A Florida-bound boat with 20 aboard went missing. The Coast Guard’s search has ended

MIAMI — The first sign something was wrong came Tuesday when Bahamian authorities reached out to the U.S. Coast Guard’s Southeast Division to alert them that 20 people aboard a blue and white 29-foot Mako Cuddy Cabin vessel had gone missing. The passengers were in the oft-cited Bermuda Triangle. The group, yet to be identified, was last known to have left Bimini on Monday en route to Lake Worth, the Coast Guard learned. They should have arrived that day. But something went wrong somewhere in the waters between the Bahamas and South Florida — an area that encompasses the mythical section of the…

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