Sea/Water Burials

Water-Dissolving Urns

Water bio-degradable urns are designed for the placement of cremation ashes into an urn for a loved one in a water burial.
These types of urns usually float for a brief period of time, to allow a final goodbye. Then sinking gracefully Some of these urns biodegrade in as little as four hours.

Salt Urns dissolve easily when placed in water. Our salt urns are individually hand-crafted from Himalayan Rock Salt. Some of these salt deposits are 250 million years old.


Eternal reefEternal Reef

One of the newest and most eco-friendly ways to put your remains to use. Eternal reefs contribute to the marine ecosystem by creating a living, environmental memorial, that benefits future generations. These environmentally friendly eternal reefs are a permanent memorial, helping bring back life to the ailing sea Eternal Reefs is leading the way in creating these living legacies. If you love the earth and want to continue contributing to life on the planet long after you are gone, consider mixing your cremated remains into an eternal reef.

The reasons for choosing an Eternal Reef as a final memorial are as varied as the individuals and families making the choice. Rather than passing an urn down to future generations, or taking space in a cemetery, this memorial is a true living legacy.


Scattering Cremains.

The decision to cremate a loved one remains leaves the grieving family with a few options when trying to decide on a final resting place. One of those options is to scatter the cremated remains. This is the disposal of the ashes, by scattering them into the environment, from a cremation urn, or some sort of scattering device. In some religions and cultures, scattering one's remains is well-established and accepted. However, for some Christian faiths, scattering is not an option.

Scattering Cremains on the water leaves little impact on the oceans and streams. Water scattering is an environmentally safe response