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Title: St Barth weekly
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Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: December 23, 2005
Copyright Date: 2005
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Final tribute for Jer6me Chovet

O n Tuesday afternoon in taken to the Hospital de Bruyn
Toiny, three boats with where he was quickly released,
family and close friends uninjured. On the other hand,
aboard, a half-dozen jet skis, and Jerme Chovet suffered face
a large group of friends and injuries at the moment the plane
acquaintances who had been h" hit the water, which might
moved to tears by the accident, explain why he was unable to
paid a final tribute to J6r6me escape from the wreckage.
Chovet, who was 39 years old s The first divers, diving instruc-
when he died on Monday, I nc -' tors, arrived at the scene within

he was flying crashed into the the plane, which had sunk in one
ocean approximately 1.5 nautical piece to a depth of 49 meters, ail
miles from Shell Beach. His ash- up. Once one of them had
es were scattered by his wife, opened the door on the pilot's
Miranda, with the help of friends. -. side, they returned to the surface
A very emotional religious cere- 7-. convinced that J6r6me Chovet
mony had been held earlier that was not inside the plane. All pos-
afternoon at a crowded church in sible means, both nautical and
Lorient. Founder of a food distri- -- r- aerial, were used to conduct
bution company, a private pilot, __- searches on the surface, in the
golfer, and accomplished athlete, -. _- .. '- -, hopes of finding him alive The
J6r6me Chovet was well-liked by search efforts were abandoned
everyone and will be missed by all. tower in Saint Barth as well as by a early Wednesday afternoon, Decem-
The accident, of which he was the Winair pilot who was approaching ber 14, at the same time it was
only victim, took place on Monday, the airport. According to eyewitness- decided to bring up the plane and
December 12. The plane, a Cessna es, the plane was flying at a low alti- tow it to the commercial dock in
172, which belonged to the fleet tude and encountered engine prob- Public, where a harsh reality was
operated by the Wings of Saint Barth lems before he tried an emergency apparent: the body of J6r6me
aviation club, took off from Gustav landing at sea. The motor seems to Chovet was found inside the plane,
III airport in the late morning. There have cut out twice, and refused to trapped in the tail section. It took
were two people aboard: the pilot, restart the third time. The passenger but a few second for the police in
J6r6me Chovet, and a photographer had just enough time to extract him- charge of the investigation to realize
who was taking aerial images of a self from the plane before it began to the truth. The inquiry by the Police
catamaran. At 12:20pm, the pilot sink. Rescued by the manager of the Brigade for Aviation Transportation
radioed "Mayday," and his call for catamaran, who was aboard a rigid is currently underway.
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ANTIQUITIES
Rare Finds From Asia & Beyond

Because our world seems smaller every day,
With time and distances appearing shorter and shorter,
We treasure objects that represent the lost arts
of the distant past.
Objects from daily life, or expressions of sacred rites,
We enjoy their great beauty.
Objects that come from far away places,
But bring a sense of serenity into our lives.


Afghanistan Burma China India Indonesia Laos Nepal New-Guinea
Thailand Tibet
on the harbour
rue Samuel Fahlberg, (opp. Sibarth)
Gustavia Saint-Barthelemy (F.W.I.)













Christmas Events
I Saturday, December 24
- Fantabulous, mixed by different
DJ, from 3pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Live music "Fabien & Nadege
sing for Christmas", smooth
jazz, french songs from 8pm at
Zanzibarth, St Jean
- Family Christmas Eve from 8
pm, Christmas menu, children's
entertainment, presents... Chris-
topher H6tel, Pointe Milou
I Sunday, December 25
- The Santa comes at 3pm, La
Plage, St Jean

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7pm to lam,
Bar't6, H6tel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- "Black Snake" from Boston,
from 8pm to midnight, Bet'a


Z'ailes, Gustavia
-All selected quality lounge
music by Philippe,
Zanzibarth, St Jean.
- Screen Live concert from
6.30pm, Caf6 Yacht, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, from 8pm,
Ga'iac restaurant, Toiny
I From Tuesday to Saturday
Nilce & Philippe Nardone on
piano, from the Copacabana to
Montmartre, from 7pm, Taino
Lounge, Christopher H6tel,
Pointe Milou
) Thursday. December 22
- Bikini coca from 12pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Night,
Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
-Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
I Friday, December 23
-Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 Carl Gustaf,


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I Sunday, December 25
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30,Carl Gustaf,
I Monday, December 26
- Birdcage from 12pm,
La Plage, St Jean

and

and
at
Hotel,


) Tuesday. December 27
- Bathrobe & Sunglasses from
12pm, La Plage, St Jean
-Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Wednesday, December 28
- Nadege, sunset concert
from 5:30 to 8:30 pm,
Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
- White party from 12pm, La
Plage, St Jean

Night Club

) Every Thursday




) Every night
- Casa Nikki, mix by Jacques
Dumas & Pascal, Gustavia
- Feeling (except tuesday),
Lurin, from 10pm
- Yacht Club, 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
I Wednesday
BBQ on the beach from
8 pm, Nikki Beach, St Jean

Exhibits
) Through december
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery pre-
sents Monique Journod,Wall


House restaurant,
) December 23-28
"Aqua", a joint exhibit by
ptohographer Philippe
Hochart and painter Jean
Verrechia, Porte 34 (ex
) Through december
Master
C^ now
his ocean series
Sat Les Artisans,


Bagdad Gallery)
) 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
) Through January 8th


Stephanie Leroux sculptures,
Carl Gustaf hote
) Permanent exhibits
- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Spidler, Christian Mas
gallery, Gustavia
- Zaza Noah, Tamarin
restaurant, Saline
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Antoine Heckly, Made in Saint-
Barth boutique, St-Jean
) Art Galleries
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
05 90 27 88 41
- Christian Mas, Gustavia
- To-b.art galerie, Carr6 d'Or,
Gustavia
- Medium gallery, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I From Tuesday to Sunday,
1.30pm, fashion show
featuring Geisha Vampire,
La Plage, St Jean
I Every Tuesday evening,
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POLITICAL EVOLUTION

The municipal council unanimously approves the project
tFrom left to right: Michel
Magras, 5th deputy mayor
responsible for the port, air-
port, non-profit associa-
tions, and sports; Sony
Brin, 4th deputy mayor,
1 responsible for tourism,
public relations, and trans-
portation; Nicole Grtaux,
3rd deputy mayor, responsi-
ble for health and social
welfare; mayor Bruno
Magras; Yves GrMaux, 1st
deputy mayor, responsible
for education and cultural
inf",, and Henri Louis,
2nd deputy mayor, responsi-
ble fi ,fintJact and security.


Asked for their "for-
mal" opinion on the
texts defining the
parameters of the new
Overseas Collectivity of
Saint Barthl6emy, the 23


mumcipal council members
present and three represen-
tatives of those absent, vot-
ed unanimously in favor of
the texts currently under
consideration by the French


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government. this opinion
on the last version of the
text, before it is presented to
the French parliament, was
not initially planned in the
ongoing evolutionary
process that will allow
Saint-Barth to become an
Overseas Collectivity
(COM), rather than a com-
munity of Guadeloupe, to
which it has been dependent
since 1848. The Constitu-
tional Council of the French
government, fearing that
without such approval cer-
tain parts of the text might
be rejected as unconstitu-
tional, requested this "for-
mal" opinion.
While the municipal council
voted unanimously in favor
of the text, indicating its solid
support of the ongoing politi-
cal evolution, it also exhibit-
ed a unanimous desire to see
the project completed. One
S, ii '- 'i.. iI 'Nl. di'g issues con-
cerns the representation of
the new collectivity in the
two assemblies of the French
Parliament- the National
Assembly and the Senate.
This was provided for initial-
ly, but struck from the most
recent version of the text.
The written decision of the


municipal council will be
given to the Prefect, the
regional representative of
the French government. He
will present it in turn to the
Overseas Minister, who
will transmit it to the "Con-
seil d'Etat," (the highest
administrative jurisdiction
in France, which will
decide on the legality of the
text) who received the texts
in November. The Conseil
d'Etat has the right to rein-
state the parliamentary rep-
resentation in the text, as
does the council of minis-
ters that will next receive
the text for approval. This
modification could also be
made at the moment that
the text is approved by the
Parliament by means of an
amendment. Mayor Bruno
Magras does not doubt that
the parliamentary represen-
tation will be put back into
the text, considering that
"that is in keeping with
French tradition and has
always provided overseas
collectivities with specific
parliamentary representa-
tion, no matter their demo-
graphic position."




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1 & 2- Laetitia (1) of Hot Stuff, Ananda and Nute (2)
during the second edition of "Graines de Star," (an
amateur singing competition) at Zanibarth restaurant.
3-Christine and Pascal at the opening of La Scala
restaurant, last Saturday, in Gustavia
4- Geisha Vampire fashion show, everyday except mon-
day from 1:30 pm, La Plage, St Jean. 5- Santa Claus is
coming... by jet ski! 6- Nelly, Sandrine and Fabienne,
three actresses from SB Artists, in the play "The Little
Violin," by Jean-Claude G, idi .. produced by the local
theatre company for school children and for the general
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MAGNIFICENT YACHTS FILL THE PORT


As usual, the Port of
Gustavia is full for
the holidays! Many
of the boats lined up along
the docks are perennial vis-
itors, those who come back
for part of the winter sea-
son year after year. These
include large motor yachts
such as Ultima III, Excel-
lence III, Contrarian, Mys-
tique, and Jamacia Bay, as
well as the classic sailboat,
Ticonderoga, a handsome
addition to the annual fleet.
"There are as many boats
as in past years," confirms
port director Bruno
Gr6aux. "What is different
this year is that many of the
yachts arrived even earlier
than they did last year. This
is the first time that so
many of the boats have


come so early, in order to
guarantee a place at the
dock for New Year's Eve."
By mid-December, all three
docks were practically full,
with just a few berths
remaining in front of the


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of the harbor.
Other sailboats such as
Lone Fox and Mischievous
are regulars, and as Gr6aux
points out, "Lone Fox
stayed in the inner harbor
almost all year," while
Mischievous spent the
summer months in New-
port, R.I. and returned to
Saint Barth for another
winter. "There are more
and more sailboats that
spend almost the entire
winter season on buoys in
the inner harbor," notes
Gr6aux. Blue Muse is
among the sailboats that
are becoming longtime vis-
itors, as this Hinkley 70 is
back for its third season. A
frequent visitor in the past,
the 95' Sorcerer II is also
back, after a two-year
absence.
Among the new arrivals
this year are a sleek motor
yacht christened Blind
Date, and a new W-Class
boat, the 46'9" Equus, a
"baby sister" to the W-76
boats, Wild Horses and
White Wings, who have
wintered here in the past.
Equus is a handsome
wooden boat built in the


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spirit of the fastest racing
boats from the early 20th
century. Another classic
wooden boat, Piera, is a
newcomer as well, and can
be spotted easily in the
inner harbor with its black
hull.
Size limits still prevail and
only those boats of "Saint
Barth Size," 60 meters or
under, can jockey for a one
of the highly coveted spots
at the dock. Ultima III and
Excellence III are the
largest yachts at the dock,
each measuring almost 188
feet. Both were built by
Abeking & Rasmussen, in
Germany, and are very sim-
ilar ships (although Ultima
III has a white hull and
Excellence III is navy
blue).
With all these yachts in the
harbor, New Year's Eve
promises once again to be a
festive occasion, with a
wonderful fleet of sailboats
to participate in the around-
the-island regatta on
December 3. At midnight,
festivities aboard the mega-
yachts ring in the New Year
as the skies above the har-
bor light up with the annual
fireworks display.








Le Noel des Pecheurs

Restaurant des P6cheurs team invite you to enjoy Christmas'Eve,
facing the turquoise lagoon of Grand Cul-de-Sac, in St.Barth.


Chef Jean-Luc Grabowski have prepared for you
a degustation menu for Christmas'Eve night,
and to enjoy the Christmas day, a special lunch, composed with
a starters table, a deserts table, and degustations plates.


Christmas lunch menu 25 december


Starters table
Duck foie gras terrine
San Daniele italian ham with melon
Scotish smoked salmon "facon gravelax"
French oysters "Fines de Claire"
Tomatoes and Buffala mozzarella with basil
Mesclun salad with old Parmesan cheese
Fresh goatcheese nem perfumed with thyme


Price : 150 euros


Deserts table
Traditional Christmas cake
Caribbean fresh fruit minestrone
Opera
Chocolate mousse trilogy
Caribbean style profiterole
Coupe d'eze with chestnut mousse
Pineapple carpaccio with sweet spices


Degustation dishes
Wild lobster, Enrico sauce
Capon with black truffle and poivrade epicee with fresh winter vegetables
Brie de Meaux cheese


Christmas'Eve menu 24 december


Price : 130 euros


Creamy soup with scallops, caviar and wild cress
Duck foie gras po6lee, ognions jam, old porto wine sauce
Wild seabass, passion fruit sauce
Beef fillet, bordelaise sauce with black truffle
Eze village tangerine with grand marnier liquor sauce
Traditional Christmas cake


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SAI N T-BA T H L EM Y


Le Restaurant des P6cheurs
Anse de Grand Cul-de-sac, Saint-Barthelemy
Open everyday from 7.00 am to 23.00 pm
Reservations : (+590) 590 298 300


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AFTER BEING CLOSED FOR 2 YEARS .I


Closed since Septem-
ber 2003, the four-
star luxury hotel, Le
Sereno, reopened last
weekend. The hotel is
located on the bay of
Grand Cul de Sac, consid-
ered to be one of the most
beautiful bays in the world.
Including the purchase
price of the hotel from its
former owners, the French
group, Parisot that special-
izes in the manufacture of
furniture, and the cost of
renovations that lasted
almost one year, the invest-
ment in the property is
close to 20 million euros.
The new owners are
Venezuelan architect and
businessman, Ignacio Con-
treras Iribarren, and Brazil-
ian real estate developer,
Ricardo Dunin.


The Liaigre Touch
While most of buildings
from the old hotel were
conserved, the overall
architecture has been modi-
fied as if the hotel has
undergone a complete ren-
aissance. A renaissance
orchestrated by the cele-
brated French interior
designer, Christian Liaigre
(who is the designer of the
well-known Mercer Hotel
in New York, the Market
restaurant in Paris, and is
currently working on an
apartment for Rupert Mur-
doch in New-York). His
touch has transformed the
hotel with a minimalist and
elegant design vocabulary,
defined as "ethno-Zen,"
implemented here by the
designer's Paris office and
by architect Guillermo De
Yavorsky, who was respon-
sible for the quality and
detail of the "Liaigre style"


Facing the ocean, at the heart of the hotel i
large swimming pool surrounded by a wood
deck that provides the perfect place to relax
"Blanc Bleu" boutique is located at the foo
the entry stairs that lead to the restaurant,
tized "Restaurant des Pecheurs, or The F
man's Restaurant. Sheltered under the woo
"tent" that once housed Boubou's restaurant
the new eatery opened on December 18. Jea
Pierre Guiroux is the hotel's restaurant dir
working closely with chef Jean-Luc Grabow
As its name indicates, this is a fish restaura
and with three to five different fish -local
from France-on the menu every day. Ther
also a variety of shellfish, including lobster.


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also brought in a leading
lighting designer, Anglo-
Asian Arnold Chan of
Isom6trix, to design the
lighting scheme that is both
subtle and pleasing. The
design of the gardens was
entrusted to the acclaimed
Chilean landscape archi-
tect, Fernando Tabora (who
recently passed away). The
Contreras children -
Manuel, a public works
engineer, Luis, a banker,
and Gabriela, an archi-
tect- also played a role in
defining the character of
the new Sereno, an ensem-
Sble of 37 suites and villas.
The spaces vary from 35 sq
meters for the Terrace
Suites, to 80 sq meters with
&AM a 55 sq meter deck for the
j Fisherman's Viila nestled
on the beach with a private
pool.
The furniture for the hotel
is also signed "Christian
Liaigre." The rooms are
equipped with direct tele-
phone lines and high-speed
Internet access. An iPod
s a docking station is available
en as well as plasma screen
.A TV and DVD player. The
t of towels and bathrobes were
bap- custom made for the hotel
isher- by the French luxury linen
den company, D. Porthault. The
nt, toiletries are by Ex-Voto, a
n- line of high-quality cosmet-
ector, ics designed exclusively for
'ski. hotels. Every room has its
nt, own parking space. And to
or meet all requests, room
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Partnership agreement signed


From to right: Markku Harmial from the Saint-Barth
Yacht ( Marithe Weber, president of the hotel association,
the mavor Bruno Mavras and Pierre '. general director of


Pen Duick.
Saint Barth will once
again be the host port
for the arrival of the
Transat Ag2r transatlantic
sailing race. The partnership
contract was signed on Fri-
day, December 16, between


the island of Saint Barth6le-
my and Pen Duick, the
company that purchased
Match Racing, the former
organizer of the Ag2r, in
2004 (Pen Duick also
organizes the Route de


Rhum and Troph6e BPE).
The financial participation
of the island, as approved
by the municipal council at
its last n..lin.. is
68,602.06 euros. The
island's Hotel Association,
which has supported this
event since its beginnings,
has announced a contribu-
tion in the form of 350
nights that the organizers
can use as needed during
the event.

STARTING ON APRIL 9

This transatlantic race with
identical single hull Figaro
Benetteau II sailboats, each
with a crew of two, has tak-
en place every other year
since 1992. In 2006, when


the race begins on April 9,
the starting line will no
longer be in Lorient,
France, but rather Concar-
neau, the third largest city in
the Finistbre region, and the
largest tuna fishing port in
Europe. While the race used
to make a stopover in
Madeira, this time it will be
direct, even though there
will be a race buoy at the
small island of Porto Santo,
across from Madiera. The
first boats could arrive in
Saint Barth as early as April
29, 2006. Each arrival is
met out on the water by
numerous race fans. And
the dock, reserved for the
boats in the racing fleet,
comes alive with various
activities every day.


POLICE SAY


SLcated at the top
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I Fax: 05 90 27 92 80
S3aae- 12:30 pm & 3;00 7:00 pna


At the request of Major Meuriot, commander of the
national police for the Northern Islands, an alcohol
A control to find drunk drivers was held on Saturday
night on the road leading out of Gustavia. The control was
handled by two representatives from the territorial brigade in
Saint Barth who were assisted by two agents from the
mobile force and two from the nautical brigade in Saint Mar-
tin, who came to Saint Barth by boat. Between 10pm and
midnight, they stopped 83 drivers, only one of which did not
pass the breath test (which consists of inflating a plastic bal-
loon). The person in question was driven to the casern where
a more precise breathalyzer test revealed 1.06 mg of alcohol
per liter of air exhaled. Since the beginning of 2005, the
police have stopped 27 drivers with excessive levels of alco-
hol in their blood.





HOLIDAY DINNER AND ENTERTAINMENT
WITH
Music, FIRE AND LIGHT
(piano bar with Nilce and Philippe,
Connis saxophone,
Entropik, Andrea and Thomas, dance and fire)

Le Christopher Hotel


TUESDAY, DECEMBER


AT THE


27


MANGO BAR, WELCOME DRINK MADE BY JACK


CHEF'S DUET AT


(Franck Philips invites Ludo)
Hot and cold appetizer assortment
Flavors of the sea: a selection of several different fish
Dessert Fantasies combining fruit and chocolate
(60 E/PERSON)
Reservations: 05 90 27 63 63


AT 7:30 P.M.


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or the second consecu-
tive year, Anglicans
and Catholics were
united under the same roof
for an ecumenical C('hIIi iII.
celebration that was held last
Sunday night at the Catholic
Church in Lorient. The
church was filled to capacity
as local congregants of both


denominations witnessed a
living nativity scene that
included over 20 amateur
actors and the combined
choirs from both religious
communities. This theatrical
event, directed by C(' !i .IIi.
Greaux (former principal of
the Catholic elementary
school in Colombier) told


the story of the birth of Jesus
through the arrival of the
Three Wise Men, or Kings
from the East (Melchior who
brought gold, Balthazar who
brought frankincense, and
Casper who brought myrrh).
A special choir was assem-
bled to accompany the per-
formance, combining the
island's two Catholic choirs
and the Chorale de Bons
Choeurs. The choir was
directed by
Ghislaine Gumbs, from the
choir in Lorient, with
Charles Darden, director of
the Chorale de Bons Cheurs
and music director of the
Anglican Church, at the key-
board evoking the sounds of
a church organ. The group of
45 singers, all dressed in
white, sang nine C('hIIliI.
Carols, including "Silent
Night."


Laurent Cldquin, soloist
from the Chorale de Bons
Cheurs, sang a very moving
version of "Minuit Chrd-
tien." The celebration con-
cluded with a (Ci ilIii.,,
message delivered in French
and English by Father
Sylvere Numa, the Catholic
priest in Saint Barthelemy
and in English by the Angli-
can Reverend Charles Vere
Nicoll, in the presence of
Father Modetin, priest of the
Catholic parish of Saint
Martin, who came especially
for the occasion. Numa and
Vere Nichols wrote the text
(reproduced in its entirety on
the facing page) together,
calling for a spirit of unity, to
better "live together," with a
reminder that Cl(II ilI.i is a
time for sharing and com-
passion.


CHRISTMAS SERVICES
AT THE ANGLICAN CHURCH
n Saturday, December 24 at 7:00pm and Sunday,
December 25 at 9:00am, C('iiiiii. services will be
led by Reverend Charles Vere Nicholl at the Anglican
Church in Gustavia. The Chorale de Bons Choeurs, directed
by Charles Darden (who is also the music director of the
Anglican Church), will add its voices to a program of prayers,
readings, and hymns. Laurent Cldquin, a soloist in the choir,
will sing "Minuit Chretien, which he sang beautifully at the
ecumenical C(i ,lii,. celebration held last Sunday evening at
the Catholic Church in Lorient, uniting the island's Catholic
and Anglican communities.









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How marvellous it is to
welcome you and greet
you on behalf of the
Anglican and Roman
Catholic communities
and churches on this
island. We pray that
you will have a wonder-
fully happy, peaceful and
joyful Christmas and a
very blessed 2006.
How fortunate and
blessed we are to live on
this island and to be part
of a community that is so
rich in its diversity the
local St. Barths commu-
nity, the Metropolitan
French, communities
that originate from both
English and French
speaking West Indian
cultures, from Portugal,
and of course our Ameri-
can and European visi-
tors. That is true diver-
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even if one only partici-
pates through shop win-
dows, lively street deco-
rations or just through
the media. Everybody
celebrates this time of
the year which we call
Christmas with or
without a religious con-
notation.
We know the Christmas
story so well. God
became human for us in
the person of Jesus of
Nazareth who came to
share all of our human
condition our joy, our
pain, our sorrow and our
death. But most of all,
he came to offer his
unconditional and
extravagant love that
would enable us to live
life in true colour.
It is interesting to
notice that almost every
condition of humanity is
represented within the
nativity story -the shep-
herds, the innkeeper, the
vulnerable and homeless
young parents Mary
and Joseph the three
kings, who came from
different nationalities,
traditions and religions.
It is almost as if God is
celebrating within this
story the variety, colour,
diversity, but essential
unity of his creation.
Whereas Christmas will


be a time of joy and
laughter for many peo-
ple, we can be certain
that for some it will be a
lonely and difficult time:-
For senior citizens for
whom Christmas is syn-
onymous with being
abandoned.
For people who must
continue their daily
work, who may have no
roots on this island, but
who are busy serving
those who are celebrat-
ing.
For those for whom this
time of year evokes
painful memories; the
loss of a loved one, sick-
ness or unemployment.
Christmas offers us a
timely opportunity to
transform our differ-
ences ethnic, cultural,
religious, generational,
and circumstantial into
sources of enrichment
and unity rather than
pretexts for isolation and
segregation.
Let's create a different
Christmas this year by
transcending our tribal
boundaries by seeking
to include and value
everyone and seeking
true integration with our
fellow human beings.
Let's take the risk and
open ourselves up to the
divine, to Jesus and
thence to others.
Christmas is God's sub-
lime gift to us let's
share it with one anoth-
er. If we do, we will
make this a time of
understanding, of inclu-
sion, of brotherly and sis-
terly love which will
transform our island and
the world.
God Bless you all!

Fr Charlie Vere Nicoll,
St. Bartholomew's
Anglican Church















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Jean-Michel Lebeau, EDF Guadeloupe, the mayor
Bruno Magras and Loic Nuret,from Srec.
change of mentality. Make it so that the use of ener-
gy saving light bulbs is a natural reflex. That is the
objective a special campaign that has been in effect
since Tuesday, December 20 and runs until January 30 in
Saint Barth as well as the rest of Guadeloupe. Initiated by
the EDF (French electric company), and ADEME (French
governmental agency for energy control) in collaboration
with the municipality of Saint-Barth and the SMEC (a
Saint Martin-based company that distributes electrical
materials), this project is dependent on a partnership
agreement, signed at the town hall in Saint Barth on Mon-
day ii .'mh-ii. outlining the obligations of each partner. As
for the project itself, the idea is to encourage clients of the
local electric company to use energy saving light bulbs at
home, rather than traditional incandescent bulbs. To that
end, each client of the EDF should have received a vouch-
er that can be redeemed at any one of the participating
stores (EC Distribution in Lorient, the Alma hardware
store in Public, and Match Supermarket). The voucher is
good for the purchase of three low energy light bulbs for
12 euros that will be deducted from the next electric bill
following the purchase. 15,000 such bulbs are available in
Saint Barth. These energy saving bulbs last eight time
longer than classic light bulbs, consume five times less
electricity and emit 80% less heat.
To protect the beaches


Founded in 1996, SubProtect is a
non-profit organization dedicated to
the protection of the environment
and the underwater sea beds. Last
H i year, they began their operation
"Ashtrays on the Beaches." The idea
is to provide the installation of cans-
as-ashtrays at the entrance to the beaches so that smokers can
use the cans to collect their cigarette butts. Fourteen of the
island's twenty-two beaches are outfitted.







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From December 17th 2005 to January 8th 2006
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David Zara, Tradewind A


Born in Switzerland of
Turkish parents origi-
nally from Spain and
Italy, it is not surprising that
the 43 year-old David Zara,
who has both Turkish and
American citizenship, feels at
home anywhere in the world.
That goes for Saint-Barth as
well, as after spending
numerous vacations here, the
vice-president of the US-
based Tradewind Aviation,
has decided to fly on-demand
flights to and from the island.
Father of 15 month-old Tris-
tan and married to a New
York lawyer, Zara attributes
his passion for aviation to the
perpetual movement of a
globe trotting childhood in
tune with his father's busi-
ness needs. First he lived in
Switzerland and Belgium,


next came Lisbon, Portugal
for seven years, on to Istan-
bul, Turkey for three years,
then four years in Caracas,
Venezuela, before moving to
New York where he has lived
since the age of 15. Thanks to
this international childhood,
David Zara speaks seven lan-
guages. After high school at
the French Lycee in New
York, David (who was a
good, if restless student)
enrolled at Vassar College
where he got a degree in eco-
nomics. He started out in
business by designing leather
jackets that were sold in
Bloomingdales, Macy's, and
other important American
department stores. This prof-
itable experience was not
enough to satisfy his cultural
aspirations. He joined the


now defunct Orion film com-
pany, where he was a screen-
writer. "Bad writer, bad sales-
man, or maybe both, led to
my lack of success," he jokes
about that experience today.
Shifting his focus, David
Zara next worked for the U.S.
government as an interpreter
and analyst for the next seven
years. During this time he
also increased his aeronauti-
cal experience, having started
to fly at the age of 23. From
piloting gliders, he became a
private pilot then a commer-
cial pilot, as well as a pilot
for hydroplanes, and holds an
Airline Transport Pilot certifi-
cate. His interest in aviation
continued to grow, while his
interest in being an inter-
preter decreased. In 1996 he
opened Good Air and Mach
Aviation, with two objectives
in mind: selling parts to the
large airlines, and leasing
Boeing airplanes and an Air-
bus. In 2001, in partnership
with Eric Zipkin, he launched


Tradewind Aviation, an exec-
utive airline based at the
Waterbury-Oxford airport in
Connecticut. The company
also operates out of New
York, offering on-demand
flights to destinations in the
United States and around the
world. They recently opened
a new base in St. Croix, in
the American Virgin Islands,
to meet the needs of an
American clientele who were
requesting flights to the
Caribbean. David Zara has
remained a pilot and has
almost 7000 hours of flying
under his belt, with experi-
ence on a range of aircraft
from a B-58 and Cessna Car-
avan to the Pilatus PC-12 and
King Air B-200, as well as
the Gulfstream G-II, G-III,
and G-IV, planes he often
uses for flights to one corner
of the globe or another. What
does he do when he is not
flying? He plays polo and
enjoys deep-sea diving.













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The Supermarket that delivers
directly to your vacation villa
Fruit, fresh vegetables, Meat and Wine


^ ~iB ;r"-- friday, December 23
S 5:00-7:00p.m.

Supermarket Match
presents LIVE MUSIC
with the local group
RMI
broadcast live on Radio Saint Barth.
Holiday champagne tasting

* Located in Saint Jean, across from the airport
. Hours : Monday-Thursday : 8am-lpni & 3pm-8pni
H ,i. Friday 8aim- 8pni & Saturday: 8am 7pm
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Why are there
ocean tides?


*A1 Each week the
" r Marine Park
answers a question
concerning the marine
environment.

Celestial objects, such as
planets and stars, exert a
gravitational attraction
toward other objects in
their path. The earth and
the moon are not exempt
from this phenomenon.
The moon tries to pull
our planet towards it. But
the moon's small size only
allows it to influence the
water of our oceans. At
the same time, Planet
Earth, exerting its own
force, pulls the water
back in the other direc-
tion. This war of the
Titans results in rising
water levels in the places
on the earth closest to the
moon, causing high tides.
But the earth pulls back
just as strongly resulting
in a similar wave on the
other side of the planet.
The orbit of the moon
and the rotation of the
earth on its own axis
cause the movement of
these waves on the globe's
surface. The coastline
stops the movement of
the water At that
moment, an observer
standing on the coast
would confirm an eleva-
tion in the water level.
Several hours later, when
the moon continues on its
journey, the sea returns to
its original level. The time
of day that this happens
depends on when the
moon passes overhead,
thus the time varies from
day to day.


JANUARY 7-25

22nd Music Festival


he classical
music festival
of Saint Barth


'. -, is a rare jewel we
S , d shouldn't take for
.. granted. Rare
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S" "" vals exist for so

-just run out of steam.
: And rare, because of
the great ensemble of musicians-mostly Ameri-
can- who perform so generously thanks to the perse-
verance and passion of the festival's creator, Frances
De Broff. The schedule for the 2006 edition, the 22nd
annual which runs January 7 to 25, was just published
by the festival ...niniiikcc As in past years, there will
be approximately 60 artists, from violinists and
pianists to horn players, singers and dancers, who will
perform at the dance events that take place on the ten-
nis court at AJOE (Lorient). The musical events will
be held in the Catholic church of Lorient and in the
Anglican church of Gustavia.
As is now customary, the first events on the roster are
the dance performances: in 2006 these include stars of
the Ballets Grandiva of New York, an all-male traves-
ty company that pokes fun at the classical ballets, who
will open the festival. Music takes center stage as of
January 11, with highlights of the program including a
pops concert with classical and jazz trumpet player
Rolf Smedvig. There are also two chamber music
concerts, an evening of opera featuring excerpts from
Carmen and Aida, a symphonic evening, and a piano
recital. The closing event on Wednesday, January 25
is a jazz double header with the John Ellis Quartet
composed of John Ellis, Jason Marsalis, Roland
Guerin, and Robert Glasper. The local choir, la
chorale de Bons choeurs, will perform in the Pops
concert, as well as young violinists from the Suzuki
school, Saint-Barth Harmony.
See Below the program of the 22nd edition.

St Barth WEEKLY
Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth"
Ph. : 05.90.27.65.19 Fax: 05.90.27.91.60
ISSN-1766-9278
email: stborhweekly@wanadoo.f
Director & layout: Avigael Haddad
Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation: Ellen Lampert Greaux,
Advertising sales: Chlo6 Ameur
Impression : Daily Herald


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I SATURDAY JANUARY, 7
& SUNDAY, JANUARY 8
Classical and Modern Ballet
with stars from Les Ballets
GranDiva ballet company
(an all-male troupe) in
Lorient at A.J.O.E., 7pm
I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11
Grand Pops concert with
Rolf Smedvig in Lorient
at Catholic Church, 7pm
I Sunday, January 15
Chamber Music program
with Festival stars
in Gustavia at Anglican
Church, 6:30pm
I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18
Classical and Modern
Orchestra program with
Maestro Alex Klein in
Lorient at Catholic Church,
8pm
Q Friday, January 20
Opera program with
Maestro Richard Buckley
"Carmen" and "Aida"
excerpts in Lorient at
Catholic Church, 8pm
I SATURDAY, JANUARY 21
Chamber Music program
with Festival stars
in Gustavia at Anglican
Church, 8pm
I SUNDAY, JANUARY 22
) Children's concert with the
St. Barths Harmony School
in Lorient at Catholic
Church, 4pm
I Annual Benefit Dinner
with stars of the Festival in
Gustavia at Eddy's Restau-
rant, 8pm
I TUESDAY, JANUARY 24
Piano Recital program with
Phillip Bush in Gustavia at
Anglican Church, 8pm
I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25
Jazz double-header with The
John Ellis Quartet John
Ellis, Jason Marsalis, Roland
Guerin and Robert Glasper
in Gustavia at Anglican
Church, 7 and 9pm

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Double Exposure at Porta 34


Water is the theme of
AQUA, a joint exhib-
it by photographer
Philippe Hochart and painter
Jean Verrechia at Porte 34 (for-
merly the Bagdad Gallery) in
Gustavia, December 23-
28."This is an unexpected
opportunity," says Verrechia,
who was planning for an exhibit
of his work in late January or
February. But when Loulou
Magras told Hochart that the
gallery was available for the
week between Christmas and
New Year's, both artists jumped
at the chance. Verrechia will
present some of his recent col-
orful paintings that combine
blue with other bright colors,
such as red and purple. "Our
common theme is aqua for
water," he says. "Aquamarine,


transparent aqua, aqua blue."
Hochart recently published a
book, also entitled AQUA,
which will be on display at the
gallery along with 20 large for-
mat photographs. The book
chronicles Hochart's 20 years
of living in Saint Barth. The
photographs at Porte 34 range
from "hot blue" images of the
tropics to "cold blue" images of
Greenland that Hochart took
last summer during an arctic
voyage about the Pen Duick VI,
a boat that once belonged to the
late, great French sailor, Eric
Tabarly. "Some of the cold pho-
tographs are of icebergs sculpt-
ed by the wind and the salt,"
says Hochart. "They are like
pieces of ice with messages
inside, sculptures that melt as
they float toward Saint Barth."


In picture


Villa Creole Saint Jean
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"Meeting with Buddha," an exhibition of antique
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Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy A6roport
Gustavia
Saint Jean
U Useful numbers


Tourism
Harbour
Boat company

Airlines company


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05 96 70 92 92
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05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 / 05 90 27 66 13
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St-Barth Commuter 05 90 27 54 54
Air Caraibes 05 90 27 71 90
American Airlines 00 599 54 S1 4 1I
Taxis Gustavia 05 90 27 66 31
Saint-Jean 05 90 27 75 81
To' ,. 05 90 29 80 40
EDF (electricity company office) 05 90 29 80 81
Water system 05 90 2760 33
Post Gustavia 05 90 27 62 00
Marine Reserve 06 90 31 70 73
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277870

Villa for sale, ref 05.243 in Fla-
mands village 2 bed/i bath,
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Marigot (opposite of Monoshop) 97133 St Barthelemy
Ph.: 05 90 27 78 70 Fax: 05 90 27 94 52
e-mail : michele.alizes@wanadoo.fr
Garanties financiers : Socamab
Assurances : S.N.P.I.


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IM M O 1 L I E R RE A L ES T A T E
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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
WTTH 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 AMENITIES.
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LES GALLERIES DU COMMERCE SAINT-JEAN BP1021
TEL. : (590) 590 51 07 50 FAX : (590) 590 51 07 30
www.lagence-stbarth.com



MISS MMO
4 Agence Immobiliere Real Estate



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 q-" 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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