Had a wonderful time fishing and enjoying the outdoors, BUT my son in exploring the many lakes had the misfortune of travelling between two islands (in the middle of same) and the motor on the Princecraft hit some rocks and caused damage to the motor.
The area was not marked and the persons at the registration desk are asking for approx $1,000 in repairs. The perosn at the marina stated that they knew that there were rocks and he could not mark everything. My question is how would my son know that there were rocks there (can not see under water). Wouldn't a chain this large have insurance for such an incident? And not pass the cost onto the guest!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kenauk Nature is a vast 265 km2 (65,000 acre) private landscape established in the 19th century to conserve and protect wildlife habitat. Our magnificent hardwood forest encompasses 65 lakes, 25 of them designated for fishing a wide variety of fish, including rainbow, speckled and lake trout, large-mouth and small-mouth bass and northern pike. For guests to fully experience the wilderness, we offer secluded first-class chalets, with one to six bedrooms. Each private cabin comes equipped with propane lights, fully equipped kitchen, outside barbecue, furnace and hot water tank provided by propane gas, complete bathroom for your comfort and spacious screened porch or a large balcony. All cabins are off the electrical grid so solar panels power the high efficiency refrigerator and water pump. Kenauk Nature is proud to be a partner with the Nature Conservancy of Canada whose reputation for protecting wild places is outstanding. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Fairmont Kenauk At Le Chateau Montebello Hotel Montebello
- Fairmont Montebello
- Montebello Fairmont
- Kenauk Nature Montebello, Quebec