Dylan Hatfield visits the Seattle Fishermen’s Memorial, where people have left remembrances of the Destination crew. Hatfield once worked on the boat, and his older brother, Darrik Seibold, was among the six killed. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Special Report

‘I always thought our boat was safe’: Former Destination crew member speaks his mind

The Destination is finally discovered lying on its side at the bottom of the Bering Sea. In federal hearings a month later, Dylan Hatfield, who’d lost so much when the crab boat went down, gets to speak his mind. Read the final chapter of No Return: The final voyage of the Destination.

PRODUCED BY ADVERTISING PUBLICATIONS

Featured Video Stories

PRODUCED BY ADVERTISING PUBLICATIONS
During Seattle Sailing Club’s team-building events, groups learn sailing basics, practice, then compete against each other in races. (Courtesy of Seattle Sailing Club).
Workplace

13 fun places to go for team-building experiences in the Seattle area  VIEW

Bond with your colleagues over arcade games, sailing, cooking, forging metal, blowing glass — or even smashing things to bits.

Produced by Advertising Publications
Home Organization

Ready to downsize? How to get started and what should go first

Produced by Advertising Publications
Style

A fleece was the hottest jacket at New York Fashion Week

Produced by Advertising Publications
Style

10 hot deals from Nordstrom’s Winter Sale  VIEW

Produced by Advertising Publications