An adventure travel company is offering a $40 cruise for anyone who signs up for its $500-a-person Adventure Cruise.
The cruise starts in San Francisco on March 6 and will take you to the shores of the Pacific Ocean, where you’ll spend three days in the company of a diverse cast of characters, including a shark-loving mermaid and a giant squid-eating turtle.
The company is promising that the trip will be “exciting and magical.”
If you sign up for the free cruise, you’ll receive an exclusive invite to join the Adventure Cruise Society, which is currently seeking “a few lucky souls” to join in the group’s adventures, the company said.
The group’s website says the trip would be a “historic” adventure trip that would include: a shark tour, a shark cruise, and a dolphin safari.
That includes a chance to get a tour of San Francisco’s waterfront, which includes a rare view of the Golden Gate Bridge, a rare sighting of a humpback whale, and an underwater cave tour.
The trip would also include the opportunity to meet “otherworldly” creatures, such as an endangered species of sea turtle, which the company claims would have “a life of its own.”
The company’s CEO, Michael Lipps, said he hoped to see the group “celebrate the amazing beauty of the world” with its “ultimate experience.”
“This is our chance to be truly immersed in the beauty and wonder of the ocean,” Lipp, who also owns the travel agency Adventure Travel Express, said in a statement.
The group will also host a “Meet the Sea Turtle” exhibit, which Lipp said would allow people to meet endangered species, and “experience the world as they see it.””
It will be an adventure that will be unforgettable.”
The group will also host a “Meet the Sea Turtle” exhibit, which Lipp said would allow people to meet endangered species, and “experience the world as they see it.”
Lipps also said that the group hopes to be able to travel “over 10,000 miles, from the shores and the Pacific to the mountains and the deserts of North America.”
Adventure Travel Express offers more than 20,000 trips in over 150 countries and plans to expand to more destinations, Lipp added.