Boats for scattering ashes on map
We have a huge number of boats for scattering ashes around the coast and the rivers of the United Kingdom and the Irish Republic
How does the process work?
- Click on a pin and follow the link.
- This will take you to the boat page – this page has all the relevant details eg cost, capacity etc.
- Fill in the contact form just below the description
- This will notify the boat operator and they will be in touch with you directly
- You will also receive a confirmation email with the boat company’s telephone number on it should you need to contact them quickly
- Note: We don’t own the boats, we signpost you to the individual companies.
Why use a boat?
- It is totally private
- You can reach more inaccessible places
- It is easier to put the ashes into the water; and
- It is likely to feel more of an occasion
Why use one of these boats?
- All the boats are skippered (driven) for you
- We have vetted them to make sure they have experience of scattering ceremonies
Do you need a licence or permit?
- No, scattering of ashes in coastal waters or rivers does not need a licence, but you will need to follow this guidance from the Environment Agency
Do I need a water urn?
- It is advisable although not obligatory. They prevent ashes blowing about in the wind. This is our range of water urns
- This video will help you choose what would be best water urn for you.
- Or you can chose a water ceremony set to help create a wonderful send off
Do we cater for Hindu and Sikh religious requirements?
- Definitely, all our river based boats are experienced in Hindu and Sikh ceremonies, they are on flowing water and you would be able to bring your own priest if desired
- We provide a Hindu and Sikh ceremony set to help enhance the ceremony.
The locations shown on the map are approximate, please don’t use them for navigation.
To see our site totally dedicated to Scattering on Water follow the link
Boats for scattering ashes