New England Burials At Sea (NEBAS) Founder, Captain Brad White recently chose the Chelsea Clock Company of Boston, MA to be the exclusive supplier of renowned ships clocks to families who select sea burial services. White said, “Chelsea Clocks are the finest clocks and have been made in America for the last 114 years. Chelsea’s are known as timekeepers of the sea for the US military and have graced ocean yachts and also stood watch at meetings between heads of state. These clocks are treasured by passionate collectors and are cherished from one generation to the next. From Ships to Boardrooms, the Chelsea name is synonymous with top quality and we want these time keeping mementoes to be part of our white glove service level during sea burials.”
Currently, at the close of the service, loved ones receive a commemorative distinguished keepsake burial certificate, indicating the date, time, depth and exact latitude and longitude of the ceremony so that area can be visited at a later date. In 2011, Captain White said, “We now offer Chelsea Clocks to families that can be beautifully engraved with the same information and these mementoes typically become family heirlooms that can be passed down from generation to generation.”
NEBAS Territory coverage includes Maine to Florida. Recognized by the EPA, US Navy, U.S.C.G. and many area funeral homes and crematories, New England Burials At Sea is building a network of approved and qualified sea burial certified™ captains on the east and west coast of the USA. USCG Master Licensed,100 Gross Tons, Towing and Sail: License # USA000012723, Mariner # 2724307. Memberships include: Northeast Charterboat Captains Association, Stellwagen Charterboat Captains Association, National association of Charter Boat Operators, New Inlet Boating Association, Newport Drug Free Alliance.
From Maine to Miami and the West Coast, Captain Brad White, NEBAS, 149 Old Main St, PO box 489, Marshfield Hills, MA 02051
Cell: (617) 966.1986, Office: 781.834.0112, Fax 781.834.0113. Email: OceanBurial@aol.com
For more information, visit www.NewEnglandBurialsAtSea.com