If the ship goes missing, then full money back, a strange offer from a cruise ship that travels the Bermuda Triangle
One of the unsolved mysteries of the world, the name of the Bermuda Triangle might have been heard. Yes, after going to the same Bermuda Triangle, many ships and planes disappear and they are nowhere to be found. Now a cruise ship company that travels the Bermuda Triangle has made a strange promise, which people are surprised to know. British media have reported that a cruise voyaging the mysterious Bermuda Triangle has promised passengers a full refund if the ship goes missing.
British media said the infamous Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, remains a mystery to humans as dozens of ships and planes mysteriously disappeared in the region. The concrete reasons for their disappearance are not yet known and so far it is believed that this has happened only due to extremely bad weather or human error.
Conspiracy theorists believe that supernatural causes and aliens are behind the disappearance of ships and planes. In an ad on its website, travel agency Ancient Mysteries Cruise said: "Don't worry about missing out on this Bermuda Triangle tour. This tour has a 100 percent return rate and in the rarest of rare cases you're missing out. Even if you do, your money will be returned."
Passengers will travel across the Atlantic Ocean on the Norwegian Prima liner from New York to Bermuda in March next year. According to the advertisement, guests can enjoy a special Twilight Bermuda Triangle cruise, a glass-bottom boat, while chatting. Passengers will have to pay around £1,450 for a cabin on the ship for this offer.