Bermuda Triangle cruise passengers to receive FULL REFUND if ship goes 'missing'

According to the cruise line's website: 'The tour has a 100% return rate and your money will be refunded in the rare chance you disappear'


                            Bermuda Triangle cruise passengers to receive FULL REFUND if ship goes 'missing'
A cruise to the Bermuda Triangle warned their passengers that if the ship goes missing, they would receive a full refund (Photo by Phill Jackson/Royal Princess & Princess Cruises via Getty Images)
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Holidaymakers who have booked a cruise to the Bermuda Triangle have been informed that if the ship goes missing, they would receive a full refund. Passengers are paying up to £1,450 for a stateroom aboard the Norwegian Prima liner's two-day voyage from New York to Bermuda, which departs in March.

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The cruise line has also offered passengers a 'complete refund' if the enormous ship disappears in the triangle where hundreds of vessels and planes have reportedly vanished. The light-hearted offer echoes the Bermuda Triangle's strange history. According to their website: "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."

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The tour, which is popular among conspiracy theorists, includes a twilight Bermuda Triangle ride on a glass bottom boat, as well as discussions and Q&As with many guest speakers, including Nick Pope, a former UK Ministry of Defense employee, and the author, Nick Redfern. Between 1991 to 1994, Pope worked with the Ministry of Defense's Airstaff 2a, dubbed the "UFO desk." Peter Robbins, Micah Hanks, and Jim Harold are among the other speakers.

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In other news, Australian physicist Karl Kruszelnicki, a Sydney University scholar, claimed to have solved the Bermuda Triangle riddle. He claimed in 2017 that no supernatural forces are at work, and that the disappearance of planes and boats is the result of bad weather and human error. Many planes and ships have vanished without a trace near the North Atlantic region, which spans 700,000 kilometres of ocean, and is located between Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. According to Kruszelnicki, disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle aren't uncommon because it's a busy stretch of sea due to its proximity to the United States.

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"It is close to the Equator, near a wealthy part of the world – America – therefore you have a lot of traffic," Kruszelnicki told news.com.au in 2017. "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, University of Southampton experts concluded that the disappearing ships and planes were victims of 'rogue waves' up to 100 feet high in 2018. The team built a copy of the USS Cyclops, a ship that went missing in 1918 while on its route to Baltimore from Bahia, Salvador, as part of a Channel 5 documentary called 'The Bermuda Triangle Enigma.'

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The debris of the 542 ft vessel was never discovered when it mysteriously vanished, and the 306 passengers and crew were never located. The scientists discovered that, due to it's flat foundation and sheer size, the model was quickly overwhelmed by the massive waves when they recreated them.

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