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Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: December 15, 2005
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sank approximately 1.5
nautical miles out at sea
from Shell Beach, were
still underway as of
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although the pilot's
chances of survival
were decreasing over
time. The Crossag
(Rescue Operation
Center Antilles
Guyane), which is responsi-
ble for surveillance and
organization of rescue oper-
ations in the Atlantic Ocean,
launched a major military
and private effort to help
find the missing man. On


Monday, five boats, three of
which were private, as well
as a Puma helicopter from
the French Army that was
stationed for the day in
Grand Case (Saint Martin),
were part of the search


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effort. The search took place
on the surface of the water,
once it was determined that
the pilot was not in the
wreck of the plane, which is
currently submerged at a
depth of 49 meters. The
next morning, still hoping to
find the pilot alive, rein-
forcements included boats
from the Dutch Coast
Guard in Sint Maarten and
the customs service in Saint
Martin, as well as the police
boat from Saint Barth, the
official rescue boat from
Saint Martin, and several
small private boats that vol-
unteered to help comb the
area. A customs plane based
in Fort de France (Mar-
tinique) flew for three hours
along the coasts of Saint
Barth and back and forth
over the 10 nautical miles
between Saint Barth and
Saint Martin in hope of
finding J6rome Chovet. A
private plane picked up the
search in afternoon, with no
success. The only success of
the day: the body of the
plane, identified on Monday
then lost, was precisely
marked with a buoy on
Tuesday morning.
The plane, a Cessna 172


belonging to the fleet
f.from the Wings of
Saint Barth aviation
club, had taken off
from Gustav III airport
on Monday, December
12 in the late morning.
At 12:20pm, the pilot,
J6r6me Chovet, trans-
mitted a Mayday call
for help that was
recorded by the control
tour in Saint Barth and
a Winair pilot
approaching the airport.
According to witnesses,
the plane, which was flying
low in order to facilitate the
taking of photographs, must
have encountered engine
trouble and tried to make an
emergency landing. The
passenger had just enough
time to escape from the
plane before it began to
sink. The pilot J6r6me
Chovet, a well-liked resi-
dent of Saint Barth, was not
so lucky and remained
missing at the time this edi-
tion went to press.
Following the accident, an
administrative investigation
was opened, led by the
Accident Inquiry Bureau,
the official French office
responsible for technical
inquiries into civil aviation
accidents and incidents. Its
mission is to identify the
circumstances of the acci-
dent, determine its cause,
and make recommendations
on how to avoid future acci-
dents of the same type. A
judicial inquiry was also
started by the public prose-
cutor and turned over to the
Research Brigade of the
gendarmerie. Its role is to
determine who is responsi-
ble for the accident and
their level of liability.







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Special Events
I Through December 15
8th edition of < festival>: Cindy Pawlcyn's
cuisine <> of Bar-
tolom6o, H6tel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
) Saturday December 17
"Graines de star,"singing
contest, Zanzibarth restau-
rant, Saint-Jean, 8:30 pm

Live Music
) Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7pm to lam,
Bar't6, H6tel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- All selected quality lounge
music by Philippe,
Zanzibarth, St Jean.
- John Cruz & Organic, Bet'A
Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Screen Live concert from
6.30pm, Cafe Yacht, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, from 8pm,
Gaiac restaurant, Toiny


) From Tuesday to Saturday
Nilce & Philippe Nardone on
piano, from 7pm, Taino
Lounge, Christopher H6tel,
Pointe Milou
) From Tuesday to Friday.
PapaGuyo presents
Californian singer Christine Gor-
don, featuring Danna Jared, soul
& funky music, from 8:30 pm,
La Plage, St Jean
) Thursday. December 22







- Chill Out Afternoon
mixed by Max, from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Night,
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia


I Friday, december 16
- BalearicAftemoon,
mixed by Franky, from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
-African Party, Dj Mix,
Ti Zouk K'fe, Gustavia
I Saturday, December 17
- BalearicAftemoon,
mixed by Franky, from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Live Jam, from 8:30 pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Zouk music mixed by DJs
Vincent & Tony, Ti Zouk K'fe,
Gustavia
- Stephane Cano, sunset
concert, Carl Gustaf,
I Sunday. December 18
- The Great Mix by
Guillaume from 2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Live Jam, from 8:30 pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
) Tuesday. December 20
Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Wednesday, December 21
Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia

Night Club


Disco Party,
Casa Nikki, Gustavia

Pop Music party,
Casa Nikki, Gustavia

) Every night
- Feeling (except tuesday),
Lurin, from 10pm
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Casa Nikki, mix by Jacques
Dumas & Pascal, Gustavia

Let's Party
) Every night
Ti St-Barth, every night a
different theme, Pointe Milou
SSunday
Amazing Sunday (DJ, fashion


show, showcase...),
Nikki Beach, St-Jean
) Wednesday
BBQ on the beach from
8 pm, Nikki Beach, St Jean

Exhibits
) Saturday, December 17
- "Cores dos Azores" (Colors
of Azores), photographs by
Joao Fraga & Loulou Magras.
Starting 4pm, Porta 34 (ex
Badgad Gallery), Gustavia.
- Master Goldsmith Ross
Coppelman, now showing his
ocean series jewelry at Les
Artisans, Gustavia.
) Through mid-december
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
presents Monique Joumod,
Wall House restaurant,
) December 5-26
Works on paper, Me.di.um
Gallery, Gustavia.
) Through January 6
"Color & Movements", work
by Corinne Durin, Sant6 F6,
Lurin
) Through april
St6phanie Leroux sculptures,
Carl Gustaf hotel.
) Permanent painting exhibits
- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Spidler, Christian Mas
gallery, Gustavia
- Zaza Noah, Tamarin restau-
rant, Saline
- Hannah Moser,
Petit Cul de Sac
- Antoine Heckly, Made in
Saint-Barth boutique, St-Jean
) Art Galleries
- 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
- Me.di.um gallery, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I From Tuesday to Sunday,
1.30pm, fashion show
featuring Geisha Vampire,
La Plage, St Jean
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Organized by the Saint-B'Art Association for the
fourth time, the 2005 painting competition was
based on the theme of "Cinema in Saint Barth." The
prize ceremony was held on Saturday, December 10.
Josiane I (second from the was the win-
ner ~ 2005 competition and was awarded a
check for 1,000 euros. Michele <. " won the
second place prize of 600 euros, while Veronique
VanderNoot, who won last year, took home the third
prize of 400 euros. I FranckL I '
won the Public Prize of 800 euros. The St. Barth
Film Festival select a paintingfor the
poster ~ 11th annual Cinema Caraibe, which
Stake place on April 25-30. This painting be
reproduced on 10,000 pre-stamped envelopes that
Sbe for sale in the three post on the island.


Guest Star
Filmmaker Tony
Coco-Viloin from
Guadeloupe was
invited by the Saint
Barth Film Festival
to participate in the
Saint B'Art "Arts
Fest." I here,
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one of a competitor from Saint vehicle. "When I arrived in
s most Barth on the starting line: Dakar, I promised myself
ad ral- Christian Laporte. that I would compete in the
itinerary Known on the island as race, and I'll be on the
vers on "Kiki," Laporte first came starting line on December
*rrain as to Saint Barth 20 years 31. The Dakar is the
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about surfing, and I decid-
ed to stay," he recalls. "I
have had lots of different
jobs including manager of
the Manapany hotel for
two years, bar tender at
Autour du Rocher, an art
and design studio, and
Radio Transat."
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open to anyone. 80% of the
teams are amateurs. We
will cover 10,000 kilome-
ters in 16 days. That's what
I drive in Saint Barth in
three years."
Laporte points out that the
drivers spend between 10
and 14 hours a day behind
the wheel, and at night they
sleep on the ground for no
more than three hours as
there is always a lot of
noise. "The Dakar is a per-
sonal challenge," he notes.
"It is so difficult that only
45% of the teams arrive at
the finish. I am the first
person from Saint Barth to
participate in the Dakar.
That is why I designed a
Moke, to best represent the
island." (A Moke is the
small, open car that was a
very popular means of
locomotion on the island
for many years before the
era of giant SUVs). Photos
of the car can be seen at
www.stbarth-dakar.com.


The custom-designed
Moke was Laporte's idea:
he cut out the metalwork
needed to modify a turbo
diesel Toyota Land Cruiser
to look like an oversized
Moke, outfitted to with-
stand the rigors of The
Dakar. To put the car
together he had help from
the body shop at FBM in
Saint Jean. "My co-pilot
will be Olivier Lambert,"
notes Laporte. "He has
done the race 10 times and
is also a good mechanic."
To prepare physically for
the race, Laporte does 150
sit-ups every morning to
strengthen the muscles in
his back, does bending
exercises and plays tennis.
"Mentally, I know I have
to push myself to my limits
no matter what happens,"
says. "I don't have a
choice as there are so
many people on the island
who helped me financially,
and I do not want to disap-
point them."










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to bring back Boubou's Music Festival


Held in August from
2000 to 2003,
Boubou's St Barth Fes-
tival has not taken place for the
past two years. This event,
which presents a wide range of
live music from Techno to Trip
Hop, House Music, Reggae,
Funk, and World Music, should
be back this year, from August
9-20.... If the sponsorship cam-
paign launched in Saint Barth is
successful! "In 2004, I deliber-
ately decided not to organize
the festival because the finan-
cial losses I absorbed personally
were too big. In 2005, I couldn't
find a site to hold the festival
and had to cancel it again,"
explains Boubou, who does not
regret his decisions in the long
run: "I think that the festival
was missed and that people
have understood its importance,
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my. Today, everyone seems
ready to help us." That "help" is
the goal of the sponsorship
campaign currently underway
on the island, trying to raise the
maximum of funds by January
5, the date on which Boubou is
required to make a 50% deposit
of the amount agreed to by the
festival and the Christopher
Hotel, where the 5th edition of
the festival is to take place. For
the past two weeks, Karine
Bensa, who is organizing the
event (with the help of Diane),
has been going door-to-door,
asking island businesses to help
sponsor the festival. So far, only
pledges have been taken, as the
organizers understand that mon-
ey can be tight right before the
holidays. Donations will be col-
lected in early January.
For additional information
call Karine: 05 90 52 08 08


or the second year in
a row, the island's
Anglican and
Catholic churches will cele-
brate Christmas in an ecu-
menical fashion with a spe-
cial service at the Catholic
Church in Lorient on Sun-
day, December 18 at
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island's three choirs- those
of the Catholic churches in
Lorient and Gustavia and
the Bons Chceurs from the
Anglican church- will sing
together during this special
service that represents unity
and the sharing of ideas.
Their songs, sung in both
French and English, will
accompany the prayers and
sermons said by the Fathers
of the two religious commu-
nities, Catholic priest
Sylvbre Numa and Anglican


BOUBOU'S GOES
INTERNATIONAL
All of the guests from the
2003 festival have agreed
to come back: MC Solaar,
Manu Dibango, The
Christians, Just Jinger,
Paul Shapiro... and of
course Yannick Noah and
his band, "Zam Zam." In
keeping with the increas-
ing international nature
of the audience and the
growing reputation of the
festival, Boubou is talking
to superstars like Keith
Richards, the guitarist of
the Rolling Stones: "80%
chance he'll come," as
well as the possibility of
Annie Lennox, as well as
Brian Ferry, who had
agreed to come in 2004...


reverend Charles Vere
Nicoll. There will also be a
living nativity scene enacted
by a cast of Anglicans and
Catholics. Charles Darden,
music director at the Angli-
can Church and director of
the Chorale de Bons
Choeurs, will play the piano,
while the choral direction
falls to Madame Gumbs,
who leads the Catholic
choirs on a regular basis.
The ceremony will close
with a prayer for peace and
unity that Father Numa and
Reverend Vere Nicoll wrote
together. It will be read in
French by Father Numa and
echoed in English by Rev-
erend Vere Nicoll. A toast in
the shared spirit of friend-
ship, peace, and cooperation
will be held immediately
after the service.









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ROADSIDE CLEAN-UP

Six cubic meters of trash collected
ix cubic meters of trash, primarily
plastic bags, boxes, cans, 1b"iiic, ,
and plastic, were collected on Sun-
day morning during a roadside clean-up
effort organized by SubProtect, the non-
profit organization for environmental
protection, in association with the Rotary
Club and the associations L6zards des
Cayes and ALC. This effort, which is
held every year as the tourist season gets
underway to make sure the island is
clean for its guests, took place along the
main roads. There was also an underwa-
r ter clean-up effort in the waters off
Corossol where assorted items were
found, "but nothing compared to previ-
ous years," commented SubProtect pres-
ident Patrick Vigoureux. Unfortunately
this was not true along the roadsides
where the amount of trash was quite
"disgusting." A big thank you goes to
Plastic bags, boxes, bottles, those who organized this big clean-up
and cans found along the sides project and the 65 people who participat-
of the road. ed, compared to just 40 in 2004.


S WHAT IS A TRANSECT ?
S Each week the Marine Park
answers a question concerning
the marine environment.
A transect is straight line placed
on the ground along which ecologi-
cal measurements are taken. If
ecologists wanted to sample the
diversity of organisms in the marine
park, for example, they would place
a number of transects perpendicu-
lar to the shore and take samples at
predetermined interval lengths. The
ecologists then move along the line
with a yardstick to take their meas-
urements. Thus they can count the
number of organisms (coral, shells,
sponges, etc.)found in any given
area. In Saint Barthilemy, two
transects 200feet long are installed
permanently, near the islands of
Pain de Sucre and Coco. Other
temporary transects have been put
in place as well to count the conch
population in sea grass beds. The
results are compared from one year
to another, allowing an ongoing sur-
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19TH TELETHON IN NORTHERN ISLANDS
42,000 EUROS EXPECTED

Organized to benefit AFM, the
French association that leads the
fight against genetic diseases, the
19th annual Telethon in the Nor-
thern Islands is expected to raise
almost 42,000 euros. Of that sum,
23,255 euros came from 208 pled-
ges made by telephone to the Tele-
thon center based this year in
Saint Martin and run (as it is every
year) by volunteers from the Lions
Club, a national partner to the
Telethon. This figure does not
include pledges made by cell pho-
nes and counted directly at the call
center in Guadeloupe. Of the
23,255 euros, 15,102 came from 95
pledges made in Saint Barth, 7,533
euros from 106 pledges made in
Saint Martin and 620 euros from
seven visitors on vacation on the
island of Saint Martin. This means
the average donation from Saint
Martin was 80 euros, with 159
euros average from Saint Barth6-
lemy. The remaining funds come
from "challenges" made by
various associations on Saint Mar-
tin and Saint Barth during the
weekend of the event, Friday,
December 3 at 2:00pm through
Saturday, December 4. In Saint
Barth, which will host the call
center next year, fund-raising acti-
vities were held only in the
schools. But what a job they did!
At the Sainte Marie School in
Colombier, they sold 1500 gree-
ting cards as well as calendars
made by the students for a total of
2,929 euros, while the Saint
Joseph School in Lorient broke its
record with almost 2,000 euros
collected also from the sale of
cards and calendars.
The parent's association at the
junior high organized an after-
noon with sports activities in
which each player of basketball,
baby-foot, and ping-pong paid one
euro per match, bringing in a total
of 650. Last, but not least, the
youngest pre-school students on
the island raised 164 euros. On a
national level, the 19th edition of
the Telethon brought in 99,044,125
euros in pledged donations over
the 30 hours that the event was
televised live on France 2, a natio-
nal television station.


t the same time that the Lions
Club International launched
CSFII (Campaign Sight First
II), the second campaign in the fight
against blindness worldwide, the Lions
Club of Saint Barth held an event last
Friday at City Hall to honor certain
individuals for their outstanding
actions. Jean-Pierre Ballagny, Sully
Magras and Christian L6d6e were pre-
sented with the Melvin Jones plaque,
named after the founder of this service
club. The fireman's association, repre-


Rotary Club

Donates

5,925 euros

to the hospital

On Friday, December
19, the president of
the Saint Barth Rotary


senteca y its president, N eastlen Jan,
and fire chief Jean-Louis Danet, was
also honored for its civil service. The
final plaque was offered in honor of the
population of Saint Barth and present-
ed to the island's top elected official,
mayor Bruno Magras. Catherine
Guizot, whose poster design won the
district prize in the 23rd annual Lions
Club International Posters for Peace
competition, was presented with a
beautiful box of paints to encourage
her in her artistic endeavors.


Club, Dr. Patrick Bordjel
(right) presented a check
for 5,925 euros to
Pierre Nuty (center),
director of the hospital,
with deputy mayor Yves
Greaux (left) represent-
ing the municipality. The
funds will be used to buy
a Dinamap monitor, a
new technology to meas-


ure blood pressure, pulse
rate, and the level of
oxygen in the blood. The
Rotary Club raised the
money through a benefit
dinner and a tag sale.
The Club added its own
funds to complete the
financing needed to pur-
chase the monitor.


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In US: 800 421 3396 or 508 527 7727
www.stbarth.com


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MIAMI BEACH Fashion-
able walk to Bal Harbour
Shops from 2 bed / 2.5 bath -
Beach-hideaway, sunrise &
sunset terraces with glittering
views of ocean and bay. Truly
at a wonderful price.
US$650.000 Call Sheldon
S,liii,.,nii @ 7,(6-26( -4 n14 or
email scstives@yahoo.com -
Of Miami's Fashion & Enter-
tainment Real Estate Team,
Majestic Prop.
Sprimbarth has commercial
real estate offerings and busi-
ness opportunities available.
Contact Cell: 06 90 53 77 13
christophe.sachot@wanadoo.fr
Urgent: seeking long-term villa
rentals, one to five bedrooms.
Sprimbarth Contact: Cell: 06 90
53 77 13 christophe.sachot@
wanadoo.fr

For sale, in Pointe Milou Build-
able land wide sunset ocean
view 630.000 euros Contact:
CMI 1 "'ii 2 80 88

For sale shops in Gustavia and
St Jean from 130.000 to
198.000 euros Contact: CMI
11"'ii "' 80 88

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
11 'ii "' 80 88

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":
11 'i 21 75 05

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": 1I l'i 2' 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 bedrooms,
3 bath, large living open on the
infinity pool. Contact: "St Barth
Properties": i" i:2' 75 05
For sale in Marigot, prime 3
bedroom 3 bathroom villa,
pool, very nice ocean view.
sold furnished. Missimmo cell
phone +590 690 710 605 or
info@missimmo.com

Weekly rental in St Jean, 2 bed-
room 2 bath villa, in nice gar-
den with pool and jacuzzi, at 3
800 $ per week for Christmas.
For more informations : Mis-
simmo cell phone +590 690
710 605 or
info@missimmo.com

Weekly rental in St Jean, for
('Ciiii, i., period, apartment
recently renovated, walking
distance to the beach. For mor
informations : Missimmo cell
phone +590 690 710 605 or
info@missimmo.com

W70-Looking for a "Sponsor"
to help save property with cas-
tle in France. All propositions
will be reviewed. Discretion
assured, contact savethecas-
tle@hotmail.com
OYD: Land of 1172m2 (0.28
acre) for sale, located in Fla-
mands with a nice view on the
ocean, precedent condition of
building possible in the contract
590.000 Exclusivit6 Sibarth
R,I.! i -1.11: 114 90 29 88 91
ARP: Apartment including
leaving room, open kitchen,
dining room, bedroom and
bathroom. Parking space, Com-
munity pool, Nice view over
the ocean. 450 000 euros
Exclusivity Sibarth Real Estate
0590298891
KAT: Extraordinary location
in Gustavia, for this 1 bed-
room apartment overlooking
the harbor facing the sunset,
including living room, bed-
room, terrace with dining area
and 1Jacuzzi $ 645 000.
Exclusive listing Sibarth Real
Estate 05 90 29 88 91

























TOTAL PRIVACY WIDE OCEAN VIEW
3 bedrooms, 2 bath, Large living, Large pool, Spa, Unique Garden
Price : PLEASE CONTACT US

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

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Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy AMroport
Gustavia
Saint Jean
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0596709292
059027 1170
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


Tourism 0590278727
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 54 54
Air Caraibes 05 90 27 71 90
American Airlines 00 599 54 S 14i1
Taxis Gustavia 05 90 27 66 31
Saint-Jean 0590 2775 81
Tow ,. 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
church 0590279538
church Sunday 9am. 0590297463
S church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am


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IM M O B I L IE R RE A L E S T A T E
WE ARE THERE TO ASSIST YOU IN ALL
REAL ESTATE RENTALS AND SALES TRANSACTIONS

BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED BY AN INTERIOR DESIGNER,
THIS MAGNIFICENT 3 BEDROOMS. 3 BATHROOM LUXURY.
THE MAIN LIVING ROOM. DINING ROOM. GOURMET KITCHEN,
GUEST BATHROOM AND MASTER BEDROOM
wrTH ENSUITE BATH OVERLOOK THE LARGE SWIMMING POOL
A DECK OVERLOOKS THE PRETTY VIEW.
THIS ELEGANT VILLA IS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
OF THE BEACH AT PETIT CUL DE SAC
AND OFFERS ALL THE AMENmES.
NICOLAS@LAGENCESTBARTH.COM


LES GALLERIES DU COMMERCE SAINT-JEAN BP1021
TEL. : (590) 590 51 07 50 FAX : (590) 590 51 07 30
www.lagence-stbarth.com



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WEEKLY RENTALS
Last Availabilities on villa rentals
for Christmas and New Year's Eve
for ex. : Gorgeous 3 bedroom
3 bath villa, pool,
outstanding sea view and sunset
2 week stay minimum
18 700 $ per week

FOR SALE
Beautiful private 3 bedroom 3 bath villa,
pool, overlooking Gustavia Harbor,
great rental history
Price : 5 500 000 $

IDW Missimmo "- BP 475 Gustavia
Cell phone: + 590 (0) 690 710 605
Fax: +590 (0) 590 510 073
E-mail. : info@missimmo.com
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