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 A Life Remembered

     with Honor, Dignity, and Compassion

Scattering Ashes and Memorial Service at Sea

About A Life Remembered

Saying farewell to a departed loved one is never easy. You can make it more meaningful and have a symbolic and intimate event through a proper scattering and memorial at sea. There are many symbols and rules that surround this ceremony. At present, it’s done in many cultures and in several places in the U.S., and to honor your loved one, you can do it as well.
A Look at Its History
Many religious and historical accounts have mentioned burial at sea or scattering of remains into bodies of water. During the Viking Age, the privilege of a ship burial and being cast into the sea was reserved for honored warriors and kings. It was believed that the ocean serves as a portal between the human world and the spiritual realm. Sending off the departed through the waters symbolizes the end of physical life and the beginning of spiritual rebirth.


Scattering Ashes and Memorial Service in the Gulf of Mexico

                   Tranquil and Serene

Why Choose A Life Remembered?

Captain Rob is an Ordained Minister as well as an Ordained Rabbi. Captain Kayla is an Ordained Minister as well. Choose the memorial the way your loved one would want it to be. 





Up to 6 people, per vessel, in attendance if preferred

6 Convenient Locations

At A Life Remembered, your loved one will be treated with honor, dignity, and compassion, just like our own family. 

Locations for your convenience: 

Hernando Beach, FL

Hudson, FL

Port Richey, FL

Tarpon Springs, FL

Harbour Island, FL

Ruskin, FL


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