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Publication Date: November 24, 2005
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Guadeloupe in the winners' circle


With the tourist season
the Saint Barth Weekly
is happy to be back as
well for its third sea-
son. The Weekly is des-
igned for you, to help
you put your finger on
the pulse of the local
community. Featuring
an English r6sum6 of
the top stories of our
French newspaper
"Le Journal de Saint
Barth", Saint-Barth
Weekl is the only
newspaper that comes
out every very friday
from November
through the end of
July. Our most exciting
news is that each Fri-
day The Weekly is also
available on line at
Saint-Barth Online
the wonderful web site
that our friends Lau-
rence and Peter
O'Keefe created in
1996. Thanks to them,
you can now download
every edition of the
Saint-Barth Weekly so
that no matter where
you are in the world,
you can stay in contact
with the island.

Myriam Esdras & Eddy Romil, winners 2005

UL lICI CU il I1I7.1,
reviving a marathon
previously organized
on the island, the Gus-
tavialoppet (which means
"Race of Gustavia" in
Swedish) serves as a
reminder that Saint Barth
was under Swedish rule for
almost 100 years -from 1784

returned to France, its for-
mer ruler. The 15th edition
of the race was held on Sun-
day, November 20. Eddy
Romil, a 41-year old runner
from Guadeloupe, in his first
appearance here, took first
place and compiled the 10km
race in 31 minutes and 34

seconds. With an average of
3"3'per kilometer, he
smashed the previous record
of 3'45" and crossed the fin-
ish line more than four min-
utes ahead of Daniel Leroux
of Saint-Barth, who took
second place. In the
women's race, it was also a
runner from Guadeloupe
who took top honors in the
seniors category: Myriam
Esdras, who came in 12th in
the overall race. The two
youngest runners in the race
were 18 year-old Fr6d6rik
and Johan Solenberg from
Sweden, while the oldest
was 65 year-old Jean-Louis
Gruson from Saint Barth. In
terms of runners from off the
island, there were a total of
18 Swedes, one Swiss, one
American who lives in Sint
Maarten, and an increasing
number of runners from
Saint Martin (five) and
Guadeloupe (seven). The
event, which began the day
before with the "Foul6es des
Ti-Moun," a race exclusive-
ly for children inside the
sports stadium in Saint Jean,
closed with the traditional
awards ceremony. The race
offers 3000 euros in prize
money, shared by the top 10
men and first three women.



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T eresa Dewitt,
43 years old,
is an Ameri-
can from the mid-
Western city of
Saint Louis, but for
the past 15 years
she has lived with
her American hus-
band on the Dutch
side of the neigh-
boring island of
Sint Maarten.
On Sunday she ran
in her first Gus-
tavialoppet, taking
first place in the
veteran class and 33rd
place overall, running the
10 kilometer race in 44
minutes and 38 seconds,
or an average of 12.37
kms/hour. A veterinarian,
like her husband, Teresa
began running just a year
ago: "After having two
children, I needed some
time to myself, a time
when I could think." Run-
ning was the answer. In
just one year as a member
of the Sint Maarten Run-
ner club, she has already

participated in five races:
"the endomorphines that
are released when running
make for a happy person. I
am what is called a "run
addict," she noted at the
end of the 10km race.
What does she think of the
Gustavialoppet ? "A
beautiful race, a lot of
support, a beautiful atmos-
phere, and great views of
the mountains and the sea.
An absolutely perfect
day!" She will most likely
be on the starting line
again next year.


Fashion show & live music
to celebrate Tkanksgiving

In addition to the many
island restaurants that
offer traditional dinners
on Thanksgiving day, Le
Square in Gustavia decided
to celebrate Thanksgiving
on Friday, November 25
with a special event at the
Cour Vend6me and Carr6
d'Or, sponsored by
Tradewind Aviation com-
pany. For this special occa-
sion, the stores at the Cour
Vend6me, the Carr6 d'Or
and the Hauts du Carr6

d'Or, will remain open
until 9pm. Le Square, a
cocktail bar & restaurant in
the heart of the Carr6
D'Or, has a special menu
and live music in the form
of a concert by "Louisa
and Mr. Presidents."
Before the concert, a fash-
ion show at 6 ,piui pres-
ents the latest collections
from Geisha Vampire and
Renato Nucci, as well as
the new line of accessories
from Bulgari.





IB & Bertrandinvite you to
a festive Thanksgiving dinner
at their exquisite
restaurant in St. Jean.

3ors d'euvres can be enjoyed
in the lounge andfor dinner,
seconds are on the menu.

with Autumnal Vegetables

Savory Stuffing served with homemade
cranberry sauce, orange zest and cognac,
potato gratin, sauteed fresh spinach
and garlic, sweet potato pure seasoned
with ginger, chestnuts roasted in maple
syrup-Small mesclun salad
with crispy bacon

Pumpkin Bavarois mousse
in a gingerbread crust
Pecan and Cinnamon Tarte

55 euros / pers 35 euros / child
Chef: Dominique Joussemet

Private Lounge
and Dining Room available
for a party of ten.
Closed Wednesday
on St Jean Hill 0590 2770 67

Special Events
) Thursday, November 24
- Special Thanksgiving
Dinner, Terrazza, St-Jean
- Special Thanksgiving
Dinner with live music,

) Friday, November 25
From 6:30 pm: Live con-
cert with "Louisa &
Mr.Pr6sidents" following
a fashion show featuring
styles from Geisha Vam-
pire, Renato Nucci, and
the new collection of
accessories from Bulgari.
The stores will stay open
until 9pm for the occasion,
Cour Vend6me, Gustavia

Taino Lounge bar &
restaurant, Hotel Christo-
pher, Pointe Milou
) Through December 15
8th edition of tival> at Guanahani : Cindy
Pawlcyn's cuisine (owner of
two restaurants
& kitchen>, California) 4< la
carte> du Bartolom6o, Gua-
nahani & Spa Resort restau-
rant, Grand Cul de Sac

Live Music
) Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7pm to lam,
Bar'tO, H6tel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- "Saint-Barth live series",
PapaGuyo presents californ-

Thursday, (wcember 84th

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ian singer Christine Gordon,
featuring Danna Jared, soul &
funky music, from 9 pm, La
Plage, St Jean
- Alan Landry, piano, from
8pm, Gaiac restaurant, H6tel
Le Toiny, Toiny
- "Black Snake" from Boston,
from 8pm to midnight, Bet'a
Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Screen Live concert from
(6 '", ii Caf6 Yacht, Gustavia
I From Tuesday to Saturday
Nilce & Philippe Nardone
on piano, from the Copaca-
bana to Montmartre, from
7pm, Taino Lounge bar &
restaurant, Christopher
H6tel, Pointe Milou
I Thursday, November 24
- DJ Max, from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino night au Ti Zouk
K'f6, Gustavia
I Friday, November 25
BalearicAfternoon, by
Franky, from 2pm, La Plage,
I Saturday, November 26
- BalearicAfternoon mixed
by Franky, from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Evening party with Zouk
music, DJs Vincent & Tony,
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
I Sunday, November 27
- The Big Mix by
Guillaume Mas from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean

) November 23-30
Jeanne Susplugas and
Fabien Verschaere, contem-
porary art, photos, drawings,
videos. To-b.art galerie,
Carre d'Or, Gustavia.
) Permanent exhibtis
) "Women in Art," presen-
ted by the Eve Ducharme
Art Gallery, in the wine
bar at the Wall House

restaurant, Gustavia.
) Ocean Jewellery
collection by Ross
Coplleman in 18 carat gold
in Les Artisans, Gustavia
) Hannah Moser,
Petit Cul de Sac
) Antoine Heckly, Made
in Saint-Barth boutique,
La Cr6ole, St-Jean
) Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
by appointment only 05 90 27
88 41 or 06 90 58 94 03
) Christian Mas, Gustavia
) To-b.art galerie, Carr6
d'Or, Gustavia

Fashion Show
Every Tuesday evening, 6:30-
7:00pm, Case de l'ile, H6tel
Isle de France, Flamands

Night Club
) Every night
- Casa Nikki, mix by
Jacques Dumas & Pascal,
- Feeling (except tuesday),
Lurin, from 10 pm
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
Harbor, every night a different
) Thursday, November 24
Special", mixed by
Pascal Boudey,
Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- "Foam Party", Feeling -
Zen Caf6, from 10pm, Lurin

Let's Party
) Every night
Ti St-Barth, every night a
different theme, Pointe Milou
* Sunday
Amazing Sunday (DJ, fashion
show, showcase...), Nikki
Beach, St-Jean

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Gustavialoppet BBQ
Runners from Sweden to Guadeloupe, with the organizers
of the Gustavialoppet, and members of ASBAS (the Saint
Barth Sweden friendship association), on the beach in
Petit Cul de Sac on Sunday afternoon, November 20. After
the race in the morning, a well-deserved afternoon with
BBQ and live music on the beach. A great day!
A Chef on the Run
The Guanahani's executive ( (. Philippe
Masseglia, seen at the top of La Tourmente during
the Gustavialoppet. He ran the 10km race in
52'4n 'and arrived in 52nd place. Well done!

L'Agence, Annual Cocktail

The Agency organized its annual cocktail party
for its clients last Friday night at the Galeries du
Commerce in Saint-Jean. It was the perfect occasion
for the owner, Fabienne le Gall, to present the staff
including Nicolas, negotiations, Karine, manager for
seasonal rentals, Julie, administration,
and Erik, partner for seasonal rentals.


A weekly column
about interesting islanders
by Ellen Lampert-Greaux



IB Charneau, an american in St Barth

I B^ Charneau
(you'll have
to ask her
what the initials I.B. stand
for...) hails from Short
Hills, NJ. She knew about
Saint Barth from an early
age, as her parents had been
visiting the island since the
1970s, staying at Emeraud
Plage. They had heard about
the island from celebrated
chef Craig Claiborne. "Food
and chefs have always been
in my life," says I.B. Little
did she know that one day
she would be running a
restaurant and gourmet deli
on the island. "I came here for the
first time in 1986," I.B. recalls.
Although she stayed at the Tropical
Hotel, she went to Emeraud Plage to
meet its manager, Genevieve Nouy.
"My mother suggested I go to meet
her as she was great and we were the
same age." A friendship developed
and I.B. joined Nouy and a group of
friends for dinner every night. There
she met Bertrand Charneau, whose
family owned another island hotel, Le
Village St Jean, and her fate was
sealed. One year later she moved to
Saint Barth and helped Bertrand with
the family business. "I had never
-11i.. uhl about running a hotel or a
restaurant," she admits. "But it works
for me. I am a people person, and I

adore food." Having lived in France
for a year, she also had the advantage
of speaking French. In 1995, after
hurricane Luis swept across the
island, I.B. opened a deli close to the
beach in St Jean. "There was a great
deli in my home town," she confides.
"As an American I -'i.. ':_ll the island
needed a new sandwich place." Her
idea turned into Kiki e Mo, an Italian-
inspired gourmet deli, with take-out
and catering (it is named after her two
sons, Keefer and Marlon). Although
dancing was I.B.'s first love, she took
to catering and event planning as if
born to it. "It's very creative," she
says. "Like being back in the theatre.
Food is a real art and every chef is an
artist." At the hotel's restaurant, La

Terrazza, I.B. creates a tra-
ditional Thanksgiving din-
ner every year, with spe-
cial twists to the menu
added by chef Dominque
Joussemet, who is now
starting his third season. In
addition to the traditional
turkey, their menu ranges
from sweet potato puree
0O with ginger and chestnuts
roasted in maple syrup to
3//77e pecan cinnamon tart and
60f pumpkin bavarois, not to
mention the local lobster
stew to start things off, and
such touches as homemade
cranberry sauce with
oranges and a splash of Remy Martin
cognac and a special stuffing that I.B.
and Dominique concoct together.
This Thanksgiving dinner for 55
draws a mix of locals and tourists,
and seconds are always available.
"Seconds are an important part of
ThlI.iIkh.i ini." proclaims I.B. who
adds that the same meal is available
as take out from Kiki e Mo, or pre-
pared right in your own home.
"Thanksgiving is my favorite holi-
day," she says. "Having it at the
restaurant keeps me from being
homesick at this time of year. France
was too far from the States, the cul-
ture, and the language. In Saint Barth,
I can stay in touch in a way I could
never do in France."

Restaurant of St Barth
Barbecue & Tapas

Tapas from the Southwest

Plancha & Grill


Gustavia Tel: 0590.51.00.05

Ti Z6uk K' Fe

Ua Pointe Gustavij 05 90 27 90 60

Grand Cul de Sac Tel : 05 90 27 82 42

Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth"
Ph. : Fax:
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e-mail: stbarthweekly@wanadoo.fr
Director & layout: Avigoal Haddad
Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation: Ellen Lampert Greaux,
Advertising sales : Chlo6 Ameur
Impression : Daily Herald

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Welcome to the World of Tradewind Aviation

In keeping with its
many VIP visitors,
Saint Barth now has a
new airline to help whisk
them to the island in style.
Tradewind Aviation has
been authorized since
March 21, 2005 to fly in
and out of Gustav III air-
port in Saint Jean. This
American charter compa-
ny is based at the Water- .
bury-Oxford Airport in
Connecticut and also oper-
ates out of New York, as
well as St. Croix in the
American Virgin Islands.
Specialized in business
travel, Tradewind Aviation
has a fleet of 13 planes, of
which four (and soon six)
are based in St. Croix dur- From L
ing the winter. All of the Tradewi
planes they fly in the Gran
Caribbean Pilatus PC-
12, Cessna Grand Caravan, Beech
Super King Air 200-are less than
five years old and are Iulli.iillC with
"executive interiors:" a spacious cab-
in, leather seats, DVD players, etc.
They are also equipped with the latest
in safety systems: TAWS anticolli-
sion, Teas, GPS, Nexrad, radar, and
Stormscope to pick up on bad weath-
er. "We made a vow to only fly
planes that we would let our own
families fly in," explains David Zara,
vice-pr6sident and principal of the
company, during a visit to Saint-
Barth. All of the flights have two

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nd Aviation pilot in front of a Cessna
I Caravan, Saturday November 19.
pilots aboard, and all the pilots hold
an ATP (airline transport pilot)
license. They also train regularly on
flight simulators to keep their skills
sharp. In the United States,
Tradewind flies charters and launched
the Nantucket Shutle, a flight that
takes just one hour from the other
VIP island of Nantucket to New York,
without the inconveniences of a regu-
lar flight.
The idea to fly to Saint Barth was
instigated by clients of the company
who asked if Tradewind could also
serve the Caribbean. "So that's what
we did," says Zara, who admits that

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ace qule tluugh, but pluacd tu bc "just
and fair," as was Mayor Bruno
Magras who welcomed them warmly.
Today the company operates along
the same lines as other regional air-
lines and charter companies, offering
charter flights throughout the
Caribbean: Saint Barth as well as
Mustique, the Dominican Republic,
Antigua, Turk & Caicos, Nevis, and
the Virgin Islands. According to the
style of airplane that one charters, the
flying time from Puerto Rico to
Saint-Barth can be as short as 40 min-
utes aboard a Pilatus or about one
hour with a Cessna Grand Caravan.
One can save quite a bit of time, and
as company president and principal
Eric Zipkin hopes, "this will allow us
to attract new clients who would like
to spend the weekend in Saint Barth!"
For additional information:
1.800.376.7922, www.tradewindavia-
tion.com. In Saint Barth, tickets for
Tradewind Aviation ill be available
at Saint Barth Services and
Saint Barth Evasion.



It was around seven
o'clock in the morning
on November 11 when a
man (that the police
were already lookingfor)
stole a car that was
parked in front of a
house in Vitet. But the
thief, who was possibly
drunk- witnesses had
seen him before the theft
with a bottle of beer in
his hand- didn't get too
far. Just 300 meters
down the road, the car
flipped over onto its roof
and got stuck between a
wall and a house. The
resident of the house was
only able to catch a
glimpse of the thief, who
was apparently not
injured in the accident,
as he ran away. The car,
a Suzuki Yaris, was
totaled, and had to be
towed away. An investi-
gation is under way.

A woman found herself
swimming in the waters
of the port before she
was recovered by the two
men aboard the boat on
which she was sailing
from Saint Martin. She
claims she was thrown
into the water, but the
three other people on the
boat insist she had fallen
herself. The four people
- two couples had set
sail a few hours earlier
from Saint Martin on the
sailboat in the direction
of Saint Barth. The
ambiance was pretty
stressful, and a fight
broke out during the
crossing. This was the
cause, according to the
plaintiff, of her fall into
the water.


EDF calls for a reduction in usage

Years, then no
more oil. 40
4 years, and if the
consumption of this "black
,,,id" continues at the
same pace, oil will have
disappeared from under
the surface of the earth,
plunging a great deal of
the planet into an ener-
gy crisis. Add to that
the consequences of our
energy use on the envi-
ronment, and its role in
global warming: we
have no choice but to
reduce our energy con-
sumption as quickly as
possible. Saint-Barth"
plays its own role in
this problem, as the
island uses an average of
twice as much electricity
as the rest of France. Back
in 2003, the EDF (French
Electical Production Com-
pany) ran a campaign to
reduce the annual increase
of 12% (compared to just
1% in metropolitan
France). Things stabilized
for a time, but this year the
increase has jumped again.

A new trend that indicates
an increase of 10% by the
end of 2005. This is
somewhat problematic as
the level of production
often reaches saturation,

especially at the peak of
tourist season. Good con-
sumers, but bad students!
Yet the situation is not
totally grim. Even if
Saint Barth is energy-
hungry compared to the
rest of France, the island
is trying to learn how to
conserve energy. Consid-
erable efforts are being
made to introduce solar

energy, and what was not
possible in that area a
few years ago is possible
today: at least three
swimming pools are heat-
ed by solar panels, prov-
ing that it works. That
is true for hot water
heaters as well: the
Guanahani now has 22
Panels that heat 3000
liters of water by the
sun. The Eden Rock
has a system that pro-
vides up to 1000 liters
of sun-heated water.
And they are not the
first: both Francois
Plantation and Village
Saint-Jean have used
solar energy for a few
years, as does the laundry
in Petit Cul de Sac. More
and more villas are put-
ting in single or central
solar units. Combined,
these initiatives can make
a difference in terms of
energy consumption. And
so far, they are only
being used for the pro-
duction of hot water!

Construction of high-speed cable between Guadeloupe and Puerto Rico


he plans to lay a high-speed fiber-
optic cable linking Guadeloupe to
the worldwide Internet network
via a gateway in San Juan, Puerto Rico
via Saint Martin (with a spur to Saint
Barth), are still underway despite delays
to the initial timeline. Scheduled to be
put into place by the end of October, the
cable will not be laid until early 2006,
according to information obtained last
week from the Global Carribean Net-
work. This is the company hired by the
Conseil Regional, the motor behind the
project, in November 2004 to install and
maintain the digital cable. Global Car-
ribean Network reports that the 850

kilometers of cable needed to link
Guadeloupe to Puerto Rico are still
being fabricated at Alcatel Cable, a
world leader on the optical network
market, located in Calais in the north of
France. The cable should be on its way
by the end of the year via one of Alca-
tel's cable ships and delivered to Glob-
al Caribbean Network for installation
between the islands. This cable, with a
optimal capacity of 120 gigabits per
second, is intended to be large enough
to handle 7.5 million telephone calls at
the same time, as well as satisfy the
needs of 4.8 million Internet sub-
scribers at 512 k/bits.









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ellow journalist
Cecile Lucot loves
words. In addition to
her role as a journalist, she
has recently become a pub-
lisher as well, taking over
the reins of Editions du
Latanier. Created in 1988,
this local publishing compa-
ny is known for its books
about Saint-Barth, Saint-
Martin, and the Lesser
Antilles. Among their bet-
ter-known volumes are
those about the flora and
fauna of the West Indies,
both on land and sea, as
well as a book about the tra-
ditional architecture of Saint
Barth (of which several
examples still exist). In
1988, Editions du Latanier
also published the bilingual

French-English "ode" to the
island, "History of Saint
Barth," created by Stanislas
Defize. This Belgian artist,
who discovered the island
in the late 1970s after a
transatlantic crossing on a
sailboat, wrote the words
and painted the magnificent

watercolors that illustrate
this informative book about -
the history of the "rock." In
fact it was this book that
inspired C6cile to take over '
the publishing operation:
"The book had been out of
print for six years, yet there Sat tis
was still a demand for it. or e
S uii'lhiig had to be done as ni
about it." That -. iic ihi gi is
a second edition of "History and ihe at
of Saint Barth," in both the a
traditional soft back version, e de France ho
as well as a deluxe hard oire oaint a "
back edition. Nothing was
changed, except updates to
the author's bio. C6cile has
also republished "History of 97709 sia 0590 52
Saint Martin," also created 405.
in the same style by Stanis- or ia
las Defize. Other projects
soon to follow. Online:


birth in Saint-
Barth6lemy is
always an excep-
tional event, especially
since the maternity ward at
the local hospital closed in
1992. Yet there is at least
one birth per year on the
island for various reasons.
Yet since June 2002, no
babies had been born at the
Hospital de Bruyn. But
2005 has
changed that. In
the space of just
two months, two
babies were
born: Tdo Hugo
L6d6e, born 21
September, and
Mel Quentin
Guilbaud, born
on November 8.
His mother,
Bdrangere, gave
birth at one

minute after midnight. She
was supposed to leave for
Saint Martin the next
morning to have the baby.
Mel, the third child in the
family, weighed 6.5
pounds and measured
almost 20 inches in length.
His mother, father, and two
sisters, Amber, age 10, and
Swan, age 5, are happy to
have a baby brother.

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having vacationed in Saint Barth twice a year for a
total of three or four months every year, Edith
Khayat fell in love with the island and finally
decided to open Renato Nucci, a boutique named after her
famous designer husband! Launched in 1973, the Renato
Nucci brand is based in Paris and is sold in 1300 stores
worldwide. The boutique in Saint-Barth, the only one in
the Caribbean, opened on Tuesday, November 15 with an
inaugural cocktail party held on Friday evening, November
18, on the upper level of the Cour Vendome where the
store is located. Luxurious fabrics including silk, a delicate
touch, and perfect details help create the fluid and volup-
tuous \ilh .ui.leC.\ that are inspired by Renato Nucci's glam-
orous Italian influence. The initial collection, primarily
silk, will soon feature the designer's new spring collection
as well. Edith, who will be on the island more often yet not
full time, has hired Elsa as the boutique's manager.

wounded in 1996, Sub-
Protect is a non-profit
organization dedicat-
ed to the protection of the
environment and the
underwater sea beds. Last
year, they provide "Ash-
trays on the Beaches." The
idea is to provide the
installation of cans-as-ash-
trays at the entrance to the
beaches so that smokers
can use the cans to collect
their .i;i.cIlIc butts. 14 of
the island's 22 beaches
will be outfitted. Feel free



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Tel/Fax: 0590 297 327/ Cell: 0690 630 613

to use them to help us keep-
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* At your service

Hair Dressing Salon Manicure
Kerastase L'Or6al

Tel. : 05 90 27 78 62


Hair care, Manucure, Pedicure
Ha'ir Treatme Leonor Greyl
1st Floor Galeries du commerce
Saint-Jean T6.: 05 90 27 70 31


06 90 741 388
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"Specialist in Scientific Aromatherapy"
Call-+(590) 0 590 87 56 47 Cel- 0690 418 421

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Next to the ocean, small two
bedroom apartment including,
2 baths, living room, open
kitchen and parking. 380.000
euros. Sibarth Real Estate 05
Extraordinary location in Gus-
tavia, for this 1 bedroom apart-
ment overlooking the harbor
facing the sunset, including
living room, terrace and
Jacuzzi $ 645.000. Exclusive
listing Sibarth Real Estate 05
Located in St Jean, apartment
including 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 1
study and a large living with
kitchen. Breathtaking view
over the bay. 550.000 euros.
Sibarth Real Estate 05 90 29
Sprimbarth has commercial
real estate offerings and busi-
ness opportunities available.
Contact: Cell: 06 90 53 77 13
Urgent: seeking long-term villa
rentals, one to five bedrooms.
Sprimbarth. Contact: Cell: 06
90 53 77 13
Villa for sale : Ref : 05-234
Nice villa 3 bed/3 bath, pool
985.000 euros les Vents Alizes
Villa for sale ref 05.243 in
Flamands village 2 bed/1 bath,
400.000 euros. les Vents Alizes
Villa for sale Ref : 05.242
Typical St barth villa 2 bed / 2

bath lovely Toiny views
1.400.000 euros les Vents
Aliz6s 05 90 27 78 70
For sale, in Pointe Milou
Buildable land wide sunset
ocean view 630.000 euros -
Contact CMI: 05 90 27 80 88
For sale shops in Gustavia and
St Jean from 130.000 to
198.000 euros Contact CMI:
For sale apartment in St Jean,
living, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Brand new renovation Wide
ocean view over St Jean Bay
900.000 euros Contact CMI:
For sale beautiful apartment
located in St Jean with view
on the bay, just contemporain
remolded 2 bedrooms, 2 bath-
rooms, lounge, terrace, 100 m2
(1000 sqf). Commun large
pool. Weekly rental possible,
Contact: "St Barth Properties":
For sale exclusive beautiful
and very private property, 3
bedrooms, 3 bath, pool, jacuzzi
and outdoor sport room, on
1015 m2 of land. High rental
history. Contact : "St Barth
Properties": 0590 29 75 05
- For sale exclusive property
located on Vitet Hillside,
Incredible view on "Grand Cul
de Sac", "Petit Cul de Sac",
and "Toiny". Made up 3 bed-
rooms, 3 bathrooms, large liv-
ing open on the infinity pool.
Contact: "St Barth Properties":

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in residential area
4 bedrooms suites,
2 living rooms
great swimming pool
fantastic ocean view




: 500 000-Refo4.222

i -p- Nice hillside
S3 bedrooms villa
Ocean and hills views
Pool, deck, ajoupa
+ independent apartment
Ref agency 05.238
I .... qmmobilidre /Real Estate
Marigot (opposite of Monoshop) 97133 St Barth6lemy
Ph.: 05 90 27 78 70 Fax: 05 90 27 94 52
e-mail : michele.alizes@wanadoo.fr
Garanties financires : Socamab
Assurances : S.N.P.I.

I Emergency
Shipping rescue
PAF / airport & port police
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy AMropor

SSaint Jean
Useful numbers


05 96 70 92 92
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 /05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
05 90 29 02 12

3 bedrooms, 2 bath, Large living, Large pool, Spa, Unique Garden

Saint-Jean Tel : 0590 27 80 88
Fax : 0590 27 80 85
e-mail: claudine.mora@wanadoo.fr
www.st- barths.com/cmi


Tourism 05 90 27 87 27
Harbour 05 90 27 66 97
Boat company Voyager 05 90 87 10 68
Rapid Explorer 05 90 27 60 33
Airlines company Winair 05 90 27 61 01
St-Barth Commuter 05 90 27 5454
Air Caraibes 05 90 27 71 90
American Airlines 00 599 54 i' 14i 1
Taxis Gustavia 05 90 27 66 31
Saint-Jean 05 90 27 75 81
To ." 0590298040
EDF (electricity company office) 05 90 29 80 81
Water system 05 90 27 60 33
Post Gustavia 05 90 27 62 00
Marine Reserve 06 90 31 70 73
S .. church 0590279538
S church Sunday 9am. 0590297463
S church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am



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