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27th May 2022

Bermuda Triangle cruise offers all guests full refund – if the ship disappears

Kieran Galpin

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Who doesn’t love a cruise with a chance of disappearance?

Passengers brave enough to take a cruise through the Bermuda Triangle have been told they will get a full refund if the ship disappears.

The Bermuda Triangle has long been a site of great mystery and speculation. From aliens to supernatural creatures, wild storms to strange noises, the rumour mill has worked overtime creating quite the reputation for this eerie spot.

However some holidaymakers are not phased by the mystery and are shelling out around £1,450 for a place on a two-day trip from New York to Bermuda, courtesy of the Norwegian Prima liner.

Just in case the inevitable happens and the ship fades into the distance, the company has issued a comforting message.

“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,” their website reads.

The voyage is allegedly very popular with conspiracy theorists, which makes sense given the guest speaker line up.

The cruise will feature talks from Nick Pope, who worked for the UK Ministry of Defence on the “UFO desk”, and Nick Redfern, who has written over 60 books on relevant topics.

The cruise will set sail on March 28 next year, so get started on your tinfoil hat now.

While scientific reasoning for the triangle’s mysteries points to colossal waves and early technology lacking sufficient safety measures, aliens and sea monsters are certainly a more interesting explanation.

According to Insider, coloniser Christopher Columbus witnessed a strange flame hit the water and strange lights on his first voyage to the “new world.”

Countless ships have also disappeared over the years, all containing a crew that were never heard from again. Then in 1945, planes began to go missing, and a recovered communication heard a crew member exclaim: “Everything looks strange, even the ocean.”

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