We now depart from the following ports,
2014 – Current Ports of Departure
(Based on vessel availability and seasonality)
Maine: Bar Harbor, North East Harbor, Boothbay, Sebasco, Freeport, Kennebunkport, Ogunquit, York, Wells, South Portland.
New Hampshire: Portsmouth, Seabrook and Hampton.
Massachusetts: Newburyport (Plum Island), Gloucester, Boston, Quincy, Hingham, Cohasset, Scituate, Marshfield, Plymouth, Provincetown, Hyannis, Harwichport, West Dennis, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket
Rhode Island: Galilee (Point Judith), Portsmouth, Newport
Connecticut: Mystic, Groton, Waterford, Niantic, New London, Old Saybrook
California: San Diego, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Newport beach, San Diego, Monterey Bay, Morrow Bay, Marina del Rey, San Pedro, San Francisco, Sausalito
New York & Long Island: Montauk, Freeport, Captree State Park, Fire Island, Port Jefferson, NYC / City Island, Moriches Inlet, Shinnecock Inlet, Shelter Island, Montauk, Greenport
New Jersey: Belmar, Atlantic City and Wildwood
Maryland:Annapolis offshore, OceanCity
Virginia-Virginia Beach and Hampton (Seasonally)
North Carolina – Hatteras Area
South Carolina – Hilton Head
Florida: Port Canaveral, Sebastian Inlet,Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Sarasota, Clearwater, Tampa and the Keys.
Texas / New Mexico–inquire
Washington State: Seattle area
If your port is not listed please ask as many of our vessels often travel from port to port.
In addition to our name-sake states, New England Burials at Sea is now serving Maine to Miami and the west coast with ash scattering and full body burials at sea charters.
For Example: These two newer vessels are the type we provide to offer respectful, beautiful and memorable services at sea.
This vessel departs from Southern NJ, has a large enclosed cabin and restrooms for both ladies and gentlemen.
It is licensed by the USCG for over 150 passengers and is equipped with state of the art electronics and safety equipment including radar, sonar, loran, global positioning satellite navigation, auto pilot, and compact disc surround sound system. She is licensed for 100 miles off shore.
This vessel has the same features and state of the art technology as the above vessel. She also has a large sundeck with seating on the upper deck, and it is licensed for 170 passengers.
Please feel free to contact US for additional information about reserving your charter on either coast of the USA .
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