The Odissey had on loan some of the greatest pieces of art ever assembled outside the British Museum. Paintings by the masters, jewelry designed by Italy's finest, Fabergé Eggs straight from Russia, and more.
The Odissey was protecting all kind of art from the Nazis. Jewish groups arranged with Patrick Wayne to take the art to America where they believed it would be safe.
Unafortunatedly all passengers died when it sank. It was a delivered attack and all passengers were locked into rest rooms for not being found.
For decaces divers had been unable to find The Odissey or even the remains of passengers lost at sea.
After investigations, the art was been removed before The Odissey sank.