portrait Experience

CSL stands for Chandrila Star Line, which is the company that operates the Halcyon. The portrait experience lets you and/or your entire group capture your “Star Wars” looks at various locations on the Halcyon during a 30-minute session. The introductory rate since Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser launched six months ago was $99. Starting October 17, sessions will be $399.

CSL Portrait Experience is similar to the “Capture Your Moment” PhotoPass sessions available at Walt Disney World theme parks but does use more advanced camera equipment. It includes downloads of select images that have been professionally retouched, which will be delivered to guests’ My Disney Experience account.

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To book a session, guests can contact a Galactic Starcruiser Specialist at (407) 939-1800 up to 60 days before their Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser voyage. There is limited availability and no-shows or cancellations made within 24 hours of the reservation will be charged the full price of the session.

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  1. just a reflection of todays disney business model. next, they will cut the 30 minutes to 15 minutes and charge the same price.

  2. Every time I see Disney make an extortionist move like this I always wonder what Walt himself would think… I was under the impression his original vision for the company was that he wanted Disney to be accessible for every family. Now, even locals are starting to refuse to pay for rising admissions costs. That says something.

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