Sea Memorial

Discussion in 'Personal News' started by PFflyer, Apr 12, 2009.

  1. PFflyer

    PFflyer Newbie

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    Phil
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    This may be a strange and morbid question but here goes.
    We are doing a memorial and scattering of the ashes of my late and young Brother in Law tommorrow. What is the ettiquette for the crew of the vessel? Should I tip them or what? This seems really strange for me.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. fishnazzi

    fishnazzi Mostly just LURKING anymore...........

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    Ran a few memorial trips..................That is up to you, the crew on these kind of trips are not expecting to go home with a pocket full of "side money". If they are respectful and considerate..............Why not???? They get paid next to nothing to do those kind of trips.
     
  3. ahidog

    ahidog 10000 atta boys

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    What Nazi said "respectful and considerate" tip if not don't.
     
  4. TurdRoller

    TurdRoller What happened?

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    I have worked one burial at sea and the last thought in my head was "i hope these people tip good". I did it because I was free that day and figured why not? I untied the boat, We sat up on the top deck and let the people do their thing, and then I tied the boat up. Not much work and I'd hope 100% of the crewmembers in SD won't expect much, if anything in side money..

    my thoughts
     

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