Bermuda Triangle Cruise offers all passengers a full refund, even if the ship is lost.

Tourists on the Norwegian Prim liner, which travels from New York to Bermuda, have been offered a lighthearted refund if their ship goes missing in the notorious “Triangle”

Passenger will get money back from a cruise company if their ship goes missing.

Passengers who spend a lot on a cruise to Bermuda Triangle can get a full refund in the event that the ship goes missing.

Holidaymakers are forking out up to £1,450 for cabins on the two day trip with the Norwegian Prima liner heading from New York to Bermuda.

In a friendly gesture, however, no one would be left out of pocket if they were to leave the ship. They’d get all their money back.

Organisers promise a full refund in case the huge ship disappears from the triangle where hundreds upon boats and planes have been mysteriously missing.

Their website says: “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.”

The Bermuda Triangle is the scene of conspiracy theories involving planes and ships that disappeared.


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The tour includes a twilight Bermuda Triangle cruise on a glass bottom boat with talks, presentations and Q&As.

Conspiracy theorists love this trip.

Nick Pope, an author from the West Midlands, will be one of the guests speaking on the Ancient Mysteries Cruise.

Nick Pope worked between 1991-94 for the MOD’s Airstaff2a – also known as “UFO desk” – during the period 1991-94.

He started out as a skeptic but later became a believer in ETs.

Extreme weather is a hallmark of the area.


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Redfern, a prolific author of more than 60 books has now settled in the USA, having emigrated from Walsall (Staffordshire) 20 years ago.

Peter Robbins, Micah Hanks, and Jim Harold are other speakers.

The cruise departs on March 28th next year.

Many conspiracy theories have been based on the Bermuda Triangle, from ancient cities and aliens to angry gods to ancient cities.

The Bermuda Triangle’s heart, also known as the Devil’s Triangle is believed to be the mysterious cause of more than 50 disappearances of planes and ships, including one US naval ship that carried 306 men.

It has been synonymous with mysterious disappearances, unfathomable tragedy and a simple explanation of “bad weather” just isn’t enough for some people.

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