Scattering ashes at Sea - Eastbourne
Two boats avalaible
|Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne
|Area of operation
|Type of boat
|Gemini 880WR commercial offshore rigid-hulled inflatable. Very comfortable and stable, this boat is fitted with suspension seating for extra comfort
10m Blyth catamaran, very stable with seating available inside and outside
|Duration of trip
|1 hour at sea but between 1 -2 hours if needed. Allow between 2-3 hours in total for parking, boarding and leaving in relaxed manner
|Capacity of boat
|Seven passengers or Ten passengers
|This vessel is suitable for all types of water urn
|Very limited but assistance can be offered. We can talk through options with you
Suitable for disabled access
|Free parking within 30 metres of the boat
|Any closed periods
|Daylight hours - 7 days per week
|£295 - £350
|How and when do customers pay
|A small refundable deposit of £50 by card or bank transfer with remaining balance paid on the day by card / cash or bank transfer
|Average response time (best guess)
|24 hours email initial contact for fast response
|Address for parking, including postcode for boarding
|Waterfront Car Park, Unnamed Road,
Eastbourne BN23 5QG
|Ashes-scattering is something we have been delivering for many years and we can talk through all the options with you so that you receive the ceremony you are looking for, confirmed by our 5-star Google reviews. Positioned in such a beautiful location on the South coast, the scenery and coastal waters ensure an unforgettable experience.
All religions welcome; Christian, Hindu, Sikh and secular ceremonies.
Eastbourne is the nearest harbour to Beachy Head and the beautiful white cliffs of the Seven Sisters, part of the South Downs National Park.
Between the Seven Sisters and Eastbourne Bay is the stunning famous red and white striped Beachy Head lighthouse perched at the base of the highest chalk cliff in the United Kingdom.
The popular seaside town of Eastbourne, with its pier and long seaside promenade, offers a suitable location for our farewells for people who have had links with the south coast
The exact location of the ashes committal is noted from the vessel’s GPS system in longitude and latitude and sent to you as a certificate after the ceremony so you will always.
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.
Scattering ashes Eastbourne