A Burial at Sea is the perfect way to reflect on the life of someone who felt a special connection with the water. With an unattended Burial at Sea, we provide you with a beautiful service to celebrate your loved one.
After you select this option, we’ll send you a package with everything you need to ship your loved one’s ashes to us. This includes boxes, a label, tape, and simple instructions. You can ship this package from your local post office.
We also provide personal pickup for an additional fee (CLICK HERE to see details). This is only available from certain locations.
After receiving your ashes, we’ll coordinate a time to spread them on the ocean in your chosen location. After the ashes are spread, we’ll send you a Certificate of Release. This confirms the date and exact location of the ash scattering ceremony.
In the future, you’ll be able to visit that beach location, knowing it is the final resting place of your loved one.
About Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach area has a long history as a strategic military center, with three military bases in the area. Nearby, Norfolk, Virginia, serves as the largest naval base in the world, so many military families have ties to the area. It’s the perfect choice for those who served in the armed forces, or for anyone with fond memories of the region’s hundreds of miles of beautiful beaches.
About the Outer Banks
The Outer Banks creates a 200-mile string of peninsulas and barrier islands. These separate mainland North Carolina from the Atlantic Ocean. The area is well known for its rich history and culture, its picturesque lighthouses, and renowned fishing spots.
Charleston holds a special place in the hearts of many residents throughout the Southeast. Founded more than three centuries ago, this picturesque city offers historic tree-lined streets, and stately homes overlooking Charleston Harbor. But it’s also the gateway to sunny vacation memories for many beachgoers and anglers, with its proximity to such popular Atlantic Ocean destinations as Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, and Edisto Island.