Burial Services El Cerrito CA

Cremated remains can be scattered from a boat over an ocean or other body of water. This is one version of a burial at sea.

Sunset View Cemetery & Mrtry
(510) 525-5111
101 Colusa Ave
El Cerrito, CA

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Stewart's Rose Manor Funeral Service
(510) 235-9143
3331 Macdonald Ave
Richmond, CA

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Harris Funeral Home
(510) 525-1331
1331 San Pablo Ave
Berkeley, CA

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California Cemetery Brokers
(510) 222-4162
2646 Appian Way Ste 23
Pinole, CA

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Smith & Witter Funeral Home
(510) 758-5466
5145 Sobrante Ave
El Sobrante, CA

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Wilson & Kratzer Mortuaries
(510) 799-1411
1 Rolph Park Dr
Richmond, CA

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Wilson & Kratzer Mortuaries
(510) 232-4383
455 24th St
Richmond, CA

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Wilson & Kratzer
(510) 232-6552
13644 San Pablo Ave
San Pablo, CA

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Rolling Hills Memorial Park
(510) 223-6161
4100 Hilltop Dr
El Sobrante, CA

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St Joseph Cemetery
(510) 223-1265
2560 Church Ln
San Pablo, CA

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Cremated Remains - Scattering by Boat

Cremated Remains - Scattering by Boat

Ashes can be sent via the mail to boat companies that will scatter ashes into the ocean or other body of water. See the Product Gallery under Ash Scattering & More   for companies that scatter ashes by boat.

Cremated remains can be scattered from a boat over an ocean or other body of water. This is one version of a burial at sea .

Some states require the cremated remains literally be scattered over the water; other states allow the use of a scattering urn.

A water-soluble scattering urn can enhance the scattering experience. These urns are specifically designed to gradually disperse the ashes. Ashes cast directly into the water will often blow back at the boat and cling to the sides of the boat. This can be both frustrating and unsightly. A water-soluble scattering urn usually will float for several minutes then slowly sink where it will degrade or melt. The survivors will often toss flowers or petals as a tribute as the urn drifts away.

You do not need to live by the ocean to have cremated remains scattered into an  ocean. Cremated remains can be mailed to a scattering company, which will provide the service. Often, the company will provide a video recording of the scattering for those unable to attend. ...

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