Bermuda Triangle cruise line offers full refund to passengers if ship goes missing

A US-based travel agency has released a unique offer (no pun intended) for eager travelers. They are offering a full refund on their cruise ship to the Bermuda Triangle if passengers ever go missing in the infamous region of the North Atlantic Ocean where hundreds of boats and planes are said to have mysteriously disappeared. The Ancient Mysteries Cruise, in an advertisement on its website, wrote: “Don’t worry about disappearing on this Bermuda Triangle tour. The tour has a 100% return rate and your money will be refunded in the rare event you disappear.”

However, it’s unclear whether the money-back offer was meant to be taken on a lighter note or an ingenious idea to attract travel enthusiasts.

The agency is charging £1,450 (US$1,556) for cabins on the two-day trip with Norwegian liner Prima from New York to Bermuda.

The tour also includes a sunset cruise through the Bermuda Triangle on a glass bottom boat with lectures, presentations and Q&A.

There will also be guest speakers on board the cruise, including Nick Pope, who worked for the UK Ministry of Defence, and West Midlands author Nick Redfern, the Mirror reported.

The cruise trip will begin on March 28 next year.

The Bermuda Triangle, nicknamed the Devil’s Triangle, has been an enigma to many. Several experts have tried to solve the mystery behind the unexplained disappearances, but without result.

These unexplained events have led to many conspiracy theories speculating about aliens, ancient cities, and angry gods.

More than 50 ships and 20 planes, including a US Navy vessel carrying 306 men, have gone missing in the fabled area

(With agency contributions)


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