In lieu of the traditional urn, there are several options available for unattended sea burials. Some pet owners choose to keep the ashes in an urn while others prefer to scatter them in the ocean. While this option isn’t for every pet, it does offer a unique option that isn’t widely available. Listed below are some of the options available. Choosing the right option for your pet can help you choose the best way to remember your beloved pet.
The services of scattering ashes at sea have become more popular in recent years. The act of scattering ash in the ocean is a way to pay your final respects to your loved ones and release their spirits.
A number of famous people have scattered their ashes at sea, including John F. Kennedy Jr., Robin Williams, David Bowie, Janis Joplin, and Neil Armstrong. EPA regulation requires that ashes buried at sea be buried at least three nautical miles from land. A funeral director may be required to perform a cremation burial at sea, even though spreading ashes at sea is less strict than burying a full body at sea. Our company will arrange everything for you so you don’t have to worry about anything.
Once the cremation process is completed, the cremation ashes are received and placed in cremation urns. While a full-body unattended sea burial is a unique way to honor your loved one, a scattering of cremated remains at sea is a much more affordable option. This option is also more environmentally friendly than a traditional urn, as the ashes don’t need to remain on the ocean floor. It’s also much easier to transport and more affordable. You can also choose the method that is best for you. A burial at sea can be a difficult task. While there are several companies that handle the process, the costs are often more than scattering cremated remains. After all, preparing the body and transporting it to the burial location will require a lot of time and effort. Nevertheless, it will be well worth it in the long run. Your beloved pet will be forever remembered. Here at Eternal Peace, allow US to make the transition of life a moment to remember.
At Eternal Peace Sea Burials we advise you to select the location far from bathing areas and buildings. You may also want to choose a location that is away from marinas. With the help from Master Captain Scott Schafer as well as Sea Burial Director Maria Brusalis, they will provide you with the necessary steps to follow through this moment.