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Ashes at Sea

If you have someone that you want to honor their legacy and memories, our funeral at sea services is a unique way to remember their life. At The Jig is Up (no pun intended) we are here to help you with all your questions and concerns regarding the scattering of your loved one’s ashes.  We will walk you through the process and will ensure your loved one’s final journey is carried out with dignity and to help you find final closure. 


Please review our services below and again if you have questions, please contact us.

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phone/text at (850) 329-5117


Caring & Compassionate Crew

Quality of care is our promise. Trust our crew to take care of your family with dignity and honor. We are supportive and caring along the way. You will feel the difference upon the first phone call.

Captain Bob is USCG Certified

Our crew consist of a Coast Guard Certified Captain and vessel. Your safety and comfort is 100% our priority. We are on the water daily and know our waters very well.

Best in Class Service

We take the stress out of this day by providing the essential. You only need to bring the remains of your loved ones and any food and drink for your celebration of life ceremony. We do the rest! From flowers to water, we treat your family, as our family.

It is our honor to provide a celebration of life ceremony for your family and loved ones.  Our experienced crew ensure no mishaps with ashes and wind. We also ensure all scatterings are done ethically, respectfully and legally.


This is why we go above and beyond to ensure your limited time with us exceeds your expectations. We adhere to a high level of ethics both on land and sea.

Don’t leave this special and important day to chance.  Book with the best!!

Ashes at Sea for up to 6 people


What's Included

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Un-Attended Ashes at Sea


What's Included

Veteran Un-Attended


What's Included:

Un-Attended burial at sea includes a compassionate team will file the EPA form and mail you a certificate with coordinates of where your loved ones ashes were layed to rest at sea. 

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