This Ship Lost More Lives Than The Titanic | Unknown Greek Tragedy of Over 4000 Deaths!

Amidst Greece's struggle during WWII, the Oria was repurposed to transport Italian POWs, setting the stage for tragedy.

On February 11, 1944, the Oria embarked with 4,046 souls, only to meet its fate in a stormy disaster.

Overcrowded and battling a storm, the Oria succumbed to a tragic error, sinking with only 28 survivors.

Decades later, explorers like Aristotelis Zervoudis uncover the Oria's secrets, piecing together its final moments

By shining a light on the Oria, we honor the lost and the forgotten victims.