Memorial HomepageBurials at sea, scattering ashes with dignity, grace, and style aboard the Historic Sailing Schooner Curlew departing out of Dana Point Harbor.
In compliance with Covid-19 social distancing restrictions, we can accommodate up to 20 family members.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Jan 29,2021 issued an order, “Requirement for Persons to Wear Masks while on Transportation Hubs” that requires all persons traveling on all commercial vessels to wear a mask.
PLEASE NOTE: For Passenger Safety, Hard Sole Shoes and or high heels are not allowed on deck
Since the beginning of time, the unending power of the sea has drawn many of us seeking enlightenment, tranquility and comfort. Not surprisingly many of us also choose a burial at sea and the ocean as our final resting place
Curlew, a historic 1926 John G Alden sailing schooner, was hand built by craftsmen of the finest woods. Her immense strength and beauty, coupled with the wind, wood, and water connection, provide a very special platform for scattering the ashes of lost loved ones.
In true nautical fashion, as you lower our flower covered basked cradling the ashes, we ring the ships bell eight times to signify last watch, fire our cannons in a three round military styled salute (by request) and play a bagpipe version of Amazing grace. A frameable Certificate will also be mailed to you. We specialize in attended services for families of up to 34, priced at $850.00 (+ crew gratuity) for a 1.5 hour outing.
A veteran of WWII, Curlew is also uniquely suited to honor our veterans.
Sailing out of Beautiful Dana Point Harbor, our clients come from all over the south land including Orange County, San Diego County, Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire.
Let me help your family scatter your loved ones ashes with dignity, grace, and style.
Robert A Harrison, Owner
Phone: (949) 922-2759
CRM License # 710 License