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Transat Ag2r Concarneau Saint Barth

"CALM AFTER THE STORM"


wenty-eight identical boats set
sail on Sunday, April 9th in the
8th edition of the Transat
Ag2r, the transatlantic race whose
finish line is in Saint Barth. With
two people aboard each one, 27 of
the Figaro Benetteau sailboats
passed the qualification checkpoint


experienced the same damage to
their forestay which also broke off
the coast of Finisterre, in high winds
and high waves. The two sailors
were not injured, and also managed
to save their mast. They made it to
the checkpoint in time on Tuesday,
but also headed toward Vigo, after


case in this spot feared by sailors. In
fact, in a radio interview, Jean Mau-
rel noted that, "many of the teams
complained of some damage, from
torn spinnakers that needed to be
repaired as fast as possible to loose
sheets and broken halyards." Things
should improve as weather condi-
tions are expected to improve later in
the week.
The sailboats left Concarneau on
April 9 at 1:00pm and are expected
in Saint Barth, the habitual arrival
port, at the end of April. Each arrival
is met out on the water by numerous
race fans. And the main dock,
reserved for the boats in the racing
fleet, comes alive with various activ-
ities every day.

*Also called "Route du Cafe," the
Transat Jacques Vabre is another
important transatlantic race for
teams of two from Le Havre (France)
to Salvador de Bahia Hti, i:,


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by 4:00pm on Tuesday afternoon
(French time). The duo aboard "Vir-
bac-Paprec" (comprised of French-
man Jean-Pierre Dick twice the
first place winner of the Transat
Jacques Vabre*- and sixth in the last
Vend6e Globe, an around the world
race with no stops and no assis-
tance- and another experienced
French sailor, Bruno Jourdren) were
forced to abandon the race after they
broke their forestay (the cable with
connects the top of the mast to the
front of the boat) off the coast of
Finisterre. They were however able
to avoid breaking the mast itself.
But unable to make the necessary
repairs, they motored into the Bay of
Vigo, the largest port in Galicia,
Spain, to find shelter. A second duo,
that of Marine Chombart de Lauwe
and Julien Brang6 aboard "Esprit
93," had the same bad luck and


deciding to do "everything they
could to set sail again."
Tuesday afternoon, Charles Cau-
drelier and Nicolas B6renger aboard
"Bostik" were still in the lead, even
if the director of the race, Jean Mau-
rel noted, "the positions are not offi-
cial and very variable. The separa-
tions are very slightL: 20 boats with-
in 30 miles. All it would take is a
gybe after a change in wind direction
to lose seven, eight, nine or even ten
places." No matter what else hap-
pens, the debut of this Transat Ag2r
will be marked by a second night of
strong winds. Sailing with their spin-
nakers unfurled, the 28 boats in the
Transat Ag2r sailed past Cape Finis-
terre in very challenging conditions:
35 knots of north-east wind (force
8)... fortunately they were not sail-
ing against the wind, but the sea was
rough and agitated, as is often the


The duo aboard I -Paprec",
Jean-Pierre Dick and Bruno Jourdren,
were forced to abandon the race
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11th Annual Saint Barth Film Festival,

April 25-30, 2006 at AJOE


It's that time of year
again, when the island
of Saint Barth turns
into a Mecca for Caribbean
cinema. Founded in 1996,
the Saint Barth Film Festi-
val has a decidedly
Caribbean beat. "We want-
ed to bring a different kind
of film to Saint Barth,"
says Joshua Harrison, co-
directed of the festival.
This means films made by
filmmakers from through-
out the Caribbean basin or
about Caribbean themes.
Over the past decade the
festival has shown an
eclectic mix of over 60
films from a range of
Caribbean islands, includ-
ing Cuba, Guadeloupe and
Martinique, as well as
Latin American countries
that touch the Caribbean,
including Guatemala and
Colombia.

This year we have three
films from Cuba: Habana
Blues, Suite Habana, and
Viva Cuba, although once
again we have been foiled
by the attempt of bringing
Cuban filmmakers to Saint
Barth, as there are very few
flights that do not transit
via Miami or San Juan,
where Cubans of course
cannot alight. On the other
hand, we have more guests
that ever before, with a
long list of filmmakers,
actors, and even a leading
musician, Dominik Coco,
from Guadeloupe. Dominik
Coco will be featured in a
documentary about his
career, a 45-minute film
called 15 Lann6 Mizik (Fif-
teen Years of Music) by a
very talented young film-
maker, also from Guade-
loupe, Janluk Stanislas.


Music is also the focus of
Santo Domingo Blues, a
documentary about bachata
musicians by US director,
Alex Wolfe. And this year's
roster includes Pluie d'e-
spoir (Rain of Hope) by
Jaques Roc from Haiti.

Another filmmaker from
Guadeloupe, Tony Coco-
Viloin, is back for the third
consecutive year, with a
new short film called Let-
tre a Irene. This film was
shot in Guadeloupe last
February and two of the
extras are Rosemond
Gr6aux (also a festival
organizer) and his sister
Jeanne-Marie, who play
WWI soldiers from the
French West Indies (inter-
estingly their paternal
grandfather from Saint
Barth fought for the
French in WWI...). This is
the first time that "actors"
from Saint Barth appear in
one of our invited films.

There are a few other firsts
this year: the first film by a
Saint Barth-based filmmak-
er- Expedition Prototype
by Cedric Robion, a film
chronicle of the adventures
of a group of sailors/artists
from Saint Barth to Patago-
nia last year; and the first
year we have added short
films to almost every
evening program. We will
continue our films-in-the-
schools program, showing
the students a film called
Another World, by Steve
Moreau, tracing the jour-
ney of two sailors who
rowed their way across the
Atlantic in a small boat.
This is a perfect tie-in to
the Ag2r, as each class will
be following one of the


boats in that transatlantic
challenge which is sched-
uled to arrive in Saint Barth
right on the heels of the
festival.

From April 25-April 30,
every evening there will
be a film screening at
AJOE in Lorient, one of
the principal sponsors of
the festival. And every
night there will be won-
derful films to discover
(two of them even have
English sub-titles this
year!), wonderful people
to meet. Where else in the
Caribbean can you find a
cinema under the stars,
with a projectionist from
Denmark, and guests from


throughout the West
Indies, France, and the
United States? All made
possible by the municipali-
ty of Saint Barth, the
DRAC in Guadeloupe
(regional cultural affairs
office), the Regional
Council in Guadeloupe,
AJOE, and the numerous
businesses, hotels, restau-
rants, and individuals on
the island that help us
house and feed a troupe of
filmmakers. It's a unique
festival and we invite you
to be part of the fun. See
you at the movies!

Ellen Lampert-Greaux
co-director, St Barth
Film Festival


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end of the year when many
people take part in the tradi-
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celebrating Easter on the
Beach
Mondial Billes, April 19
to 22 : Wednesday to Friday
from 3pm to 7pm & saturday
from 9am to 7pm

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Papa Guyo & Tanya Michelle,
from 9 pm to midnight, La Plage
Saint Jean
- "Johnny Hoy & The Blue Fish",
(Blues, Funk, Country) 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 Every tuesday
- Stephane Cano, Bacardy caf6
Saint-Jean at 8pm
I Thursday, April 13
- Bikini coca froml2pm,
La Plage, St Jean
- Latino Evening, Ti Zouk K'f6
Gustavia
- Nadege Emmanuelian, sunset
concert from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
Gustavia
I Friday, April 14
- Darby Dizard & Chris, Blues &
Jazz Live Concert, Taino Piano
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- Balearic Aftemoon by Franky,
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- Nadege Emmanuelian, sunset
concert from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
Gustavia
I Saturday, April 15
- Darby Dizard & Chris, Blues &
Jazz Live Concert, Taino Piano
Bar, Christopher H6tel, Pointe
Milou from 7:30 pm
- Grand merchant zouk,
Ti Zouk K'f6 at 8pm
- BalearicAftemoon by Franky,
from 2 pm, La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Sunday, April 16
- "Emergency" party starting
at noon at La Plage, Saint-Jean
- Stephane Cano, sunset concert
from 5:30, Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
I Monday, April 17
- Darby Dizard & Chris, Blues &
Jazz Live Concert, Taino Piano
Bar, Christopher H6tel, Pointe
Milou from 7:30 pm
I Tuesday, April 18
- Nadege Emmanuelian, sunset
concert from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
Gustavia
I Wednesday, April 19
-Mondial Billes from 3pm to 7pm
-Nadege Emmanuelian, sunset
concert from 5:30, Carl Gustaf,
Gustavia

Let's Party
I Monday
-Monday Night Fever, 100%
disco, Ti St-Barth, Pointe Milou
- Cream evening by Mateo, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
I Tuesday
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Ti St-Barth, Pointe Milou
- "Laisse Parler les Gens",
Caribean party, by Chaya, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
I Wednesday
- Plastic Boots Party by Carole,
Ti St-Barth, Pointe Milou
- BBQ on the beach from
8 pm, Nikki Beach, St Jean
SThursday,
Angel Party, Ti St-Barth
-Hot Night, Only Girl, with sur-


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- Karaoke Party, Yacht Club

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I Every night
- Casa Nikki, mix by Jacques
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- Feeling (except tuesday), Lurin,
from 10 pm
Yacht Club, Gustavia
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I Through April 27
Jesse Chapman, at galerie
Me.di.um Gustavia.
I Through April
- Stephanie Leroux sculptures,
Carl Gustaf hotel, Gustavia
I Permanent exhibits
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
presents selection of paints, Wall
House restaurant, Gustavia
- Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Spidler, Christian Mas gallery,
Gustavia
-Zaza Noah, Tamarin, Saline
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Antoine Heckly, Made in Saint-
Barth boutique, St-Jean
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-Eve Ducharme Art Gallery,
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Me.di.um gallery, Gustavia
-Central bART Gallery, near Ti
Zouk K'f6, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I Everyday
-1:30 2 pm, Case de 'ile, Hotel
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- 9 pm, Lolita Jaca, La Scala
Restaurant, Gustavia
I From Tuesday to Sunday,
1.30pm, fashion show featuring
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11th edition

of World Book Day,

a first in Saint Barth


Initiated by UNESCO in
1995, World Book Day
marks its llth anniversary
on April 23, and will be cele-
brated for the first time in Saint
Barth this year. Launched by a
group of book lovers, and
coordinated by Didier Bensa
and Jean-Pierre Hennequet, the
local event will take place on
Sunday, April 23 from 9:00am
to 1:00pm in front of the Wall
House municipal museum.
Various activities will be held
to help promote the diffusion
of books, and encourage every-
one, and especially young peo-
ple, to enjoy the pleasures of
reading, and to salute the con-
siderable contribution that
authors make to the -i.i.ugil
process and to universal cul-
ture. There will also be a book
exchange, with books in
French and in English, organ-
ized by Carol Ann Vanginder-
tael (0690.57.75.37) and
Marie-Blanche L6d6e
(0590.27.74.19). The idea is
simple: you bring your books
on April 23 and trade- or
sell- them. If you would like
to donate your books to the
event, please call one of the
organizers before April 23 so


they can pick them up. The
Barnes Bookstores and Funny
Face will have stands with
their special choice of books.
Publisher C6cile Lucot, who
took over "Editions Latanier"
last year, will present books
from her catalogue, including
the French-English "odes" to
Saint Barth and Saint Martin
by Stanislas Defize, simply
called "History of Saint-Barth"
and "History of Saint-Martin,"
that C6cile recently re-pub-
lished. A stand for children will
include various activities
including reading of stories,
illustration of texts written by
children, word games, and the
discovery of books and writ-
ing. Painter Jean-Pierre Bal-
lagny will demonstrate how to
create the art for a cartoon. The
public will be able to fill in the
word bubbles.... The local the-
atre troupe, SB Artists, will
participate as well with the
reading of works by local
authors who are also invited to
be on hand to answer questions
that the public might ask about
the art of writing. Celebrate
Book Day in Saint Barth...
Sunday, April 23!


A motorboat sinks off

the coast of Saint Barth


he 30' boat bap-
tized "Lutteur 2"
sank on Friday,
April 7 in the early
afternoon, approximate-
ly 12 nautical miles
from the point of Gou-
verneur. The boat
belongs to Saint Barth
resident Didier Troadec,
who is also one of the
captains of the SNSM
rescue boat. He was on
the boat alone and had
gone fishing early that
morning. At the
moment of the incident,
he was on the bridge of
the boat an explosion,
and then flames from
the interior of the cabin,
where he had just start-
ed to reheat his lunch,
surprised him. Armed
with a fire extinguisher,
he tried unsuccessfully
to limit the fire. The
flames spread rapidly
-lii.'u, i .ul the cabin,
then to the rest of the
boat. He just had time to
send an SOS to the
SNSM before he had to
evacuate the boat,
which was about to
sink. Didier Troadec
had to jump into the
water to get to his life


raft as the roof of the
boat, which was also
burning by then,
blocked it. Since the
SNSM rescue boat, the
Contre-Amiral Noel,
out of service for the
past two weeks, was not
available, it took private
individuals to come to
the aid of the captain of
the "Lutteur 2."
Fr6d6ric and a crew
member, aboard Or6o,
were the first to arrive
and recover Didier
Troadec. The firemen,
and Ing6nu Magras,
president of the rescue
at sea station, also
arrived aboard
Megawatt, one of the
boats belonging to Yan-
nis Marine. The motor-
boat from the yacht,
Reverie, also helped put
out the fire, just before
watching the boat sank.
Didier Troadec was not
injured but due to
smoke inhalation, he
was taken to the local
hospital but was
released during the
afternoon. It seems as if
an explosion in the
boat's propane tank
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Cetacean Week,

April 18-25
For the past three years, the Marine Park has
wanted to organize a project dedicated to
cetaceans, and especially-but not only- the
megaptera novaeangliae, or humpback whales that
are seen in the waters around the island from Janu-
ary through June each year. Not able to present the
entire research project they had in mind, they decid-
ed to go ahead with the awareness portion of the
event. The result is "Cetacean Week," presented in
collaboration with the association, Evasion Tropi-
cale, that studies and counts cetaceans and marine
turtles in the waters of Guadeloupe. Every morning
from April 18-25, the event includes sea excursions
aboard Evasion Tropicale's 50' sailboat, Tzigane IV,
which is '-ull11.il for the watching of marine mam-
mals: a large bridge, 360" view, an outlook, direc-
tional hydrophones, camera, and video camera.
These excursions are primarily for a group of junior
high school students selected via a questionnaire
that they answered in school, as well as the elemen-
tary school students who are the winners of a design
competition. A few places are reserved for the gen-
eral public and will be given to the lucky winners of
a raffle organized on Radio Saint Barth. The boat
will be open for visits on April 24 and 25, once
again primarily for students. In addition to the
excursions, there will be an exhibit that the marine
park has organized on the ground floor of the Capi-
tainerie. Photos, informational posters, films, a
hands-on workshop, skeletons... will all be part of
the exhibit, which will allow visitors to discover the
world of the cetacean, of which there are more than
20 species living in the waters of the Caribbean.
Finally, Pierre Henri Fontaine, a Quebecois cetacean
expert and author of the book, Whales of the North
Atlantic, Biology and Ecology, will present a con-
ference on a different theme every night at 6:00pm.


our humpback whales
were seen mid-morning
on Tuesday, near the
small island of Pain de Sucre,
near Gustavia. They were first
seen behind a cruise ship just
several meters from the coast
of Anse Gascon. The marine
park staff came out to observe
these large mammals that
migrate every year from cold
waters, where they eat, to
warmer waters where they
reproduce and give birth. Seen
from January through June,
their appearance hits a high
point during the months of
March and April. The hump-
back whale belongs to the fam-
ily of finback whales that can
reach 60 feet and 40 tons. They


are known for the mating songs
sung by the males and their
jumps in the air. The four
whales observed on Tuesday
remained for several hours,
making circles in the water
between Anse Gascon and Pain
de Sucre. The marine park has
issued a reminder that it can be
dangerous to approach a whale.
In order not to upset them, and
not put yourself in danger, the
marine park has noted that all
boats should not cut in front of
them as to cut them off, or be
too close behind them. The rec-
ommended procedure is to
slow down to three knots at
least 400 meters away from
them and not go any closer
than 150 meters.


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