Viking Longboat Urn

(2 customer reviews)
  • For a send off to remember
  • Handmade from sustainable wood, finished to a very high standard
  • With crafted detail – shields, a striped sail and steering oars
  • Ability to adjust the time float
  • World exclusive
  • Shipping Worldwide


Inscription (+£35.00)

If you would like an inscription please type your wording below


The Viking Longboat Urn

The Viking Longboat Urn will give a send off to remember: set upon the water, set adrift and set alight. Then as the fire ebbs away the boat sinks gracefully below the water.

Handmade from sustainable wood, finished to a very high standard. With crafted detail – shields, a striped sail and steering oars.

You simply place the cremated ashes in to hull of the boat, put the deck back in place. Then adrift and alight on a lake or calm sea.

Alternatively they can be buried like the famous boat at Sutton Hoo, in East Anglia.

They come with a stand so you can keep them on display as long as you’d like before the ceremony, or on display permanently if you wish.

They also come with two pegs that go into the hull of the boat, this is to adjust the length of time the boat floats on the water.

The Standard Viking Longboat Urn is 80cm in length. We also offer a Keepsake size which is 25cm.


We can arrange for a beautiful inscription into the deck of the boat for a small additional charge. We adjust the size of the wording depending on your word choice.


Length 81cm / 32″

Height (without stand) 43cm / 17″

Height (with stand) 46cm / 18″

Width 18cm / 7″


We ship next day free of charge, for more delivery information please click here

We deliver these boats to across the world at reasonable shipping costs, so when you get to the checkout it will calculate your shipping costs for most countries. If not please contact us and we can confirm this for you.

What others say about the Viking Longboat Urn

As Charles Cowling original author of the Good Funeral Guide puts it about the Viking send off:“It is spectacular. The flames rise to the heavens as the wind fills the longboat’s sails and it journeys.There is compelling emotional and spiritual appeal in this imagery, of journeying, transition, transfiguration and consummation. The spirit rises as the craft moves over the face of the waters; that which is earthly is subsumed by the sea. All the elements are present: earth, air, fire, water. And there is an inexorable dynamic.”


“I have to tell you that we had the service of my husband’s ashes done on Lake Superior recently with the Viking Boat Urn.  It was the most beautiful service….calm waters, rose petals from his funeral and wild flowers thrown by people into the water as the Viking Boat Urn burned and sailed.  We had beautiful sailing music.  Waters were very calm….took 33 minutes to go down.  We actually had to start the engine of our boat to circle him so there were waves.  The third wave worked and the Viking Boat Urn went down.  After that had a pink sunset on the water and then the full super moon.  Was an incredible evening and just what he had wanted.  Thank you, thank you, thank you!!” Deb, USA


“I have just received my Longboat Urn, and even though I have not fully unwrapped it yet – I can see it and I am delighted with it – it is stunning and so well made. Really beautiful. I am so thrilled with it. Thank you so very much. Brian will be smiling. I never imagined I would be able to give Brian his final wishes in such a dignified and beautiful way. Thank you so very much. I will keep in touch with your website, With warmest wishes” Alyson, UK

“Thank you so much, my viking ship arrived today, and is very impressive, it is going to be on my sideboard for the next few months.” Lesley, UK

More reviews are at the bottom of the page.

Want to see the Viking Longboat urn in action?

See link for the Viking Boat ceremony we filmed in Somerset. This is a natural process with wood, fire and water so we can’t predict accurately how long the boat will, the amount of fuel used, the weather and turbulence all have an impact. The calmer the water the longer it stays afloat.

Viking Longboat Urn

Additional information

Dimensions 81 × 18 × 46 cm

2 reviews for Viking Longboat Urn

  1. S Sangster

    I had promised to let you know how it went and some of the children felt I should say that it was harder to burn than we expected, just so that you could possibly say in the instructions that it needed quite a bit of bbq gel to ignite it.

    It was a very emotional day for us all as you can imagine but the incident with the boat helped to lift the mood and Charlie would have been the first one to be chuckling so, as I said earlier, it was a very fitting send off for him and certainly not stressful because of the boat as you suggested. Also I do agree with you that humour does help in this situation however strange some would view this.

    Anyway, thank you again for your kind consideration.

    Kind regards,

  2. Katrina

    I am blown away by how amazing this is. I m looking forward to giving my Father the best send off as I know how much this would mean to him. I am how over the moon thank you very much.

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