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Bermuda Triangle Cruise Offers All Guests Full Refund If Ship Disappears

Bermuda Triangle Cruise Offers All Guests Full Refund If Ship Disappears

The Norwegian Prima liner, which sets sail from New York to Bermuda next March, made the light-hearted offer on its website.

Holidaymakers who have booked a cruise to the Bermuda Triangle are being told they’ll get a full refund if the ship disappears.

Passengers are dropping up to £1,450 for a cabin on the two-day trip of a lifetime with the Norwegian Prima liner, which sets sail from New York to Bermuda next March.

And in a light-hearted offer referencing the hotspot’s mysterious history, the cruise company has promised a full refund to passengers if the giant ship disappears in the triangle where hundreds of boats and planes are said to have vanished.

Its website states: "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 chance you disappear."

A cruise ship company has offered a full refund to holidaymakers if their ship disappears.

The tour, which is popular with conspiracy theorists, includes a twilight Bermuda Triangle cruise on a glass bottom boat as well as talks and Q&As with several guest speakers including Nick Pope, who worked for the UK Ministry of Defence, and author Nick Redfern.

Pope previously worked for the MoD's Airstaff 2a, which was dubbed the ' UFO desk' between 1991 and 1994. Other speakers include Peter Robbins, Micah Hanks and Jim Harold.

Elsewhere, Australian scientist Karl Kruszelnicki, a fellow at Sydney University, claimed he solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.

Back in 2017, he insisted that supernatural forces aren’t at play, and the disappearance of planes and boats is down to bad weather and human error.

The area is located between Bermuda, Florida and Purto Rico.

Located between Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, over the years many planes and ships are reported to have vanished without trace near the North Atlantic region, which covers 700,000 kilometres of ocean.

Kruszelnicki has theorised that due to the Bermuda Triangle being a busy patch of sea, pointing to its proximity to the US, disappearances in the area aren’t that unusual. 

Kruszelnicki told back in 2017: “It is close to the Equator, near a wealthy part of the world – America - therefore you have a lot of traffic.

“According to Lloyd’s of London and the US Coastguard the number that go missing in the Bermuda Triangle is the same as anywhere in the world on a percentage basis.”

Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Southampton came to the conclusion that the vanishing ships and planes were victims of 'rogue waves' up to 100ft high in 2018.

As part of a Channel 5 doc called The Bermuda Triangle Enigma, the team built a model of the USS Cyclops - a ship that went missing in 1918 while on its way to Baltimore from Bahia, Salvador.

After its mysterious disappearance, no one ever found the wreckage of the 542ft vessel, and there has been no trace of the 306 passengers and crew.

Recreating the huge waves, the scientists found it didn't take long for the model to be overcome by the water surges, thanks to its flat base and sheer size.

Featured Image Credit: Norwegian Cruise Line/Alamy

Topics: News, Travel, Conspiracy Theory