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Say Goodbye Beautifully Through A Traditional Hawaiian Burial At Sea
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Burial at sea is a beautiful and unique way to see your departed loved one off, especially if they had a special connection to the sea. That is, if they loved boating, swimming or even sailing. Sea burials date back to thousands of years. As traditional burials become more expensive, more people are choosing to be cremated instead. There are different ways to scatter ashes of a loved one and Hawaii burial at sea is just one of them. Aloha Burials offers three types of Hawaii scattering services. The first type is where the ashes are scattered on land; in this case the slopes of Diamond Head. It is a beautiful and scenic final resting place.
Option number two is the traditional Hawaiian burial at sea. This means that the ashes will be scattered in the ocean. For loved ones who have spent all their lives in water, this is just the perfect resting place. The third type of ash scattering service offered by Aloha Burial is where you get to scatter ashes by airplane. Of interest in this article is the sea burial.
When you lose your loved one, saying goodbye can be really difficult. Organizing for cremation services, memorial and burial can be exhausting and yet you still require time and energy to grieve. At Aloha Burial, we are committed to making the process of ash scattering as peaceful as possible. The Hawaii scattering ashes service at sea is conducted usually by family but we understand that sometimes you might be unable to attend.
There are three ways in which burial at sea is carried out. The first involves scattering the ashes directly from the container gotten from the cremation facility. For this to happen, your loved one’s ashes are poured into the water on the downwind side of the boat. Sometimes when done this way, the ashes might be blown back into the boat. In order for this method to be effective, you need to be as close to the water as possible.
The second method involves the use of a biodegradable urn which is released into the water together with the ashes. What happens is that since it is biodegradable the urn will sink then degrade and by doing so disperse the ashes into the sea. These urns are water soluble and float for a while before sinking.
The third method to spread ashes at sea involves using a basket or container. The ashes are put in the basket and rose petals or petals of your loved one’s favorite flowers placed on top. This basket is lowered onto the surface of the ocean and then inverted. The rose petals and the ashes float on the water surface and then disperse.
Now that you understand the process of ash scattering, you’ll see the beauty of giving your loved on that special send-off that they truly deserve.
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