Which Place Is Nicer: Canto Bight or Dryden’s Yacht?

The last two Star Wars films have featured gorgeous locations that feature fancily dressed characters and fascinating aliens. But, between Canto Bight and Dryden’s yacht, First Light, which one would I rather go to on a 5-star Star Wars vacation?

Canto Casino

Canto Bight is a place of beauty and sheer fun. There’s a giant casino, spas, restaurants, it’s basically the nicest place to be in Star Wars. And while it is a very fancy place it wasn’t as amazing as I had expected it to be. It was a beautiful location, there’s no doubt about that, but nothing about Canto Bight really piqued my imagination in the way that I thought it would.

Aurodia Ventafoli

Now, First Light is gorgeous. The golden colors, the strange looking windows, I’ve never seen a yacht in Star Wars before but it’s kind of amazing.

I’m undoubtedly a fan of First Light way more than a fan of Canto Bight. Maybe that’s because the scenes featuring Canto Bight but it just never hit my wow button even though I thought it would.

Which fancy location do you like more; Canto Bight or First Light? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day. May the Force be with you.

2 thoughts on “Which Place Is Nicer: Canto Bight or Dryden’s Yacht?”

  1. Hi Annlyel, well….in a way you have seen yachts before in Star Wars. Queen Amidala’s starship was sort of considered a yacht (while the smaller ship Amidala pilots to Mustafar in ROTS is known as a Skiff), then Jabba’s sail barge is a sort of yacht too.
    Now, Canto Bight just reminds me of Avalon and Santa Catalina Island just of the coast of Los Angeles. And a funny fact, the TV show Airwolf filmed on Catalina Island and there was a casino on the island in the story. It also just happened to be the famous large round building on the island they used as the casino location! It then got obliterated by Airwolf. Luckily it was really a scaled model that was destroyed.

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