Bermuda Triangle cruise offers guests full refund if ship disappears

Holidaymakers on the Norwegian Prima liner bound for the Bermuda Triangle are offered a full refund – only if the ship vanishes

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A cruise ship bound for the Bermuda Triangle has reassured passengers they will receive a full refund if the ship vanishes.

The voyage, which is set for March next year, will see holidaymakers embarking the Norwegian Prima in New York for a two-day exclusive trip to the infamous maritime area.

In an amusing advertisement on their website, they said: "Don't worry about disappearing on this Bermuda Triangle tour. The tour has a 100 percent return rate and your money will be refunded in the rare chance you disappear."

Passengers have forked out around £1,450 for a a cabin on the ship.

The cruise is popular among conspiracy theorists who are convinced supernatural forces are present in the area.
The cruise is popular among conspiracy theorists who are convinced supernatural forces are present in the area.

The Bermuda Triangle, or the Devil's Triangle, has become synonymous with various mysterious disappearances and tragedies, leading many to reject the theory of bad weather as a cause.

The Ancient Mysteries Cruise is popular among conspiracy theorists, who believe aliens or supernatural causes are to blame for incidents in the area.

Located in the area between Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, planes, ships and sailboats have all disappeared in the region which spans around 500,000 square metres of the Atlantic Ocean.

Guests can enjoy an exclusive twilight Bermuda Triangle cruise on a glass bottom boat with talks and Q&As.

Key note speakers on board the ship will include Nick Pope who worked for the UK Ministry of Defence and West Midlands author Nick Redfern who is an advocate of official government disclosure of UFO information.

The Ancient Mysteries Cruise will depart New York on 28 March.