The Nation’s most requested at sea burial service offers affordable, individualized and personal memorial ash scattering services from many locations along the scenic coast of Massachusetts from Newburyport to Cape Cod and the Islands, currently departing from the following ports.

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  • Massachusetts Sea Burial Certified Funeral Directors
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    Massachusetts (listed north to south)

    • Newburyport
    • Plum Island
    • Gloucester
    • Boston
    • Quincy
    • Hingham
    • Cohasset
    • Scituate
    • Marshfield
    • Plymouth
  • Cape Cod & Islands
    • Provincetown
    • Harwichport
    • Hyannis
    • Martha’s Vineyard
    • Nantucket
  • Rhode Island – Portsmouth, Newport, Point Judith (Galilee)
  • Connecticut – Mystic, New London, Niantic, Old Saybrook, Stamford
  • New Hampshire – South Portsmouth, Hampton, Seabrook
  • Maine – Bar Harbor, North East Harbor, Boothbay, Sebasco, Freeport, South Portland, Ogunquit, Kennebunkport, Wells, York
  • New York (Long Island) – Montauk, Shelter Island, Greenport, Shinnecock Inlet, Mattituck, Moriches Inlet, Port Jefferson, Fire Island, Captree State Park, Seaford, Freeport, New York City / City Island
  • New Jersey – Atlantic City, Wildwood, Bellmawr
  • Delaware – Lewes
  • Maryland – Annapolis offshore
  • Virginia – Virginia Beach and Hampton (Seasonally)
  • North Carolina – Hatteras, Outer Banks
  • Florida – Port Canaveral, Sebastian Inlet, Stuart, Miami / Lauderdale, Sarasota, Clearwater, Tampa, the Keys, Panama City, Destin.
  • California – Sausalito, San Francisco, Monterey Bay, San Pedro, Morro Bay, Marina del Rey, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Newport Beach, San Diego

Many NEBAS vessels also travel from port to port.

Ask about ash scatterings within sight of lighthouses, a great way to give families and friends a location to visit with their loved ones from shore.

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Graves light marks the northern Channel at Boston Harbor. It can be seen from Scituate mass to Gloucester Massachusetts. Named after general Graves this particular rock outcropping was the peril to many sailors traveling from the United Kingdom coming in to America to have their Tea taxed in Boston prior to sale. Graves light is a working and operating lighthouse.

 

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Minot Light, outside of Cohasset Harbor Massachusetts just north of Scituate Harbor, and just south of Boston Harbor, is also referred to as the “I love you” light. It blinks 143, (I love you) – a favorite of many families scattering a loved one at sea.