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Scattering Ashes in Porthmadog

Scattering Ashes in Porthmadog, Pwllheli If you want a water ceremony for scattering your loved ones ashes in Pwllheli, this skipper will provide an excellent service.  We have worked with him for many years and we always get great testimonials. Location Porthmadog / Pwllheli Area of operation Cardigan bay/ Tremadog Bay Type of boat Lochin […]

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Liverpool Mersey Scattering Ashes

Liverpool: River Mersey

Scattering Ashes at Sea or on the River Mersey Liverpool   Location Liverpool Marina Area of operation Rover Mersey runs out to Liverpool Bay, Irish Sea Type of boat 50’ Flybridge power driven Cruiser Yacht Duration of trip 1.5 hours Capacity of boat Max of 12 passengers Refreshments You are welcome to bring an alcoholic […]

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Caernarfon, Menai Strait: North Wales Coast

Scattering Ashes at Sea Caernarfon Wales Location Moel Y Don, Anglesey and Caernarfon. Area of operation Menai Strait, other locations by arrangement. Type of boat RIB, Ribeye 785. Duration of trip Min 1 hour. Capacity of boat 11 Refreshments No Suitable urn Scattering ashes directly onto the water can lead to them being blown about which […]

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Barmouth, Cardigan Bay: North Wales Coast

Scattering Ashes at Sea Barmouth in Wales Location Barmouth, Cardigan Bay, Snowdonia National Park Area of operation Cardigan Bay Type of boat See picture above Duration of trip Depends on your wishes Capacity of boat 7 Refreshments NA Suitable urn Scattering ashes directly onto the water can lead to them being blown about which some families […]

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Scattering Ashes – Welsh Historic Sites

  Good news for those from Wales and lovers of welsh historic sites, Cadw the organisation that looks after 130 historic welsh sites have a policy and a procedure – as follows: Written requests (by letter or email – please see details below) to be made to Cadw, with basic information including which site the family/friends wish to carry out […]

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