A funny skit is performed in the swimming pool by a GO, as GMs look on from the poolside patio.
The Atari 800 computer kiosk at the Sailing Shack featured a sailing simulation game, among other things. Notice the protective plexiglass cover on the kiosk.
A view from the van during the 2-3 hour ride from the Santa Domingo Airport to the Club Med complex at the tip of the island.
A view of the Sailing Shack from the boat-launching pier.
Three Atari 800 computer stations were set up in the breezeway, outside the night club.
After the long ride from the Santa Domingo Airport, GMs (guests or "Gentile Members") are warmly welcomed by the Club Med GOs (staff or "Ggentile Organizers).
The Sailing Shack next to the beach. The silhouette of a computer kiosk is partly visible on the far side of the shack.
Club Med Punta Cana is a great place to try out sailing, wind surfing and other water sports.
The beautiful beach at Club Med Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.
A closer view of the performance in the pool.
Bob Kahn, holding a Polaroid camera used for taking screen shots, meets with the instructional computer staff under the palm trees.
Club Med Punta Cana had real tennis courts, but you could also play virtual tennis on a computer.
The thatched-roofed and air conditioned "Palapa" served as the main computer activity room at Club Med Punta Cana.
One of a couple dozen computer stations inside the Palapa.
A compter kiosk located near the bar included an electronic bulletin board listing announcements and the day's activities.
The Club Med computer experience wouldn't be complete without Atari Pac Man!