by: Johnathan Pryor Writing 20 (Spring 2008): Archaeology of Death Professor Christine Beaule His body was reverently carried into the carpenter’s shop and was laid out on the bench. The sailmaker and the carpenter prepared it for burial … Read More
We are often asked, “I did not know you could do a burial at sea,” or “I did not know that New England Burials At Sea was available to take my loved on their final request,” or, “I did not know that a burial at sea was even legal or what are the burial at sea rules and regulations.”
New England Burials At Sea 2010 radio campaign was a real success and will continue in to 2011 in New England Markets and will also expand to Annapolis, Maryland
New England Burials at sea adds an online 53 language translator–due to increased international demand.
Reprinted with permission of Nomis Publications from: FUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY NEWS Issue: Decmber 2009 MARSHFIELD,MA— New England Burials At Sea (NEBAS), now the north east’s largest burial at sea provider, is expanding its charter fleet by off ering larger … Read More