I recently sailed aboard the company's newest ship, the Disney Wish, which offers some exciting dining and lounge options at sea.In addition to a Frozen-themed dinner theater, I was most looking forward to visiting the themed lounges, like the Bayou and Hook's Barbery.But once I arrived on board, I couldn't wait to check out Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge, the first Star Wars-themed bar at sea.As a fan of Oga's Cantina at Disneyland and Disney World, I was looking forward to seeing how this compares.Hyperspace Lounge is located on deck three across from the Bayou, a gorgeous lounge themed after The Princess and the Frog.Although the Star Wars lounge is open to all during the day, it's adults-only in the evenings. When we visited on the first night of our cruise, we were able to walk right in. But the next day, the lounge switched to a reservation system.The entryway, where multicolored potions line the walls, immediately puts you into a Star Wars story.After a small hallway, guests push a brightly lit green button on the wall before a door dramatically opens — with a loud swooshing sound — to welcome you inside the dimly lit cocktail den.Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge is much more high-end than Oga's at the parks.Instead of a rugged cantina feel, it's more refined with elegant gold detailing.There are also tons of little nooks enhancing the all-around intimate feel.Around the lounge, I spotted items from different planets in the Star Wars galaxy, like an idol from Batuu and a volcanic crystal from Mustafar.These added a pop of color to the gold, minimalistic setting.I was also surprised to find both table seating and bar seating — unlike Oga's Cantina, which is largely standing room only.My party opted to sit at the bar, which had prime viewing of space via a large screen made to look like a window.Star Wars: Hyperspace lounge is themed to be a party ship that cruises through the galaxy to seven different locations.As you're looking at the window, the ship periodically goes into hyperspace and onto the next locale, like Batuu or Coruscant. Plus, it travels to different time periods, like when The Mandalorian takes place on Tatooine.The scenes depicted include views of X-wings, TIE fighters, and other ships from the Star Wars universe.Going into hyperspace was my favorite part. The state-of-the-art screens are very realistic, so it was fun to play along.The drinks are completely different from those found at Oga's Cantina and, much to my delight, aren't premade mixes.The made-from-scratch cocktails are wildly inventive and themed to different planets. It also serves beer, wine from Skywalker vineyard (owned by George Lucas), and zero-proof mocktails.Most cocktails were between $15 and $20. But there's also a $5,000 cocktail, the Kaiburr Crystal, which is described as the galaxy's rarest and valuable cocktail.The four-serving drink experience is elaborately presented in a Camtono (from the original trilogy films) and includes Camus Cognac 4.16 and Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve 23-year bourbon.It also comes with Star Wars gifts, a bottle of wine from Skywalker Ranch, a visit for one to the ranch, and a special send-off from the ship.Priced at $20 and inspired by Tatooine, the Freetown Reserve is made with Woodford Reserve double-oaked bourbon and served smoked over a glittering blue ice cube.This was very booze-forward and reminded me of an old-fashioned.It was so good I ended up ordering a second one. It ranked as one of the best cocktails I tried on the cruise.We tried the Mustafarian black ale ($10) inspired by the dark, volcanic history of the location of Darth Vader's personal sanctum, Fortress Vader.This was a delicious and excellent stout. It looked like it might be heavy, but it tasted lighter than expected.At 8.5% ABV, the alcohol shines through as it's a higher percentage than the average beer (typically closer to 5% ABV).We also tried the Batu-inspired Spire Sunset ($15), which was fruit-forward with kumquat, lychee, and coconut.The drink was pretty, and it's a good option if you don't like the taste of alcohol as it wasn't overpowering.My party ended up ordering a second one.The lounge doesn't serve food, but we were offered complimentary bar snacks, including chocolate-covered pretzels and other sweets.With standout cocktails and incredibly immersive theming, Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge now ranks as one of my favorite Disney bars.I love Oga's Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at the parks, but overall, I thought the drinks were much better at Hyperspace Lounge.If I'm paying close to $20 for a cocktail, I expect it to be made fresh and not pre-batched. Plus, I really enjoyed watching the bartenders tinker over the elaborate cocktails.My party of three ended up spending $100 on five drinks, but we had an absolute blast and thoroughly enjoyed our time.The cocktails are wonderfully balanced, and the staff was extremely friendly. Even those who aren't fans of the films can likely appreciate the fun atmosphere.