Cruise promises full refund if ship vanishes in Bermuda Triangle, Netizens asks ‘to whom’

The world knows the stories of the Bermuda Triangle. Located in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, it is also known as the ‘Devil’s Triangle’ as many aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared there under mysterious circumstances. Where many are scared to go, some wonder if the myth related to it is true.

For those unversed, the Bermuda Triangle has been an urban legend since December 5, 1945, when five United States Navy planes vanished mid-flight. The sixth plane sent to find out what happened, also disappeared. Some theorists claim that the last calls recorded by the ships and aircraft that went missing in the mystified current, revealed something about seeing land above them. This had people wonder, what if the triangle is a portal to another world or a time lapse that takes one to either past or future. Moreover, the carriers that went missing at this point were never recovered in any condition.

Now, a Bermuda Triangle-bound cruise ship has made a bizarre offer and promised the passengers a full refund if they disappear during a trip to that fabled region of the northern Atlantic Ocean.

The US-based travel agency, Ancient Mysteries Cruise, wrote in their advertisement, “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.”

Reportedly, On March 2023, passengers to board this cruise will undertake a journey to the Atlantic Ocean on the Norwegian Prima liner heading from New York to Bermuda. As per the ad, the passengers will enjoy an ‘exclusive twilight Bermuda Triangle cruise’ on a ‘glass-bottom boat with talks and Q&As’.

It is to be noted that each cabin on the ship costs around £1,450 (Rs. 1.42 lakh approximately).

Meanwhile, the advertisement has people question, “Whom they will refund?”

Take a look at people’s reaction:

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