In our efforts to contribute emotional support and financial ease during our world crisis we are grateful to be able to offer our customers a FREE gift package and waive any future subscription fees. If you know of anyone who needs uplifting during this time use coupon code UPLIFTUS to send a free gift of encouragement, appreciation, remembrance or tribute. This offer is good through July 1.
As we continue to support one another, please consider donating to our GOFUNDME campaign. As a woman-owned business supported by a team of volunteers who dedicate their time, talent and passion toward our mission, we do incur operating costs for our website and maps, order processing, and other crucial expenses to keep our business running.
Whether celebrating a memory or honoring the loss of a loved one,
we are proud to offer a meaningful way for our customers to secure places of significance
through dedications and by creating legacies within water locations around the world,
preserving those special moments in time.
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“ This ocean parcel is for my daughter and son-in-law. Costa Rica is their favorite place in the world, they were engaged there and went there on their honeymoon...I thought this was an amazing gift for them. Thank you so much for doing this. I will be telling everybody I know about The Ocean Registry!”
“ Your creativity is truly inspiring. For all of us who have lost someone significant; through tragedy, through illness, through change- The Ocean Registry is such a beautiful way to honor that grief/journey by appreciating the earth!!! And that's only just one way to approach how to think about owning a little piece of the ocean. Thank you!”
“ A few years ago, my friend lost his father, Tom Dirkes. Tom was an avid sailor, and spent much of his life sailing the Atlantic Ocean. I thought it would be a fitting tribute to get him his own “piece of the ocean”, but didn’t know for sure if such a service even existed. I found The Ocean Registry by doing an online search, and it was like I’d uncovered sunken treasure, pun intended!... Read more..