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Bermuda Triangle cruise promises full refund if ship goes missing: report

The Bermuda Triangle cruise will cost around 1,450 pounds for a cabin on the ship. (Representative)

New York:

In a bizarre offer, a cruise to the mysterious Bermuda Triangle has promised passengers they will receive a full refund if the ship goes missing, British media have reported.

The infamous Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, has remained a mystery as dozens of ships and flights have mysteriously disappeared in this area, media said.

The reason for the disappearances remained unexplained and was attributed to the result of weather conditions and human error. Conspiracy theorists have blamed supernatural causes and extraterrestrials for the disappearances of ships and flights.

In an advertisement on its website, the travel company, Ancient Mysteries Cruise, said: “Don’t worry about disappearing on this tour of the Bermuda Triangle. The tour has a 100% return rate and your money will be refunded in rare cases. luck that you disappear.”

Passengers will begin their journey to the Atlantic Ocean on the Norwegian liner Prima from New York to Bermuda in March next year.

According to the ad, guests can enjoy an exclusive sunset cruise through the Bermuda Triangle on a glass-bottom boat with live chat and Q&A.

Passengers will have to shell out around 1,450 pounds for a cabin on the ship for the quirky offer.

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