Tuesday, 11 January 2011 19:35

In this New Year, The Poolbar proudly introduces a new dinner menu!
From January 2011 on, the restaurant is open for delicious dinners 7 days a week. Choose from our à la carte menu with a wide variety of local and international dishes or ask for the theme special of the day. Dinner is served daily from 6:00pm till 10:00pm.
Experience the sunset of Bonaire and enjoy true oceanfront dining!

Our lunch menu also had undergone some changes. From January 2011 on, lunch is served, daily from 11:00am till 5:00am, with a selection of delicious soups, sandwiches, salads, burgers, vegetarian dishes, pasta’s and delicious desserts to choose from.

Of course the Rum Punch Party on Friday from 5:30pm till 6:30pm will remain the same, with free Rum and Fruit punch and real Caribbean live music by Moogie followed our famous “All you can eat BBQ buffet” on Friday from 6:30pm till 10:00pm.

Come and join our daily happy hour from 5:00pm till 6:00pm with 50% discount on all soft drinks, juices, beers, wine by glass, cocktails of the day and house call drinks.

At The Poolbar every day is a celebration, whether it’s a cocktail with (new) friends or savoring the international and local dishes served in beautiful oceanfront setting.

We hope to see you soon at The Poolbar!!

Monday, 27 December 2010 14:18

Buddy Dive Resort is chosen to be one of the Best Dive Operation by Scuba Diving Magazine in their Top 100 Gold List 2011.

The Top 100 Gold List of operators, resorts, liveaboards, experiences (such as best wall, shore and artificial-reef sites), beach bars, topside attractions and more was determined on a “popularity contest” basis. Rankings are based on the total number of responses regardless of category. 

Bonaire was also chosen to have the Best 24/7 Diving, Best Marine Park, and Best Animal Encounter - Frogfish.

Check www.scubadiving.com/top100 for the complete list and to vote for us again next year.

Tuesday, 26 October 2010 18:40

For those who did not had the opportunity to visit our resort during the Buddy Dive Freediving Event 2010 last May, or for those who would like to be remembered to this amazing event we’re now able to share the episode of US History’s Stan Lee’s Super Human that features Patrick Musimu and Buddy Dive!

With the help of Buddy Dive’s staff and with all the safety issues in mind, Patrick Musimu, who was the first freediver to descend more then 200 meters (610 ft), together with Karol Meyer, Brazilian freediving specialist and holder of several records one being the world record of 18 minutes and 32 seconds in the Static Apnea discipline, broke the world record in the “Tandem No Limit” discipline at Bonaire in front of Buddy Dive Resort last May.

US History Channel took their chance to come to Bonaire during the event to shoot video material and interview Patrick for their show Stan Lee’s Super Humans. It turned out to be a great video.

Click here to watch the videos.

Ps. Do not try this at home!
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 16:34

First of all we would like to take the chance of thanking everybody who came to celebrate our 30 years anniversary with us! It was a wonderful evening for our guests, staff, management, owners, and everybody else who carries a warm heart to Buddy Dive. Without so many Buddy Dive “ambassadors” this party would not have been such a great success!

In 30 years Buddy Dive of course a lot happened and changed. Most people will remember the annexation of former Lions Dive Resort, the opening of the new Poolbar, and the arrival of the new boats and vehicles. These are just a few examples that can be mentioned. Yet the biggest change in “Buddy Dive History” was announced during the anniversary party; Two Buddy Dive Liveaboard yachts will start sailing the Galapagos Islands as from September 2011.

During General Manager Paul Coolen’s speech, accompanied by a slide show with pictures from the past and present, the focus of the speech changed from the past, to present, to the future… “And now please have a look at the screen”, were Paul’s last words of his speech. Everybody looked up and a multi colored logo, that is familiar to most divers, appeared on the big screen. However, it looked odd… Instead of the words “Buddy Dive Resort Bonaire” the words “Buddy Dive Liveaboard Galapagos” were placed in the logo. The crowd was somehow confused. The words, the logo, it was difficult to place. Luckily a few second later everybody was taken out of their confusion when the screen showed a rendering picture of the liveaboard yachts to be build. With the projection of the yachts in their eyes all guests looked at the screen with amazement. Everybody understood: Buddy Dive Goes Liveaboard! The anniversary party was the perfect moment to release this exiting piece of news!


The announcement of the new liveaboards was not the only thing that got attention during the evening. We received a lot of pictures that were sent by people who entered the Buddy Dive Photo Contest. Although it was hard to pick the winners we made it to select the lucky ones and called them up stage to honor them and handover the prizes.

After all it was a very successful evening! We already look forward to the next Anniversary party to come.

For more information about Buddy Dive Liveaboard Galapagos please click here

For the winning pictures of the Buddy Dive Photo contest please click here
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 16:33

It was quite hard for our guests not to run into Ned and Anna DeLoach, world-renowned naturalists and marine life authors, during the most of the month September at Buddy Dive Resort. Every day you could see them spending time with our guests explaining how certain fish behave, where to spot the smallest sea horses, or teaching about coral’s function within our reef.

It’s amazing to see how passionately they talk about our magnificent ocean and the creatures that  live there. This is exactly the reason why people like to spend their diving holiday in September at Buddy Dive Bonaire!

Ned and Anna DeLoach visited Buddy Dive Resort for their seventh consecutive year, hosting the Summer Marine Life Education Program. During this one-month event, Ned and Anna gave presentations with slide shows on fish behavior and coral, fish and reef identification. On Fridays, during the weekly Manager’s Rum Punch Party, they were happy to sign their books for those who wanted to bring it home a great reminder of their holiday.

Ned and Anna guided boat dive trips and tours through Bonaire’s mangrove area, the nursery of the reef. Ned and Anna guided a night dive during the coral spawning. This is a highlight of the program.  This year it was predicted that the coral was only going to spawn twice. Divers didn’t want to miss one of the occasions that Mother Nature was putting on a nightly show. Having Ned and Anna here to teach and guide divers during the spawning made this experience even more special.

Buddy Dive Resort would like to thank Ned and Anna DeLoach for all their time and effort they have put into this program and for again another wonderful time together on Bonaire! We are also very happy to announce that next year Ned & Anna again will stay with us again hosting this special Summer Marine Life Education Program. We look very much forward to welcoming them back at Buddy Dive Resort for their eight consecutive year!
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