New cruise takes you to 6 mystery destinations over 16 nights

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How much would you say you like surprises? Do you like traveling? Well if you like both those things you might be interested in taking this mystery cruise. It will take you to six different locations, none of which you'll know about, unless you really want to and ruin the surprise.

It's called the Secret Sailaway Cruise and it's being offered by Bolsover Cruise Club.

We know that there is going to be six destinations over 16 nights including flights, layovers and cruise destinations and they do say there will be five star stopovers in some of the world's best hotels.

The trip will run you just north of $15,000 dollars.

They're putting together the cruise because Bolsover believes there isn't as much adventure in travel as there once was.

Bolsover wants to make the cruise even more exciting. They will provide those who dare with the departure and return dates, but the details of the itinerary – are hidden in clues on their website.
You can chose to have the answers revealed after you pay or keep the destinations a mystery.

So are you ready to solve a puzzle and go on the cruise of a lifetime?

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