We want to tell you a little bit about us
About us; The history
The Rendezvous lodge was established in 1973 when Dave and Renate Christie bought this unique piece of land. They blasted the site where the lodge stands with dynamite and built the A-frame from the yellow cedars that stood on the property. The name “Rendezvous” comes from the old wooden mission ship that Dave bought and ran trips with during weekends. Nowadays we run a 36′ (12 meter) fiberglass ship for our diving trips in the area. Staying with us is a complete dive and nature experience. We often see whales, bears and eagles and give our guests time to make photos of this great wildlife.
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More detail on the lodge, the boat and about us, is posted below.
About us; the lodge
The lodge has 5 double occupancy bedrooms and 2 common bath rooms for our guests. We have a dedicated class / camera room for courses or camera set up. Other amenities include a hot tub, kayaks, a charging bank with power 24 hours a day, a limited repair facility, and some spare dive gear.
About us, the boat
The Rendezvous I is a 36 ft (12 m.) canoe cove boat with a 330 HP engine. Especially adapted for diving, this boat will be your base for your underwater adventures. It has a fully closed and heated galley and an aluminum covered stern. With a special ladder for easy exit from the water and a swim platform that facilitates easy entry, it is the ideal dive boat.
About us; the owners
was born in Manitoba and has lived in many areas of Canada and the world. She has a great experience dealing with people because of her work with Médecins Sans Frontières. Her original background is laboratory technician, but her laboratory now is the kitchen and she provides great meals to our guests. She is the author of “Rendezvous in Kathy’s Kitchen” cookbook and is published in “Angel’s celebrity charity cookbook”! Kathy speaks English and a little French!
born in Holland, has been diving since 1982 and has seen many different oceans. After having worked 9 years as a Divemaster he became a Master Instructor and established a successful dive school in the South of France. His underwater photos and articles have been published in magazines worldwide and his underwater videos have been featured on TV, websites and are used for educational purposes by many institutions. Peter speaks English , German, French and Dutch