Times sure have changed. According to an article in Time.com, cremation is now outpacing the traditional in-ground burial. In fact, statistics show that about one in two people choose to be cremated instead of being buried. [Read more…]
There really is no right way to deal with death. You never know how you’re going to react, unfortunately. At least with a burial at sea, you can honor that family member one last time in a majestic and respectable fashion.
The sea is infinite and your loved one’s remains can become one with it. Since these funerals are a little different than traditional proceedings, you may have a few questions about how this process works and its legal aspects. [Read more…]
Burial at sea ceremonies typically look like a scene from a movie. With the sea as the final resting place and soothing music to create a solemn atmosphere, it feels like an extraordinary moment in life.
When someone they love passes away there’s nothing anyone would want to do but to remember and honor them in the best way possible. Laying them to rest is often a difficult emotional process, but doing it in such a loving manner helps in the healing process. There are many ways to conduct a solemn and special ceremony, one which many now consider are burials at sea.
Burials at sea are intimate ceremonies that allow families to bid farewell to their departed loved ones for the final time. If you wish to have this special rite done for a relative or a friend, private charters can make it happen. [Read more…]
It’s no surprise that the eco-friendly trend has had an impact on the funeral industry. People are choosing to become environmentally friendly even after life, since traditional burial practices can consume a lot of resources and energy that have a negative impact on the environment. Nowadays, more and more people are opting to have eco-friendly burials in a variety of ways, which include the use of biodegradable urns for either a burial at sea or a natural burial. The transformation of ashes into artificial coral reefs, among many other innovative green alternatives to traditional burial and ash-scattering practices.