If you are a group of 4 over 18 females and you fancy a “blockchain cruise” around the Med in September, tickets for ladies are surprisingly cheap. There is a catch as the FT Alphaville finds out.. You might be sharing a bed with a friend and only one of you gets a ticket to the conference?!
This raises more questions than it answers. Why is it that only two of the four lucky “18+ only” ladies will get passes to the conference? The conference is the whole point of the cruise, right? Also, why would a four-woman suite have only two “twin beds”? (We were initially told this meant two single beds, then two doubles.) Why don't the other room listings mention age requirements? Could it be that we are missing some glaringly obvious subtext here? We called up an external spokeswoman for Coinsbank, the Russian company hosting the cruise, who said of the price gap: