Disney Cruise Lines has been exploring virtual reality for its upcoming luxury cruise line, which will run from the Cape Cod Bay to Orlando.
The company has partnered with Georgia tourism attractions and its own amusement park in Atlanta, and the ride will feature some of Georgia’s most famous attractions including Georgia State Fair and the Georgia Aquarium.
The ride, called Adventures in the Land of the South, will begin its first ride in 2017.
“Our goal is to provide guests with the best experience possible on our newest, largest and most immersive ride experience,” Disney Cruise line CEO Joe DiPietro said in a statement.
“We’ve already been working on the experience with Georgia for over a year and are excited to start working with them again.”
Guests will get to experience the world’s largest cruise ship in an immersive, 360-degree virtual reality experience, and they will also get to ride a new ship that features a “unique, interactive interactive experience that combines real and virtual environments.”
Disney Cruise lines most recent rides have included the Hyperloop, Magic Kingdom and the Star Wars: The Last Jedi Experience.
Disney Cruise ships most recent attractions have included rides at Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World in Florida, and it has a new Florida attraction scheduled to open in 2021.
“These attractions are some of the most iconic and spectacular attractions in the world, and we’re thrilled to continue our relationship with Georgia and Atlanta as we work to create the next generation of excitement for Disney guests and visitors to Georgia,” DiPetro said.
“It’s been an incredible journey to see the amazing progress we’ve made together, and to have our theme parks and other attractions at Georgia and Georgia State fairs and Aquariums be part of our next generation experience.”
The tour includes some attractions that will be located in Georgia and Orlando, but there will also be some attractions not in the new ride.
“You can look forward to a wide range of experiences from Georgia’s iconic attractions, such as Georgia State and Georgia Aquaria, as well as our first new Florida attractions, the Star Trek Discovery, in 2021,” Di Pietro added.