Our latest survey has revealed that 1 in 10 Britons think that holidays to the moon will be feasible by 2020. What do you think?

We surveyed 1,926 people aged over 18 in the UK to find out what kind of holidays people think will be available in the future and it would appear that some think slightly obscure trips will be available sooner rather than later. 11% believed that the moon could host holidays in 9 years time.

22% think space station resorts will be viable by the same year

A fifth of you think space-station resorts will be viable by the same year and that people will be able to take a holiday there as well.

There are already plans to offer sub-orbital spaceflights to paying members of the public, suggesting that space holidays could be well within our grasp. Perhaps not such a silly idea after all!

54% think lengthy submarine cruises will be possible by 2020

A further 54% said that they thought lengthy submarine cruises would be possible by the same year. However, only 13% of total respondents would actually consider going on one. Of those that wouldn’t, 46% said that they would feel ‘too claustrophobic’. 29% said that they would be too afraid to go on one.

16% of those polled thought a rail network could be installed between the UK and the USA

16% of the people polled thought a rail network, similar to the Eurostar, could be installed between the UK and America by 2020. 4% even thought time machine travel could happen in the future. We’re not so sure about that one. Trips to space are one thing, but we think it’ll be a long time before you see anything to do with time-travel here on sunshine.co.uk.

What’s our opinion? It’s all very exciting to think that all of these things could be possible in the future. However, for now we’re going to have to stick to some more traditional methods. Florida, anyone?!

For further details on this survey or to receive the full Press Release, please contact Shannon Haigh at our Public Relations Agency – [email protected]

Posted : Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011 at 12:00
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