Published On: Thu, Oct 19th, 2017

WATCH: Cruise ship battles 20 FOOT waves sailing through the Bermuda Triangle

A cruise ship battled a heart-stopping storm when sailing through the Bermuda Triangle.

The Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas was battered against the rough seas during the last day of its trip in 2012.

This mysterious part of the world has claimed many lives without anyone understanding why.

Luckily, the brave ship survived the journey.

The YouTube video, which has since had over 1.6 million views, shows the 20 foot swells hitting the side of the boat.

Huge waves cause the cruise liner to rock and people on the decking were battered by strong winds.

Whilst the ship is made to withstand such strength, it makes for a terrifying watch.

YouTube users were just as scared when watching the video.

One user commented: “God I hate the ocean, it’s scary as hell.”

Another stated: “I would be scared to be going through the Bermuda Triangle in a storm.”

Others were unbothered by the storm and the triangle’s mystery.

They wrote: “Almost every cruise to the Caribbean and Bahamas goes through the Bermuda Triangle.”

The Bermuda Triangle is located near Florida, Puerto Rico and the island of Bermuda.

Many ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared over the years, with over 1,000 lives being lost in 100 years.

Dr Steve Miller, a satellite meteorologist at Colorado State University, believes it is down to hexagonal clouds that create 170mph “wind air bombs”.

They also used satellites to find 45 foot high waves which could drag ships underwater.

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