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Directions

In the booking stage of planning the funeral, two items will be discussed: Where we will be meeting and how to make the payment.

a. The meeting place differs depending upon where we have planned the ceremony. We will always meet a designated location at least 15 minutes before the boat leaves the dock. It will be very important for me to have a cell number where you can be reached just prior to your arrival. Also, it will be very important for you and those attending to arrive early and for you to call me just prior tom your arrival. We will meet with you then walk you to the boat. Please keep your party together (There is a restroom on the boat)so that we can board on time.

b. The payment can be made by clicking on the Yellow button called 'Donate'. PayPal takes your credit card information then notifies me immediately. Your timely payment secures and completes your reservation.

In Long Beach for our regular funerals, we meet at The Marina Pacifica Mall in front of the Nordstrom Rack, 6274 PCH. Long Beach, CA  90803. For the View-from-the-Pier services and Honor Guard Services,  we meet at Jack Nichol Park 6200 Costa Del Sol  Long Beach, CA  90731

In San Pedro, we meet at the Cabrillo Yacht Club:  211 W. 22nd St. San Pedro, CA  90731.

In Newport Beach, we meet at the public dock in front of the American Legion Post 291 215 15th Street Newport Beach, CA  92663.

In Catalina, I pick you up at the main pier in Avalon or if previously arranged, the main pier at Two Harbors.

Sometimes, we may be picking you up in a special place that has been previously arranged such as a Yacht Club or private dock.

We believe so strongly in honesty, transparency, and in giving. We Are Not a charter boat company or a commercial business operating out of a private dock. We Are a non-profit foundation operating out of our office-5150 PCH, Suite 200 in Long Beach.

For the State of California, the Secretary of State and Attorney General, Department of Justice, and Department of Consumer Affairs have awarded a non-profit, public benefit, charitable trust designation to The Last Watch Foundation to provide funeral services to help the Military and their families. We are the only organization in the United States to be awarded this honor. The State has also given us license to perform the scattering of ashes at sea. If a donation to The Last Watch is ever received, those funds are deposited directly into The Last Watch Foundation.