Matthew Jelley joined over 400 amusement ride professionals in Myrtle Beach the last week of January for safety certifications. NAARSO, National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials, is a non-profit organization that provides resources for
It was another successful year at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando last November 2019. (That’s the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, in case you were scratching your head on that acronym.) Matthew, Adam, Mark, Jessica and T
Tourism Cavendish Beach awarded the Matthew Jelley Business and Tourism Scholarship to Janaya MacNeill recently. The scholarship of $1000 is available to PEI students enrolled in a tourism or business-related discipline. The objective of the business
We were very happy to be able to donate 100 Shining Waters Family Fun Park and Sandspit family passes to the Ocean 100 Toys for Tots campaign again this year. Pictured here is Kerri Wynne MacLeod from Ocean 100, Matthew Jelley, Scott Chapman and Kirk
Summerside, PE Ripley’s legendary Fertility Statues were on a world tour, stopping at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Cavendish for the month of July. (The statues were carved by the Baule tribe from the Ivory Coast in Africa. According to the tribe
The Industry Association for Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) hosted the ninth annual Leadership Conference in Dubai, UAE February 26 – 28, 2019. The event included insightful presentations, networking opportunities and exclusive tours o
UPEI hosted the 2019 Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) Worldwide Case Competition in February 2019. UPEI hosted the top sixteen which were chosen from a qualifying round in November of 2018. The student teams were brought together to c
Go Shelby! Maritime Fun Group is happy to support the Rustico Riptide U10 ringette team this season. Shelby Forrest is wearing the jersey sponsored by Maritime Fun Group. Committed to good causes, Maritime Fun Group gives back to positive, meaningful
The National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials (NAARSO) held their 32nd Annual Safety Forum in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in January, 2019. NAARSO is a non-profit organization that provides education and resources to amusement industry
Adam Hickey, the Senior Vice President of Maritime Fun Group, was in Galveston, Texas last week. Adam was getting certified and teaching classes at AIMS International, the Amusement Industry Manufacturers and Suppliers International organization̵
Maritime Fun Group was pleased to drop off their annual Toys for Tots PEI donation to Ocean 100 this morning. Popular radio station CHTN started the Toys for Tots foundation on PEI in 1986. As a result, each year, generous Islanders, businesses and c
Matthew Jelley, President of Maritime Fun Group-PEI, spoke at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Expo’s Canadian Breakfast to tell the Maritime Fun Group story. IAAPA represents over 5,300 attraction, supplier, and
While the weather is anything but warm and sunny, today the Canadian Cancer Society announced that it had received a $4,000 donation from Shining Waters Family Fun Park in Cavendish directed towards educating Islanders about sun safety and skin cance
This is not an exclusive rental, the facility will be open to other guests.
Rounds of laser tag are 7 minutes long, plus a few minutes in the vesting room.
If there are other guests in, your rounds will not be consecutive.
You can play as many rounds of laser tag as you can in the time allotted, and each package includes a minimum number of laser tag rounds
You may continue to play past the time to get your minimum number of rounds in. In a situation where you reach the minimum number of rounds, you may continue to play rounds (on your turn) until the time is up.
If you have to leave before you play your rounds there are no refunds.