Eternal Reefs is a company that will turn your cremains into concrete artificial coral reef and marine habitat. Families are allowed to attend the casting of the reef-component, put their handprints in it, view the finished item, and accompany the reef to the drop-site.
Mariner Memorial Reef (large) 4' high by 6' wide 3800 - 4000 lbs. $6,995 The largest of our reefs, the Mariner Memorial Reef stands out as a pinnacle of the reef and attracts the larger species of sea life. The Mariner can accommodate up to four sets of remains and is frequently used for spouses or partners to be together.
Prices include: * The handling of the cremated remains once we receive them * The incorporation of the remains into the concrete * The casting of the Memorial Reef * The transportation of the Memorial Reef to the project site * The final placement and dedication * A GPS survey to record the specific longitude and latitude of the Memorial Reef * Bronze Plaque with inscription * Two Memorial Certificates Please note: When more than one set of remains is included in an individual Memorial Reef there is an additional charge of $250 for each set of remains other than the first set.
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