Scattering Ashes on the Norfolk Broads
|Location||Somerleyton, Suffolk (between Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth)|
|Area of operation||Norfolk and Suffolk Broads – River Waveney|
|Type of boat||Broadland Grebe. Traditional vintage Broads motor cruiser built in 1958.|
|Duration of trip||As required, usually 1-2 hours but longer by prior arrangement.|
|Open||Due to weather conditions we operate May- end of October.|
|Capacity of boat||4/5 plus crew of 2|
|Refreshments||Light refreshments can be arranged on board or at local pub in Somerleyton.|
|Suitable urns||Scattering ashes directly onto the water can lead to them being blown about which some families may find distressing. We supply a wide range of urns specifically designed for water ceremonies. They are all 100% biodegradable and will dissolve in water – please follow the link: Water Urns|
We also supply a water ceremony set which includes a water urn, flower petals for scattering, Promises – dissolvable notelets for scattering with the ashes, a certificate to record the ceremony, and our award winning (and rated 5* on Amazon) guide book: follow the link – 4th Ceremony Set
|Cost||From £150 depending upon services required.|
|Company comments||We are able to provide a bespoke ashes scattering ceremony on the Broads from a vintage wooden Broads motor cruiser. |
Ceremonies can be conducted by a Church of England minister or trained civil celebrant.
Although based at Somerleyton, we can cover other areas of the Broads by prior arrangement (additional fees may apply).
Due to weather conditions we operate May- end of October.
|Disabled Access||Not available on board|
|Parking||Can be arranged at Somerleyton|
Next Steps… If you would like more information or to enquire about availability, please fill in the form below.
The boat operator will then contact you directly as soon as they can.
If you have an urgent request you will be sent the direct telephone number via email as soon as you have submitted the form.
Please note Scattering Ashes is not the boat operator, filling in the form below is the quickest way to speak with the skipper.