Although none of the ships in the Disney Cruise Line is ready to make the Kessel Run, soon young passengers will be able to pretend they're making the jump to hyperspace.
The Disney Dream will head into dry dock in October and emerge with two new interactive youth areas, one inspired by the interior of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, and the other based on the popular Disney Infinity video game.
As you can see from the concept art above, the Millennium Falcon is a pretty good recreation of Han Solo's ship. Kids will be able to sit in the cockpit, participate in Star Wars-themed crafts and activities, watch episodes of Disney XD's animated Star Wars Rebels on large screens, or play video games.
The Disney Dream is also bringing on board the popular Jedi Training Academy, in which young Padawans learn from a Jedi Master how to use a lightsaber, and then face Darth Vader in a final test.
Disney Cruise Line earlier this year announced a "Star Wars Day at Sea" during eight sailings of the Disney Fantasy, and in 2013 added a Marvel's Avengers Academy area to its flagship Disney Magic.
As part of its “reimagineering," the Disney Dream will also add a Wreck-It-Ralph-themed specialty sweet shop called Vanellope’s Sweets & Treats.