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(St. George, AK)  --  The U.S. Coast Guard will shift its focus to determining what happened to the Seattle-based crabbing vessel that got lost off the Alaska coast.  The nearly-three-day search for the vessel "Destination," which had six crewmembers on board, was called off Monday night.  Coast Guard personnel say the 95-foot boat vanished Saturday morning after setting out from St. George island.   The Coast Guard was in the process yesterday of launching its investigation, and the National Transportation Safety Board will also likely investigate.

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