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Scattering of Ashes - Ceremony at Sea on Magnificent Port Phillip Bay

 Available 24 hours at moments notice subject to weather.

Ceremonial Fair well and Scattering of Ashes for Fisherman or Folk who just love the ocean -  Port Phillip Bay on board all faith ceremonies welcome.

'Bellasandro" 43' from St Kilda Pier. Subject to weather.

                                                                       

Privacy Statement: All photographs taken with permission of client, not to be copied. Seapics professional Photography 2014

Memorial services and scattering of ashes ceremonies can be conducted on board “ Bellasandro” our beautifully appointed 43' Charter boat,  cruising Hobsons Bay and Port Phillip Bay. Many beautiful locations to choose from Including Black Rock, Green Point, and Ricketts Point Marine Park. Pickup from St Kilda Pier.

‘Bellasandro’  can cater for up to 23 people plus  crew to assist, for  min 1 hour or more. Trips include coffee, tea, BYO additional drinks.  We have music system on board  to plug in your ipod or bring a CD  for special music. You may wish to bring along a celebrant or religious figure of your choice. GPS available for logging position.

 $600  1.5 hours 

 Light morning tea / coffee tea and cake served.  

Some suggested tribute ideas on board for a great memorial experience:( Our favourites)

Helium filled balloon's with special message, released at sea

Dissolving canister for Eco friendly experience

Flower pedals spread across the sea 

Floral wreath thrown to sea

 CAPT. ANDRE. I PROMISE TO RESPECT YOUR PRIVACY AND SPACE ON BOARD. 

IMAGES TAKEN BY MY GOOD FRIEND DAVID BRYANT " SEAPICS"  MAY 2014 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Scattering Ashes - The Law
The scattering of ash law is very  relaxed in Australia. While there are certain rules and guidelines  they are not too strickt. 

Firstly the laws and regulations about scattering ash. In Australia ash is considered "inert" (or non-infectious) and thus safe to be handled by most people. According to the rules one of three things can be done with the ash by whomever picks it up:

Buried in a cemetery in a small plot or placement in columbarium or niche wall.
Preserved in a decorative urn and kept at home or some other favourite spot.
Scattered on private land, beach, river, public parks and sea or at a place that was significant to the deceased and families.

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