The cargo ship Agios Demetrios  (M/V Demetrios II) was made in Germany and travelled with the flag of Ondoura.

It was transporting wood on this trip from Greece to Syria, on the 23rd of March 1998 when it met a wild storm near the Paphos coast and sank. The crew of 4 Greeks, 2 Syrians and 2 Pakistanis was saved by helicopter.

The ships voyage was its last one. Since then it has remained on the coast of Chloraka in Paphos as a part of the location, an item for photos and fantasy stories.

Agios Demetrios (M/V Demetrios II) - Chlorakas video: 
Agios Demetrios (M/V Demetrios II) - Chlorakas location map: 

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