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Joy on the Beach

We’ve all spent those days cooped up in the office or stuck at home dreaming of the perfect beach vacation. The sun on your face, the sand between your toes… pure heaven! With the summer months heating up, now is the perfect time of year to plan some fun in the sun.

If you’ve been following along with our blog, you’ve heard us mention our pride and joy: The Joy on the Beach wheelchair. This amazing, innovative beach wheelchair for rent is the ultimate invention for beachgoers with limited mobility!
Joy on the Beach (or JoB) is made out of lightweight aluminum alloy that won’t corrode, and its easily collapsible frame makes it ideal for travel. There’s no need for a wheelchair lift, as the air-filled balloon wheels make it easy to lift out of the pool or water. The wheelchair itself already comes with reclining armrests and a seat belt, and is available for rent or purchase. If you’re interested, give us a call! 1.800.513.4515.
In addition to the JoB rental beach wheelchair, SNG also offers a variety of accessories for purchase.
June 14, 2012

The JoB Storage Bag: Handy for carrying the JoB chair to and from the beach or pool, and great for packing purposes!

The JoB Body Support: Perfect for beachgoers who have difficulties sitting up or supporting their body, but still want in on the fun.


The JoB Horseshoe-Shaped Inflatable Collar: A flotation accessory for the pool or beach. Great for novice swimmers or those who need help staying afloat.


 The JoB Safety Belt (included with the wheelchair): A snug-fitting lap-belt to ensure the utmost safety.
 The JoB Sun Canopy: Just think of it as a traveling beach umbrella.
Special Needs Group / Special Needs at Sea is the leading global provider for Special Needs travel. We offer a broad range of Special Needs equipment for purchase and rental including wheelchairs, scooters, power chairs, oxygen, baby cribs, and more. We are recommended by ALL major cruise lines for superior service and value. Special Needs Group also services guests visiting hotels, resorts, theme parks and convention centers. For more info, visit
June 14, 2012
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