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Whitby North Yorkshire: North East Coast

Scattering Ashes at Sea Whitby Yorkshire   Location Whitby, North Yorkshire Area of operation Whitby and nearby areas Type of boat Bullet DS38 Islander Duration of trip Can be tailored to your requirements Capacity of boat Capacity is 12 with seating for 8 passengers Refreshments  NA Additional info The boat is warm, safe and comfortable. […]

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Mudeford Quay, Dorset: South Coast

Scattering Ashes at Sea – Mudeford in Dorset Location The small fishing port of Mudeford Quay, Christchurch, Dorset Area of operation Christchurch and Poole Bays with views of the Isle of Wight, the Needles Lighthouse and Swanage. They can also provide this service in Christchurch Harbour which is in the lower reaches of the Avon […]

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South Devon: Dartmouth

Scattering ashes Dartmouth and the River Dart in Devon   Location Dartmouth, Devon Area of operation River Dart, Dartmouth, Totnes Type of boat GM7 Duration of trip As per request Capacity of boat 12 passengers Refreshments Not provided Suitable urn These are provided by Scattering Ashes, not the boat company Scattering ashes directly onto the […]

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Brighton and Hove, Sussex: South Coast

Scattering ashes at Sea in Brighton Location  Brighton Marina Area of operation  20 miles – including Hove  & Worthing Type of boat  Aquastar 33 Duration of trip  Up to 90 minutes Capacity of boat  10 persons Refreshments  Tea/coffee/hot chocolate available Additional info  Over 40 years experience Suitable urn URNS are sold separately. Scattering ashes directly onto the water […]

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Eastbourne, East Sussex: Beachy Head

Scattering ashes at Sea – Eastbourne Location Eastbourne, East Sussex Area of operation Up to  60 miles  from a Safe Haven, including the white cliffs of Beachy Head Type of boat AQUASTAR    PRO   40’ Duration of trip 1 hour Capacity of boat 12 passengers Refreshments Free Tea, Coffee and biscuits Additional info They have been carrying […]

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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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Portrush, County Antrim: Northern Ireland Coast

Scattering Ashes at Sea – Portrush Location The North Pier, Portrush harbour , County Antrim. Area of operation They cover the north coast of Donegal and the Mull of Kintyre including the Scottish Islands of Islay, Jura, Gigha and Iona. Type of boat See picture above Duration of trip Dependant on your wishes Capacity of […]

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Ardfern, Argyll and Bute: West Scottish Coast

Scattering Ashes at Sea West Coast Scotland Location Ardfern, West Scotland Area of operation Loch Craignish, across the Sound of Jura and into the Gulf of Corryvreckan Type of boat Interceptor 42 Duration of trip 1-4 hours Capacity of boat 12  Refreshments Courtesy bottled water, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, with shortbread Additional Facilities include a […]

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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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Cornwall: Penzance Harbour

Scattering Ashes at Sea – Penzance in Cornwall Location  Penzance harbour Area of operation Mount’s Bay is an idyllic setting for scattering ashes at sea. With the serene, magical beauty of St Michael’s Mount overlooking the bay, we can take up to 28 family and friends to pay their respects and lay their loved ones […]

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Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye: Scotland

Scattering Ashes at Sea – Isle of Skye Location Elgol, Isle of Skye, Scotland Area of operation Loch Coruisk Type of boat Lochin 38 – a high-specification, modern, powerful sea-going vessel Duration of trip 1½ hours or longer if you wish to go ashore Capacity of boat 40 with no minimum numbers Refreshments Free tea, […]

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Isle of Man, Irish Sea

Scattering Ashes at Sea – Isle of Man Location Isle of Man Area of operation Isle of Man Type of boat Passenger boats Duration of trip Depends on where you want to go. Capacity of boat 10 people Additional info The west coast of the Island has some of the most beautiful scenery in the […]

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Scattering ashes at sea

We asked you whether you would prefer to have your ashes scatter over the sea, a river or a canal. It turns out that 70% would prefer the sea and the rest said river – no one said a canal. Why the Sea and and why not the canal? I guess the sea resonates more […]

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Gran’s ashes run aground

  The Bournemouth Echo carried a bitter sweet tale of a family who were carrying their Gran’s ashes on a boat to be scattered at sea near the Old Harry Rocks in Dorset. Unfortunately the boat got into trouble and got stuck on the rocks. Apparently they had to be rescued by the RNLI, which the whole […]

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Ashes to make a reef in Dorset

  Fantastic! A project off the Dorset coast called Wreck to Reef is planning to make a reef from Solace Stones concrete structures that will incorporate peoples cremated ashes. The artificial reef which recently received the go ahead from the council will also feature at least one sunken naval ship. The Solace Stones – will […]

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