[This is very funny. Jim Rizoli in America found this one. I nearly fell on my back. It's clearly a satirical website. It is actually mocking the Somali pirates who operate off the coast of East Africa. I suspect the owners are in the USA. They seem to specialize in shocking websites. Anyway it's very funny. Jan]
Here’s the website url: http://www.somalicruises.com/
Here are some excerpts from it:
It’s like a safari, only better
"Safari" is the Swahili word for adventure and that’s just what we have in store for you.
We sail up and down the coast of Somalia waiting to get hijacked by pirates. We encourage you to bring your ‘High powered weapons’ along on the cruise. If you don’t have weapons of your own, you can rent them on the boat.
$800.00 US/per day double occupancy (4 day max billing).
|M-16 full auto||rental: $25.00/day .ammo: 100 rounds of 5.56 armor piercing ammo at $15.95.|
|Ak-47 assault riffle||rental: No charge. ammo: 100 rounds of 7.62 com block ball ammo at $14.95.|
|Barrett M-107 .50 cal sniper riffle||rental: $55.00/day. ammo: 25 rounds 50 cal armor piercing at $9.95.|
|RPG||rental: $75/day. ammo: 3 standard loads at $200.|
|Mounted Mini-Gun||$450.00 per 30 seconds of sustained fire.|
Crew members can double as spotters for $30.00 per hour (spotting scope included).
"Everyone gets use of free complimentary night vision equipment and coffee and snacks on the top deck from 7pm-6am."
Meals are not included.
"Six attacks in 4 days was more than I expected. I bagged three pirates and my 12yr old son sank two rowboats with the minigun. PIRATES: 0 – PASSENGERS: 32! Well worth the trip. Just make sure your spotter speaks English" — Donald, Salt Lake city Utah USA
"I haven’t had this much fun since flying choppers in NAM . Don’t worry about getting shot by pirates as they never even got close to the ship with those weapons they use and their shitty aim–reminds me of a drunken’juicer’ door gunner we picked up from the motor pool back in Nam" — ‘chopper’ Dan, Toledo USA.
"Like ducks in a barrel. They turned the ship around and we saw them cry in the water like little girls. Saw one wounded pirate eaten by sharks–what a laugh riot! This is a must do." — Zeke, Springs Kentucky USA