Minimum-fuel rendezvous of two power-limited spacecarft is investigated. Both vehicles are active and provide thrust to complete the rendezvous. Total propellant consumption is minimized. A direct-minimization method, direct collocation with nonlinear programming, is used to obtain cooperative rendezvous solutions in a inverse-square gravitational field. Unconstrained and constrained circular terminal orbits are considered. The optimal solutions depend upon the power-to-mass ratios of the spacecraft, the initial orbits, and the specified transfer time. Optimal cooperative rendezvous solutions are compared with optimal active-passive solutions and with previously reported linearized solutions.