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Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: January 6, 2006
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in New Year's Eve Regatta
T hirty sailboats of vari-
ous sizes, from 29' to
150', took part in the
llth annual edition of the
New Year's Eve Regatta, an
informal "just-for-fun"
parade around the island on
Saturday, December 31,
2005. A traditional end-of-
the-year event, this nautical
parade kicks off the New
Year's Eve festivities in
Saint Barth where magnifi-
cent sailboats and some of
the world's largest motor
yachts take center stage
over the holidays. Elenora, a
150' traditional schooner,
was the largest entry in the
regatta, and cut quite a fig-
ure out on the water. The
event kicked off with a skip-
pers' and owners' briefing at
Bete A Z'Ailes on Friday,
December 30, in Gustavia,
where the itinerary for the
race was distributed, and
everyone enjoyed a glass of
champagne offered by the
Port of Gustavia who helps
coordinate the event along
with the St Barth Yacht
Club and Mark del Giudice, Carrera, a sleek Wally 77 winner of Class 2


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Photos: Rosemond Gr6aux
skipper of the 65' sloop,
Mischievous, a perennial
participant in the regatta.
Winds of 15 to 20 knots
made for good racing condi-
tions, in spite of a brief rain
shower slightly after the
staggered starts began at
10am on Saturday morning.
The overall winner, or the
boat that clocked the fastest
time around the island, was
Leopard of London, in its
first appearance in the race.
This 97' Reichel and Pugh
sloop sailed around the
island in just 2 hours, 5 min-
utes, and 39 seconds for the
fastest time of the day (the
current record, set in 2004
by the 147' Baltic yacht,
Visione, stands at 1 hour, 32
minutes, 7 seconds). Chris
Sherlock, the Australian
skipper of Leopard of Lon-
don, says: "The sailing was
fantastic. In my opinion,
this is the best island to sail
around. It's so beautiful The
winners in Class 3, for the
12 smallest boats, were
Soca (29'), Magic Carpet (a
30' sloop), and Speedy Nemo
(34'). Participation of these
boats means that local sailors
ance to compete along side an
national group of skippers and
s who spend the holiday sea-
St Barth. Other entries in Cat-
3 include Fritz Bus, a well-
n figure in St Barth who sailed
rom Sint Maarten on his 24'
Melges (taking fourth place in
ass) and Donald Tobias, owner
wooden W-boats, with a new
the 46' Equus (fifth place).
er local boat, Baladin, belong-
Raphael Magras, unfortunate-
ke its mast during the regatta,
as able to return to port on its
Carrera, a sleek Wally 77 luxu-
ht, won Class 2. With a time of
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Occasional high seas made for challenging racing during the


Carrera just 10 minutes behind the
overall winner, Leopard of London.
Second place in Class 2 went to the
80' Herreshoff wooden classic, Ticon-
deroga, a boat that spends all winter in
Saint Barth. Skipper Tom Reardon
was aboard along with David Ray, of
Bannister's Wharf fame, at the wheel
for the race. Third place in this class
went to Blue Muse, a 70' Hinckley.
Class 1 was won by Freedom of


Flight, a 125' Pernini Navi
ketch, that was also the winner
of last year's St Barth Bucket,
while second and third place
went to Leopard of London and
Sorcerer II, respectively. The winners
in each class are the first boats to cross
the finish line, as per the staggered
starts. But Leopard of London was the
fastest boat around the island in real
time. After the awards ceremony on


the dock, a post-race champagne toast
was the perfect start to the evening's
round of New Year's Eve festivities,
which included a fireworks display
over a fabulous collection of yachts
and sailboats in the harbor.


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- "Black Snake" from Boston,
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- All selected quality lounge music
by Philippe, Zanzibarth, St Jean.


I Every Evening
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- Screen Live concert from
6.30pm, Caf6 Yacht, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 8pm, Gaiac
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
I Thursday, January 5
- Bikini coca from 12pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Night, DJ Tony &
Vincent Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
-Nadege, sunset concert
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- Ciguatera, "the come back"
with Fabien, Collunn, Gilles,
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- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
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I Tuesday, January 10
- Nadege, sunset concert
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I Wednesday, January 11
- Nadege, sunset concert
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"Jeffery Dread", from New York,
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of many celebrities
Nikki Beach restaurant
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"Meeting with Buddha"
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Festival 2006 Schedule
) Saturday, January 7
Modern and classical dance
with Les Ballets Grandiva
(an all male troupe)
A.J.O.E, Lorient, 7pm
I Sunday, January 8
Modern and classical dance
with Les Ballets Grandiva
(an all male troupe)
A.J.O.E, Lorient, 7pm
I Wednesday, January 11
Pops concert with Rolf Smed-
vig (trumpet) and the Chorale
de Bons Chceurs. Catholic
Church, Lorient, 8pm
I Sunday, January 15
Chamber music concert with
Festival artists. Anglican
Church, Gustavia, 6:30pm
I Wednesday, January 18
Modern and classical orches-
tral music, conducted by
Maestro Alex Klein. Catholic
Church, Lorient, 8pm
I Friday, January 20
Opera evening conducted by
Maestro Richard Buckley.
Excerpts from "Carmen" and
"Aida." Catholic Church,
Lorient, 8pm
I Saturday, January 21
Music lovers' evenings with
Festival artists. Anglican
Church, Gustavia, 6:30pm
I Sunday, January 22
A Children's concert with
St Barth Harmony, Anglican
Church, Gustavia, 4pm
AND
A Annual Benefit Dinner
with Festival Artists, reserva-
tions required.
I Tuesday, January 24
Piano recital by Phillip Bush.
Anglican Church, Gustavia,
8pm
) Wednesday, January 25
Double header Jazz concert
with the John Ellis Quartet
John Ellis, Jason Marsalis,
Roland Guerin, & Robert
Glasper Anglican Church,
Gustavia, 7pm & 9 pm
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H ailed by The
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Times as "vir-
tuostic, freshly funny,
sweet-tempered and -'
inventive," Les Ballets
Grandiva is an unusual
dance company. They
have taken classical
and contemporary bal-
let, given it a new
twist, and serve it up with humor and flam-
boyant charm. The gag of course is that
they are all men: every one of the "balleri-
nas" that will be seen on stage, January 7
& 8, as they open the 22nd annual St Barth
Music Festival with performances at
AJOE in Lorient (7pm). As one of their
choreographers, Peter Anastos, used to say,
"the arabesque is real, the leg isn't."
The idea of men dancing in tutus and toe
shoes, as swans and other classically
female roles, may seem a bit odd, but Les
Ballets Grandiva follow in a tradition of
all-male companies such as the Les Ballets
Trockadero de Monte Carlo. Founded 10
years ago, Les Ballets Grandiva is refresh-
ingly funny, and as The Village Voice said:
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ity!" The dancers have performed with
major dance companies, including Rus-
sia's Kirov Ballet, the American Ballet
Theater, the Houston Ballet, the National
Ballet of Canada and the Royal Swedish
Ballet. The company currently counts 19
dancers and has 32 ballets in its active
repertory.
Les Ballets Grandiva was founded its artis-
tic director, Victor Trevino, who grew up
in West Palm Beach, Florida and illicndkcd
the University of Florida, majoring in busi-
ness. A car accident involving his family
changed the course of his life. He left col-
lege to help with the family business and
began taking dance classes for exercise.
He trained with Marie Hale, Lynda
Swaidon and Claudia (Corday) Gumbin-
ner at Ballet Arts Theater, which later
became Ballet Florida. In 1984 he became
an original member of Ballet Florida and
danced there for two seasons before join-
ing Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Car-
lo in 1986. He continued his training with


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David Howard, Nancy
Bielski and Diana
Cartier in New York.
He also worked during
that time with Larry
Rhea, the creator of
Male Comedy Ballet,
and his company the
Trocadero Gloxinia
Ballet Company. His
first choreographic
venture was for Tim Draper's Rochester
City Ballet where he created a neoclassic
ballet called In A minor. Subsequently he
created his first comedic work, Romeo and
Juliet and then Le Petite Nutcracker Suite.
In 1995 he took a year off from dancing
and concentrated on teaching. In 1996 he
was invited by Kyoichi Miyazki, the presi-
dent of ZAK Corporation of Japan to cre-
ate a new Male Comedy Ballet based on
his own vision. Trevino continued working
with schools and companies during this
period as both a guest teacher and a chore-
ographer creating the original ballet The
Adventures of Little Red Riding Hood,
and choreographing original versions of
Peter and the Wolf, A Midsummer NiO ii\
Dream, Nutcracker, both second and third
acts of Swan Lake as well as creating and
staging many works for Male Comedy
Ballet including Swan Lake Act 11,
Bolero, Near the Middle Somewhat
Below, Love Wrongs, Peridot, Minkus
Gala, Pocahontas Pas, Dracula and the
Changing Room as well as many classical
duets and solos. He continues to choreo-
graph, teach and perform both with
Grandiva and as a guest artist. Trevino is
proud of having been able to make audi-
ences laugh for the past two decades.
The concept of Ballet Grandiva is to per-
form many different styles of dance,
including 19th and 20th century ballets
that are classics as well as new works that
satirize contemporary choreographers'
styles. The ultimate purpose is to cultivate
new audiences for dance, and groom the
next generation of ballet fans, no matter if
the swans are male or female. The per-
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ance in Saint Barth, and promise to be fun
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IN ST BARTH FOR THE HOLIDAYS


Mariah Carey,

Shakira,

Ricky Martin...

galaxy of the rich and famous once
again celebrated the arrival of the
New Year in Saint Barth. The island
maintains its "jet set" reputation for a group
of people who actually arrived on more pri-
vate jets than in the past- this year saw an
increase of 20% to i r'. in the number of
small jets that landed at Princess Juliana
Airport in Sint Maarten, the closest airport
that can handle jet planes.
They come here to relax, to party, or
simply chill out under the hot sun. As is
usual on the island, discretion is an
important factor at the places they
frequent. Yet such well-known celebrities
as singers Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias,
and Mariah Carey, as well as Colombian
super-star Shakira, Ivana Trump, and
former top model Stephanie Seymour
were seen on the beaches or in the
nightclubs of Saint Barth. And the sons
of Libyan president Moammar al-Ghadafi
brought The Gipsy Kings to our shores.
Seduced by the charms of the island, the
Libyans were undecided as to celebrate
New Year's Eve at one of the island's
trendy restaurants (which comes with a
high price tag for a private party) or on
a yacht.... What a dilemma! Not only is
the island a favorite for stars, but also for
politicians, including Dominique Perben,
French minister of Overseas
Transportation, Materials, and Tourism,
who decided to celebrate New Year's Eve
here, as did the former prime minister of
Romania. Former heavyweight boxing
champ Mike Tyson was spotted, as was
French singer Johnny Hallyday. More
improbable was the presence of
Microsoft mastermind Bill Gates,
although his former partner, Paul Allen,
was certainly here, along with his mega-
yacht that was anchored in the harbor.
Finally, actors Robert De Niro and
Danny de Vito, great fans of the
Caribbean, were reportedly on the
neighboring island of Saint Martin,
spending the holidays with friends.


WEATHER CENTER

Hurricanes: 27 in 2005,

How Many in 2006?


2005 was the year of an extreme
number of high-intensity hurri-
canes in the Northern Atlantic.
Katrina, Rita, and Wilma, three cat-
egory 4 and 5 hurricanes, came one
after the other, from late August
through October, churning through
the Gulf of Mexico and slamming
into coastal regions of the US,
from Louisiana, especially New
Orleans, to Florida, as well Mexi-
co's Yucatan Peninsula, a popular
tourist destination.
"With 26 named storms, we broke
all records this year," said Jean-
Noel Degrace, a forecasting engi-
neer from M6t6o France, on
December 22. Not counting Zeta,
that is, a new storm that was bap-
tized on December 30 at 5:00pm,
at 25 N and 34 W, to the south of
the Azores. Yesterday, Zeta was sit-
uated 23.5 N and 45.1 W, or
2,360 km from Saint Barth and
Saint Martin.
Only serious hurricanes are named,
and the Latin alphabet was not
long enough to name all the storms
this year. In the Greek alphabet,
which began after Wilma, Zeta is
the latest storm: one that blew in
on the winds of the New Year "We
saw a record number of tropical
depressions this year, but curiously
they developed
further to the
North, thus sparing 45N
the Antilles," notes
M. Degrace,
adding that not 3sN
only the Northern
Atlantic had a dif- "
ferent pattern than 25N
usual: the Pacific
Ocean has less NN
activity than usual. I5s

William Gray and ION
Philip Klotzbach, I,
meteorologists at
the National Hur- EIm gaw


ricane Center (NHC) in Miami,
predict a hurricane season above
average again in 2006, but less
active than 2005. According to
there predictions, the risks of see-
ing a major storm (category 3 to
5) are as follows:
* 81% along the coasts of the
United States (average 52%)
* 64% along the East Coast
including Florida (average 31%)
* 47 % in Florida (average 'i 1 .
* Above average risk in the
Caribbean

They also predict that 2006 will see
* 9 hurricanes compared to an aver-
age of 5.9
* 17 named tropcial storms (winds
of 60 to 120 km/h) compared to an
average of 9.6
* 5 gale force hurricanes (category
3, 4, or 5) compared to an average
of 2.3

The two Miami-based scientists
recognize that their predictions are
subject to a large margin of error,
as was proved this year. In Decem-
ber 2004, the NHC announced 11
tropical stroms (there have been 27
to date), six hurricanes (there have
been 14) and three major hurri-
canes (there have been seven).




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The Saint Thomas Connection


aint Barth has long
had strong ties to
the American Vir-
gin Island of Saint
Thomas. In fact, when
you get to the neighbor-
hood called Frenchtown,
you turn on the "rue de
Saint Barth6lemy" and
find yourself in a fishing
port where many of the
residents have roots in L
Saint Barth. This came
about during the 1950s
and 60s, when numerous
men from Saint Barth .
went to Saint Thomas '
seeking work, many as
fishermen. Some stayed, married and had
children there, but have remained in close
contact with their families in Saint Barth,
often coming back for the holidays. In
celebration of Christmas, when her par-
ents, Anna and Julien Quetel, were visit-


ing from Saint Thomas, Joanne Quetel of
Les Artisans in Gustavia, hosted a "Saint
Thomas Connection" party, inviting her
childhood friend, Kathy Laplace, who
now lives in Saint Barth as well, who was
accompanied by her parents, Liela and


Livet Laplace, who were
visiting from Saint
Thomas for the holidays.
Also among those with
Saint Thomas connections
S were Albert Yaphet and
Lu Chassin, who both
once worked for Little
Switzerland in (Ii.!!l iic
Amalie (the capital of
Saint Thomas), and Elv-
ina and Uranie Questel,
half sisters to Joanne's
grandmother (the late
Anne-Marie Questel).
Along with guests from
Saint Thomas comes a
special holiday treat:
Guavaberries. This tropical fruit is made
into traditional Guavaberry liquor (the
recipes are closely guarded family
secrets) or into tasty fruit compote that
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0590278088

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 con-
ti.i *'', I "a IN) 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 Jacuzzi $645.000. Exclu-
sive listing Sibarth Real Estate
0590298891

ARP: Apartment including
leaving room, open kitchen,
dining room, bedroom and
bathroom. Parking space,
Community pool, Nice view
over the ocean. 450.000 euros
Exclusivity Sibarth Real Estate
0590298891


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from The Fashion & Enter-
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Exclusive Indian Creek Island
waterfront home,
US$9,500,000. Golden
Beach Rare Private Ocean-
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Elegant La goce Island beau-
ty, US$3,750,000. Contact
Sheldon Stivelman or Ron
Daniel @ 786-269-4904 or
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Majestic Properties.

For sale EXCLUSIVE gor-
geous 3 bedrooms, 3 bath vil-
la, Pool, located in Fla-
mand". Very nice open views
of the islands, nice rental his-
tory. Contact: St Barth Prop-
erties: 0590 29 75 05

For sale EXCLUSIVE beauti-
ful and very private property,
consisting of 3 bedrooms and
3 bathrooms, pool, jacuzzi
and outdoor sports room, on
1015 m2 of land. The Villa is
in very good condition and
has a high rental history. Con-
tact : St Barth Properties:
0590297505

For sale EXCLUSIVE prop-
erty located on the Vitet Hill-
side, Incredible views of
"Grand Cul-de-Sac", "Petit
Cul-de-Sac" and "Toiny".
Consists of 3 bedrooms, 3
bath, large living room that
opens to an infinity pool.
Contact : St Barth Properties:
0590297505

Weekly rentals available in St
Jean, close to the beach, great
deal. For more informations
contact MISSIMMO at 0690
710 605 or
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view over the ocean. Magical
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For sale, in Pointe Milou
build-able land of 720m2 wide
sunset ocean view- 680 000
euros Contact : L'Agence
05,90,51,07,50
Fabienne@lagence-st-
barth.com

For sale, Beautiful apartment
located in St Jean with view
on the bay, nicely renovated 2
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
lounge, terrace and common
large pool. 850.000 euros -
Contact:L'Agence
I 16 I 51.07.50 or Nicolas@
lagence-st-barth.com

For sale, Renovated traditional
house, nice sea view, 2 bed-
rooms and a rented independ-
ent studio, 3 carpark-
1.050.000 euros- Contact
L'Agence 05,90,51,07,50
Nicolas@lagence-st-
barth.com

For sale, Villa in Pointe Milou
is perfect for several couples
or families, just 200 meters
from restaurant "Le Ti' St
Barth". A very nice garden
surrounds the house. 4 Bed-
rooms and a independent
Apartement. Features: Hill-
side, Sea view, Pool. 2 800
000 euros- Contact :L'Agence
0 5 9 0 5 1 0 7 5 0
Karine@lagence-st-barth.com

For sale villa in the prestigious
Domaine du Levant. This ele-
gant villa has been beautifully
decorated and is extremely
comfortable. 3 Bedrooms
overlook the large swimming
pool. 3 825 000 euros- Contact
:L'Agence 05,90,51,07,50
karine@lagence-st-barth.com

For sale Cottages and Villa,
very private, whose white
architecture is both Mediter-
ranean and tropical style. 8
bedrooms 8 bath, 2 swimming
pool, Sport room & Massage
room. 3 800 000 euros- L'A-
gence 05,90,51,07,50 Nico-
las@lagence-st-barth.com





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