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DESCENT AT CARL GUSTAV III AIRPORT

The only airstrip on the island shows

a decrease in activity for 2005


WELCOME!

The Saint Barth
Weekly is happy to
be back for its third
season. The Weekly
is designed 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", as well as
original articles in
English, the Saint-
Barth Weekly is the
only completely
English-language
newspaper on the
island. It comes out
every Friday from
November through
the end of July. Our
most exciting news is
that each Friday, The
Weekly is also
available on line at
Saint-Barth Online
(www.st-barths.com),
the wonderful web
site that our friends
Laurence 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.


With 159,505 passengers in 2005
(arrivals and departures) compared
to 161,598 in 2004, the level of
traffic fell below the benchmark of 160,000
passengers maintained in recent years. And
this number is far from 1997, the record-
breaking year that saw 202,443 passengers!
The number of landings and take-offs for
commercial flights also diminished last year.
"The total billing for commercial companies
that use the airport was less than last year,"
notes Antoine Laplace, director of the air-
port. This refers to the three principal airlines
(Air Caraibes, Winair, and St Barth Com-
muter) that fly in and out of St Barth. "This
decrease was seen over almost every month
of the year," adds Laplace.

Fewer Inter-Island Connections

A 25-year veteran at the airport, Laplace
explains that there are several factors that
have caused this decrease, which had already
started last year: "First of all, more and more
services are available to the residents of the
island than there were years ago. This means
that they don't have to travel as much. In the
past, local residents had to go to St Martin
more often. Another suggested explanation is
the increase in ferry transportation. Since
2004, the Rapid Explorer has added new
competition to the Voyager and the Edge in
terms of ferrying people back and forth
between St Martin and Saint Barth, from
their point of departure at Pointe Blanche, on
the Dutch side of the island. The three ferry
companies now have a total of seven daily
round-trips to St Barth, with ticket prices
substantially less than the airlines (who are
obliged to add various taxes to the price of
their flights). J6rome Montoya of SBTT, the
representative for Rapid Explorer in St
Barth, doubts that the new maritime service
has taken away from airline traffic. "I think
we have captured new clients who did not
necessarily travel here in the past, but do
now since there are more options that are
more practical," he says.

Planes and boats: more options

Bruno Magras, founder and director of the air-
line, St. Barth Commuter, is of another opin-
ion: that the arrival of Rapid Explorer resulted


in a loss of passengers for the airlines. "On the
flight from Grand Case, where the majority of
the local passengers transit, we lost almost
6000 clients last year, and they clearly took
another option," he says. "And last year, the
Port saw an increase of 17% in the number of
passengers that arrived by ferry," he added.
On the other hand, St Barth Commuter
showed an increase of 3.32 % in the number
of passengers between de Juliana Airport and
St Barth, where most of the international
clients transit. Also, the number if flights
(departures and arrivals) increases as well
(16%) thanks to the creation of a freight serv-
ice in .. nru'ilnI i i.' with the company, Assistair.
The company with the most passengers
remains Winair, with a total of 68,250 people
in 2005, slightly less than the year before.
Next comes Air Caraibes: with 48,800 pas-
sengers, which includes an increase of 8%
for the number of passengers (25,300) from
Pointe-a-Pitre in Guadeloupe but a decrease
of 9% (23,500 against 25,300 people) from
Sint Maarten. As for the level of tourism on
the island: it is difficult to say, as there are no
official statistics. "But we will have those
statistics in the future," says the mayor, "as
we will begin to collect a visitor tax from
hotels and seasonal rentals." In addition,
those arriving at the port and the airport
should fill out an entry form.
Concerning safety, the airport has a rotation
of five firemen, two of which are on duty
every day. Antoine Laplace notes that the
security measures for passengers and bag-
gage will be increased with the use of X-Ray
machines as requested by the French civil
aviation authority. These should be in place
by the end of the year.

STATISTICS: AIRPORT TRAFFIC IN 2005
A 34,799 flights, including:
Commercial planes: 30,065 (Arrivals +
Departures)
Military planes: 30 (A+D)
Private planes: 4,704 (A+D) 4704
A 159,505 passengers, including:
Commercial: 157,091 (A+ D)
Military: 37 (A + D)
Private: 2,003 (A+ D)
A Freight: Total freight (194,246): 138,812
arrivals and 55,434 departures
Total PTT (27,296):
18,762 (A) and 8,534 (D)






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Special events

Camaval Rehearsal in Gusta-
via starting 5:30pm
"Mas a Lous" costumes
made of banana leaves

Superbowl XL Live
Steelers vs Seahawks
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Live Music
I Every Evening
- New band, new show with
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from 9 pm to midnight, La Plage
Saint Jean
- "KJ Denhert", urban folk, jazz
artist & band unit from New
York, from 9 pm to midnight,


Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Lounge mix, 7 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- All selected quality lounge
music by Philippe, Zanzibarth,
St Jean
- Screen Live concert from
6.30pm, Caf6 Yacht, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 8pm,
Gaiac restaurant, Hotel Le Toiny
I From Tuesday to Saturday
Philippe Nardone on piano, from
the Copacabana to Montmartre,
from 7pm, Taino Lounge,
Christopher H6tel, Pointe Milou
I Thursday, February 2
- Bikini coca from 12pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Night, DJ Tony &
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-Nadege, sunset concert
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- BalearicAftemoon by Franky,
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- Full Moon party, La Plage
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- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
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gers (plus a driver)
belonging to the company,
Margauxtine, which runs
Saint-Barth Shuttle, started
their runs around the island
as of Monday, January 30.
This new transportation
service is intended primari-
ly for clients at the island's
hotels as well as residents
on a more limited basis, as
anyone who wants to get on
the bus must already have a
ticket or pass. The idea is to
serve two tourist circuits
that correspond to the
routes most frequently used
(see below) and drop off
passengers wherever they
wish to go, either along the
established routes or to a
requested stop. The pick up
can be arranged by a tele-
phone call, or by simply
signaling to the driver to
stop along the road.
"The idea to start a bus
service came from certain
hotels, restaurants, and
businesses whose clients
were upset by the traffic
jams and difficulty in find-
ing a parking spot,"
explains David Vander-
Noot, who launched the
project. "The bus service


allows people to travel
when they want and will
both reduce the number of
cars along the roads, and
free up parking places."
Four vehicles -Volkswa-
gen minibus LT35s- have
been put into service along
two routes: the first heads
west from Gustavia toward
Flamands and Anse des
Cayes. The other three bus-
es will mostly travel on an
Eastern route, from Gus-
tavia as far as Toiny. The
buses run daily from
9:00am to 1:00am. A round-
trip ticket costs 10 euros,
with a pass (minimum three
days) at 10 euros per day for
unlimited rides. Tickets are
available at hotel reception
desks or Saint-Barth Ser-
vices, as well as at certain
restaurants and boutiques on
the island. If the bus service
is essentially intended for
tourists, residents can also
take advantage of it in a
limited fashion, as there are
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Visits the Northern Islands


exclusive interview
exclusive: Bernard
Fornas, president of
Cartier International,
stopped into the Cartier
boutique in Saint Barth as
part of a visit to the
Caribbean region.

How many Cartier bou-
tiques do you have in the
Caribbean?
Bernard Fornas: A total
of eight between St. Mar-
tin, St. Barth, St. Thomas,
Nassau, Paradise Island,
Grand Cayman, Aruba,
and Cancun. Many of our
clients vacation in the
Caribbean. We should be
available to them as they
have more free time while
traveling.

What is the reason for
your trip to the region?
BF: I made it my goal to
visit all of the Cartier bou-
tiques in the world. This is
the first time I have made
a tour of all the boutiques
in the region. This is
important in order to have
a global vision of our
brand. In a few weeks, I
will be in China, for a sim-
ilar visit to the 14 Cartier
stores that are there.


A former director of Baume & Mercier, Bernard Fornas
is still part of the Richmond Group, and has been the
president of Cartier International for almost four years.


Fourteen stores in China!
BF: Absolutely! Cartier is
the top luxury brand found
in China. We opened our
first boutique there in 1992
and have accelerated the
rhythm since 2000. Four or
five additional Cartier bou-
tiques will open there in
2006. We also have seven
boutiques in Russia. Our


next goal is India, which is
an emerging market and
taxes on luxury goods have
been lowered. Seventy-five
percent of all Indians have
heard of Cartier, which has
a strong reputation there
since the days of the
Maharajahs, who were
among Cartier's earliest
and most prestigious.


The fall of Communism
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for Cartier....
BF: In Russia, like in Chi-
na, there is an unquench-
able thirst for luxury goods.
In all of these emerging
markets, you have to be the
first to establish a presence
in order to get the best
locations with enough
space at a reasonable price.
This philosophy has helped
Cartier develop the excep-
tional world market it has
today.

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Cartier's success?
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cles. Cartier initiates new
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it, and solidarity. Our
quickness to respond also
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duction rate, speeding up or
slowing down, to meet the
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OBITUARY: OLLE NYMAN
The mayor and municipal council are sad to
report the death of Mr. Olle Nyman on Mon-
day, January 30, 2006, in Sweden. Nyman
was a great champion of the ongoing friendship
between Saint Barth and Sweden, where he lived.
He worked hard to help the population of Saint
Barth rediscover its Swedish heritage, and present
the Swedes with a look at their former possession.
Monsieur Olle Nyman was an honorary citizen of
Saint Barth6lemy, a well-deserved honor, and he
will be remembered for his efforts in favor of the
island. To his family, his friends in Saint Barth, his
friends in the association ASBAS, and all those
who work toward maintaining the ties between our
island and Sweden, we send our most sincere con-
dolences and sympathy on this sad occasion.


FAREWELL
BRUNO
B runo Fickcdilc i'
passed away
on Tuesday,
January 24 at
6:00am, in Mar-
tinique where he had
been hospitalized
since December. He
is survived by his
wife Tara, and his
two young sons,
Luca and Lance.
Bruno, who was 48
years old, lived with
his family in St.
Barth for the past 12
years. Acclaimed as a
chef, he was trained by
some of the best
addresses in France,
including the presti-
gious restaurant, Lute-
tia in Paris, as well as
the kitchens of Miramar
in Biarritz that he ran
for three years. In 1994,
Bruno decided to come
live and work in St
Barth, and proposed a
new concept: a three-
star Michelin experi-
ence at home. His idea
was a winner and very
successful in a short
time. Guests in villas


Left to right : Jo Felix, president of Femur, Michel Questel of the
Lions Club, deputy mayor Nicole Greaux, Pierre Nuty, director of
the hospitals in St. Barthelemy and St. Martin and Patrick
Bordjel of the Rotary Club. The three associations that continual-
ly raise funds to help the hospital purchase equipment.


and aboard yachts were
seduced by his intimate
catering. Bruno also
spent time in the United
States as Tara is Ameri-
can.
Le Journal de St Barth
sends its condolences to
all of Bruno's friends
and family. A memorial
ceremony will be held
on Shell Beach, Friday,
February 3, at sunset.
Condolences and notes
of sympathy can be sent
via email to the follow-
ing addresses: bb-
chef@wanadoo.fr or
stbarthschef@aol.com


"The year 2006 is an important
one for the Hospital De Bruyn,"
says Pierre Nuty, the director of
the hospitals of St Martin and
St Barth, who has announced
that work on renovations and a
new wing will begin as of July.
This work is necessary for the
local hospital whose activity
increased by 34 % in 2005. The
collaboration with the hospital
in St Martin was solidified this
year with the rotation of various
specialists who come to St
Barth every week.

Soon a retirement facility
A third doctor has also been on
duty since September. "This
allows the doctors to work in
pairs," notes Nicole Gr6aux,
deputy mayor responsible for
social welfare. Also, the post of
head nurse was filled after the
last person in the job left. The
hospital has faced a lot of
changes and new problems to
deal with on a daily basis. Yet
the staff has done an "excep-
tional job," notes Nuty and
Gr6aux. The other big news for
2006 is a project to build a
structure with housing for sen-


ior citizens: a project that has
met with approval by the board
of directors. "The plans have to
be drawn up, but the building
will be built on land reserved by
the hospital," indicated Nuty.

A brief overview:
The Hospital de Bruyn, in Gus-
tavia, offers non-urgent treat-
ment for the local population.
In the case of emergency med-
ical care, it is attached to the
SAMU (emergency medical
service) in Pointe-a-Pitre and
the SMUR (mobile emergency
and resuscitation service) in
Saint Martin. The hospital has a
staff of 32 people, and includes
three doctors. There are 10
beds (three for surgery have
been allotted but are not
installed yet); there are also
seven beds for long-term care
that are primarily used too
house senior citizens. The hos-
pital was created in 1933,
under the initiative of Father
Ir6n6e de Bruyn. It was ceded
to the departmental diocese in
1970, and transformed into a
public facility run by the
municipality in 1991.


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Extension Planned

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1 Classified ads


W72-Looking for a
"Sponsor" to help save
property with castle in
France. All propositions
will be reviewed. Discre-
tion assured.
contact : savethecastle
@hotmail.com

Sprimbarth has commer-
cial real estate offerings
and business opportuni-
ties available. Contact
06 90 53 77 13
christophe.sachot@
wanadoo.fr

Urgent: seeking long-
term villa rentals, one to
five bedrooms. Sprim-
barth Contact: Cell: 06
90 53 77 13
christophe.sachot@
wanadoo.fr

For sale different piece
of land from 750 m2 to 7
660 m2 in buildable
area. Contact : "St Barth


Dream Vacation": 0590
29 75 05 or
sales@stbarth.com

ARP: Apartment located
in St Jean including
leaving room, open
kitchen, dining room,
bedroom and bathroom.
Parking space, Commu-
nity pool, open view.
450 000 ? Exclusivive
listing Sibarth Real
Estate 05 90 29 88 9

Villa for sale (ref
05.242) typical St Barth
villa, 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, lovely Toiny
views. Prize :
1,400,000 euros Contact
les Vents Aliz6s : (590)
590 27 78 70

For sale EXCLUSIVE
property located on Vitet
Hillside, Incredible view
of "Grand cul de Sac",
"Petit Cul de Sac" and


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Air Caraibes
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Gustavia
Saint-Jean


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To1 ,. 05 90 2
EDF (electricity company office) 05 90 2!
Water system 05 90 2'
Post Gustavia 05 90 2
Marine Reserve 06 90 3
church 0590 2
church Sunday 9am. 05 90 2
S church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am


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"Toiny". Consists of 3
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,
large living area open to
the infinity pool. Contact
: "St Barth Dream Vaca-
tion": 0590 29 75 05 or
sales@stbarth.com

2 bedrooms villa for sale
within distance of St
Jean Beach ref 06250,
pool and large ajoupa for
sale 1,200,000 euros.
Contact les Vents Aliz6s
: (590) 590 27 78 70

- For sale EXCLUSIVE
piece of land 2976
square meters located in
"LURIN" with open
view of the sea. Contact
: "St Barth Dream Vaca-
tion": 0590 29 75 05 or
sales@stbarth.com

OYD: Land of 1172m2
(0.28acre) for sale, locat-
ed in Flamand with a
nice view over the
ocean, precedent condi-
tion of building permit
possible in the contract.
590 000 ?. Exclusive
listing Sibarth Real
Estate 05 90 29 88 91

Villa for sale in Lurin
(ref 06.248), great view
uphill villa 3 bedrooms,
pool. Prize : 1,900,000
euros. Contact les Vents
Aliz6s : (590) 590 27
7870


FOR SALE apartment
in St Jean, living, 2 bed,
2 baths, Brand new reno-
vation, wide ocean view
over St jean Bay.
900,000 euros CMI 05
90 27 80 88

FOR SALE in St Jean
villa 2 bed, 2 bath, small
pool, quiet area. 965,000
US $ CMI 05 90 27 80
88

FOR SALE in Mont-
Jean villa 3 bed, 3 bath,
pool sea view:
1,450,000 euros CMI 05
90 27 80 88

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The villa experts since 1989
The villa experts since 1989


SALES
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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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Espace du Centenaire Gustavia
(590) 590 29 75 05
In US: 800 421 3396 or 508 527 7727
www.stbarth.com


I M MOlILER R A t B a r t h

I M M OBI LI ER REAL ESTATE


FOR


SALE


SAINTJEAN
Very beautiful villa
2 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms
Lounge,
Swimming pool
3 parking places


PRICE :
1.200.000e


POINTE MILOU
Perfect for
a family,
Ocean view,
4 bedrooms,
Swimming pool
+ independent
apartment
PRICE :
2.800.000e


DOMAIN DU LEVANT
Elegant villa,
beautifully
decorated
3 bedrooms
overlooking
the large
swimming pool
PRICE :
3.825.000e


GRAND CUL DE SAC
Perfect for
investment:
8 bedrooms,
8 bathrooms
2 Swimming pools
Sport Er Massage
room,
8 parking places
PRICE :
3.800.000e


LES GALLERIES DU COMMERCE SAINT-JEAN
TEL : (590) 590 51 07 50 FAX : (590) 590 51 07 30
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