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They're part of a group from a nearby seniors' residence visiting the beach to try out the new equipment.
Hannigan said she doesn't get to the beach often, but now it will be much easier.
The Inverness Development Association (IDA) and the Inverness County Accessibility Committee partnered to purchase two of the beach-friendly wheelchairs, mats that make it easier to walk on the sand and two floating chairs that allow people to go in the water.
"There's a healing within coming to a beach and I think everyone across Canada can relate to it," said Rose Mary MacDonald, IDA's vice-president.
Cruise around the beach with motors, having the submerged units with an above water motor mid drive.