The Norwegian Prima liner cruise ship will set sail from New York to the Bermuda Triangle during the summer. And in doing so, it has offered guests a full refund if the ship disappears.
Disappear? You may be wondering…
Well, the Bermuda Triangle is located in the North Atlantic Ocean off North America and has been tied to many disappearances over the years. The famous Bermuda Triangle is also known as the “Devil’s Triangle.”
In fact, according to Britannica, over fifty ships and twenty airlines have disappeared dating all the way back to the mid-19th century.
This is why The Norwegian Prima liner company has said to its eager tourists who are paying £1450 ($1827) to go on the popular Bermuda Triangle tour that they’ll get a refund if they “disappear.”
According to LADbible, their website states: “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.”
Although there have been many theories as to why ships and planes have been disappearing…
Including magnetic forces causing compass malfunctions, with The Week saying that as a result of malfunctions in compasses, some pilots and ship captains have said they veered off course.
The latest explanation for the disappearance of ships and aircrafts has been chalked down to the weather, or more specifically because of Rogue Waves, which, according to The Week, scientists in a documentary The Bermuda Triangle Enigma, are “storms to the south and north, which come together.”
The Norwegian Prima has been advertised on their website as a ship that will “elevate every expectation.”
It certainly does look like a ship that’s worth the hype, with gorgeous suites designed to make its residents comfortable while they enjoy their tour across the ocean.
And although there are many mysterious disappearances that remain unsolved…
We’re absolutely certain that this isn’t going to be another one.
What do you think?