The following posts are supplemental material to “No Return: The final voyage of the crab boat Destination.”

 

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Feb. 10, 2019:No Return: How much is a life worth?

The Destination took a lot from Dylan Hatfield when it sank in the Bering Sea two years ago — his brother, his best friend, and his mentor. “Everything has changed. It’s a whole different job now,” he says. (Lauren Frohne / The Seattle Times)

 

Stories:

March 1, 2019: Coast Guard report coming Sunday on why the Destination crabber sank

March 3, 2019: Overloading, heavy ice and an open hatch: Coast Guard details what sank the Seattle-based Destination

April 22, 2019: Even after sinking of Seattle-based Destination, Coast Guard slow-walks training for fishing boat skippers

January 2, 2020: After the sinking of the Scandies Rose, a harrowing search, 2 survivors and an aftermath of anguish

January 9, 2020: Battling the waves to stay alive: A tale of survival from the Scandies Rose

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Podcast:

Feb. 15, 2019: Podcast: Reporter Hal Bernton on the final, tragic voyage of Seattle-based crab boat the Destination

 

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The FV Destination blasts through waves in the Bering Sea during the annual winter crab season. (Jack Molan)
No Return: The final voyage of the crab boat Destination