Ash Scatterings and Full Body Burials at Sea Services
from Maine to Florida & the West Coast
When: Tuesday, June 09, 2015 at 10:00 AMWhere: Barnstable Senior Center – 825 Falmouth Rd., Hyannis, MA 02601. 508-862-4761
Captain Brad White: Founder New England Burials at Sea. B.S. in Management, Ithaca College in NY and London. Cornell University Army ROTC. 100 GT Master USCG Licensed Captain, Boston FBI Citizens academy alumni.
Includes: PowerPoint presentation, audio, video, Q + A, handouts and more are available.
Captain White’s presentation is chock full of facts & figures with a light sense of historical whimsy.
With two special speaking guests:
Attorney Lee Gifford J.D, M.B.A, – Haufler Law Associates, who can answer questions on the required estate planning instruments and documents you should have in place for seamless coordination of your final wishes. A personalized easy approach for you and your family. Free ½ hour consult available post speaking event.
Short Bio: New England Burials at Sea LLC “NEBAS” is the largest east coast provider for customized ash scattering memorials and full body burials at sea events in the USA. Based in Marshfield Hills, MA, the company operates year round from Maine to Miami and on the east and west coast serving all faiths with personalized and affordable services. Recommended and approved by most funeral homes.
For more info:
A fireside chat description of sea burials with actual footage of scatterings and full body sea burials by New England Burials At Sea with many answers to common FAQ’s. Full of info on how to plan and design.
“Cap Chats is a 14 part / One minute +/- each videos” of the helpful new 2014 Burial At Sea planning clips by two licensed USCG Master Captains to help and assist families in their decision making of how to honor their loved one’s final sea burial wishes. Topics range from how to select a provider, types of available services, how to scatter, seniors and children aboard, safety at sea, weather planning, costs, unusual requests and more.
Properly insured, USCG licensed, NEBAS uses over eighty different vessels for up to 400 attendees (some vintage yachts dating back to 1935) that are clean & current with the latest safety gear.Scattering prices start at just $495.00 (unattended). Each event includes an official ship’s parchment sea burial certificate marking the coordinates of the decedent’s final resting place, eight bell end of watch blessing and a ten-gauge cannon salute as the ship circles the flower field. Many more personalized options are available. Families are welcome to participate.
NEBAS, founded In 2006, has become the leader in at-sea services for ash scattering and full body burials from coast to coast. NEBAS works direct with clients and with hundreds of funeral homes across America to honor the final wishes of thousands of people who want to be buried at sea. Not funeral directors but at sea event providers, Capt. White shares real life experiences, USCG requirements, EPA laws, state to state regulations, general certifications required as well as funeral home needs. He will advise the proper protocol for the perfect Sea Tribute.
Capt White has lectured at MIT in Boston, at the US Coast Guard, many funeral home continuing education courses from New Hampshire to Dallas, hospice across New England, union halls and more.
As seen in the Boston Globe, WCVB-TV5 program Chronicle, Boston Business Journal, NESN News, SHOWTIME, Wall Street Journal, FOX News, Mother Jones, WIRED Magazine, Boat US and more –NEBAS has grown into the “Go To” company for at sea burials. For more information and a free info kit, call (781) 834.7500 or visit us online at www.NewEnglandBurialsAtSea.com, or text SEA to 75309.
Contact: Captain Brad White – New England Burials at Sea LLC 149 Old Main St, PO box 489, Marshfield Hills, MA 02051 Direct: (617) 966.1986, Office: 781.834.0112, Fax 781.834.0113
Email: OceanBurial@aol.com — www.NewEnglandBurialsAtSea.com
USCG Master Licensed ~ 100 Gross Tons, Towing and Sail ~ Mariner license # 2724307 As seen in: “SHOWTIME, Boston Globe, WCVB TV Chronicle, Wall Street Journal, Mother Jones, TIME online, American Funeral Director, Wired Magazine, Boat US and many more. Memberships: National, Northeast and Stellwagen Charterboat Captains and Operators associations, Gulf South Resources Crew Drug Free member, Chamber of Commerce, A+ rated in the Better Business Bureau, Sea Tow, Boat US