What is Rendezvous? (updated 2013)
A: Rendezvous is a
annual social gathering of our volunteers, members and their friends. The
annual Rendezvous is normally held at a marina or yacht club. It is
usually scheduled for early to mid July. In recent years, we have been
alternating the location of this event between Lake Ontario and Georgian
Bay on Lake Huron.
Who can attend?
members, students, friends, family, etc.
don't have to be a CPS member to attend.
Can children attend?
A: Yes, it's a family
What do we do at Rendezvous?
A: Socializing is a
big part of Rendezvous. Many of the activities are weather related and
your participation is completely optional. You may wish to tour some of
the member's boats, share some boating experiences, perhaps go on a boat
trip or somewhere for lunch. There will be kids events, games, nautical
competitions, dinghy races, door prizes, etc. It promises to be a good
time for everyone.
What about food?
officially begins on Saturday morning. Most of our members and guests
arrive on Friday evening and usually, they meet at a local restaurant or
pub. Coffee is available early on Saturday, with a hearty mid-morning
After a healthy day on the water or at least out of doors, a BBQ is held
on Saturday evening.
wraps up with another brunch on the Sunday morning.
What if it rains?
A: A plan "B" is
always in the wings.
Do I need a boat to attend rendezvous?
A: No. If you are not staying on a boat,
usually accommodations are available at area motels. If you are planning
on staying at a hotel, we urge you to make reservations A.S.A.P.
Motels/Hotels are extremely busy during the summer months. R.V.'s and Tent
campers are welcome at most marinas.
When do I show up?
A: Most people arrive Friday
afternoon/evening or early Saturday morning.
Where is it and how do I get there?
As details become
available, they will be posted on this website. You will information on
both the What's New? page and the
Q: What does it cost?
A: There is a nominal fee
per person to cover the cost of food and refreshments. Boaters are
responsible for the cost of their slips and campers are responsible for
the cost of their site.
Come out and join in the fun.