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2006


The Year in review


WELCOME!
The St. Barth Wee-
kly is happy to be
back for its fourth
season. The Wee-
kly is designed to
help you put your
finger on the pulse
of the local com-
munity. Featuring
an English resunm
of the top stories in
our French news-
paper, Le Journal
de Saint Barth, as
well as original
articles in English,
The St. Barth Wee-
kly is the only com-
pletely English-lan-
guage newspaper
on the island. It is
distributed on the
island every week
from November
through the end of
July. Our most
exciting news is
that each Friday,
The Weekly is also
available online at
Saint Barth Online
(www.st-
barths.com), the
wonderful web site
launched in 1996,
and now run by our
friends Bruno and
Giraldine Colletas.
Thanks to them,
you can download
every edition of
The St. Barth Wee-
kly, so that no mat-
ter where you are
in the world, you
can stay in touch
with your favorite
island.


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JANUARY 6
A DYNAMAP FOR THE HOSPITAL


FEMUR* presented the local hospital with a
multi-function Dynamap monitor. This new
high-tech apparatus can be used to check
blood pressure and pulse rate, as well as car-
diac activity and the level of oxygen in the
blood. The Dynamap represents the sixth
donation of this kind that FEMUR has made to
the Hospital de Bruyn.
*Foundation for Emergency Medical Equip-
ment


JANUARY 7
STRANGE LADIES
ON THE DANCE FLOOR


Dance aficionados were not disappointed!
When Les Ballets Grandiva opened the 22nd
edition of the Saint Barth Music Festival, they
proved to be the dark horse of the season. This
is not surprising: created ten years ago, this
New York-based company is unusual in that


all the dancers are male, and are seen in origi-
nal parodies of classical and neo-classical bal-
lets. In Saint-Barth, nine of the 19 members of
the company performed. among others,
excerpts from Spartacus, Go for Barocco, and
their own interpretation of Swan Lake.


JANUARY 15
SAINT BARTH ON THE FINISH LINE
IN DAKAR
Although other teams from the Northern
Islands have participated in the mythic Paris-
Dakar rally, Christian Laporte and his co-pilot
Olivier Lambert were the first to have arrived
at "Pink Lake" still in competition. Driving
"The Desert Moke," this duo came in 65th out
of the 68 teams that made it to the finish, out
of the more than 150 on the starting line. The
teammates achieved their goal on January 15
after 16 days of racing and "swallowing"
almost 10,000 kilometers of sand and dust.


JANUARY 30
DEATH OF OLLE NYMAN


Olle Nyman passed away in Stockholm at the
age of 84, following a cerebral hemorrhage he
had suffered five days earlier. A great friend of
Saint Barth, this Swede played a pivotal role in
the renaissance of the Swedish heritage of the
island, from the restoration of the Wall House
and the Swedish cemetery, to the Swedish
street names in Gustavia and the realization of
Swedish television programs about the island.
A few days after his death, Saint Barth paid
him a final tribute at the Swedish cemetery in
Public.


St Brdh X/elly nCl '01





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ANTIQUITIES
rare finds from asia & beyond
After more than thirty years of traveling and collecting
throughout Asia, we present a very eclectic selection of quality pieces:
furniture, Buddhas, primitive arts, Tibetan religious art, curiosities.
We welcome your visit daily (except Sunday). We can provide worldwide shipping.
Or, by appointment, we can organize a private presentation
of a large number of remarkable or exceptional pieces (museum quality).
Interior decoration projects accepted throughout the Caribbean and the Americas.
We also offer a free search service to help you locate
that very special piece you have been seeking for so long.
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Happy
New Year
to all!
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on the harbour Tel. : 05 90 52 09 01
rue Samuel Fahlberg, (opp. Sibarth)
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FEBRUARY 9
FATAL COLLISION
OF Two DINGHIES
A native of Saint Nazaire. France, 59
year-old Daniel Cousin died after his
dingh--an 8' zodiac--collided with
that of the ,acil. Day Break- a 36'
Marlin 350 piloted by one of the cap-
tains of the yacht, a 38-year old New
Zealand native. Cousin's % ilf suffered
serious injuries to one of her legs. Dur-
ing the hearing in which the captain of
Day Break was accused of involuntary
manslaughter and injury, his A.lonme\
asked for a suspended prison sentence
of one year. The verdict will be
returned on January 25, 2007.

FEBRUARY 21
SAINT BARTH PROPERTIES
JOINS SOTHEBY'S
INTERNATIONAL REALTY
Saint-Banh Properties is now associ-
ated with Sotheby's International
Realty, the real estate arm of Sothe-


by's, the oldest international auction
house, founded in 1744. This affilia-
tion concerns only the sales activities
of the Saint Barth real estate compa-
ny, which has experienced consider-
able gri ill i over the past five years.

FEBRUARY 26
FIRST SNSM RESCUE BOAT
FOR SAINT BARTH
"lI\\enl\ years after it was created, the
SNSM station in S:;ini-l.utli received
its first rescue boat, the Conlre-Ami-
ral Noel, which was previously sta-

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ioned in Saint Martin. Max Peter was
named as captain by the national
SNSM in France. Married, with two
children, Max has over 30 years of
experience at sea, as a fislkerri.n.

LATE FEBRUARY
"LES SALINES...
ONCE UPON A TIME"
The local Lions Club. with financial
help from the island's 1 tNIS(C() club,
published "Les Salines... Once Upon
A Time." IIllus-iralcd by phi r -bitli
old and new--of the Saline salt ilais.
the book recalls the period from the
mid-18th-century to the end of the
1960s when the salt flats were
exploited and salt was exported from
the island. The book was written by
Katia Berry, an Engnlih teacher at the
junior high in Saint Barth, who was
also responsible for an exhibit about
Saline held at the municipal library in
January 2000,


MARCH 10
THE CLE ANNOUNCES A TOURISM AUDIT
At the annual general assembly of the CLE (Economic Liai-
son Committee), its president Jean-Marc Gr6aux announced
the start of a far-rc.iching audit of the islindil' tourist indus-
try. Ipsos, the world's third ranking market research firm,
will run the ,,udl In a modified xcitiiin of -he i'rigin.l proj-
ect, the audit was scheduled during the summer, o ll'cling
data about current and potential visitors to lhe island. The
results will be presented during the next nlcclini of this
, ocol-pit i.l.'nlal association, in March 2007.








Le Ta Ino


Menu de la Saint-Sylvestre
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Coupe Moet et Chandon et preludes gourmands du Christopher
Coupe of Moat & Chandon Ch'impinr'e ac,'o:mpr nieid by
the Christopher's special hors d'ceu.vre;
Croustillant de foie gras au chutney de mangue
Homemade foie gras in pastry with i r:ngo chutney
M6daillon de lotte au lard r6ti, sauce gingembre
Med:llion of monkfish with roasted blcori, ginver sauce
FraTcheur creole
Malngo sherbet and rum
Grenadin de veau poel6 aux girolles, tomatoes grappe r6ties et grenailles farcies
Saute' of veal and girolles mushrooms, r:Ois'tc.l tihcrry tomatoes & stuffed
gr---ilenilles potatoes with ham & cheese
Saint-Marcellin fondant sur lit de mesclun
Melted Saint-Marcellin cheese on a h'bd of mesclun salad
Omelette norv6gienne au vieux rhum
Baked Alaska with aged rum
Cafe, infusion, mignardises et douceurs du "TaTno"
Coffee, tea, special sweets of the TaTno


prix price: 120 C par personnel per person





GASTRONOMY
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Gustavia
Au Port
B&te Z'Ailes
Carl Gustaf (Le)
Caf6 Victoire
Caviar Island
Do Brazil
Eddy's Restaurant
Jao
L'Entracte
La Cr6perie
La Gamelle
La Mandala


La Marine
La Route des Boucaniers
Ia Vella
La Saladerie
Le Sapotiller
Le Vietnam
Pipiri Palace
Repair des Rebelles
The Strand
Ti Zouk K'f
Wall House


Saint Jean
Bacardi
Eden Rock
Hideaway
Nikki Beach
la Plage
Le Jardin
Le Piment
Le Terraza
Zanzibarth


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Les Bananiers


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Vitet
Hostellerie des 3 Forces 05 90 27 61 25
Lorient
K'f Massai 05.90.29 76 78
Le Wok 0590275252
Le Portugal A St Barth 0590276859
Pointe MHou
Le Mango (HOtel Le Christopher) 05.902763 63
It Taino (H6tel Le Christopher) 05.9027 63 63
Ti St-Barth 05.90.27 97 71

Esprit Saline 05.90.52 4610
Grain de Sel 05.90.5246 05
Le Tamarin 0590277212
Pacri 05.90.29.35.63
Grand Cu de Sac
Bartolom6o (HOtel Guanahani) 05.90.2766 60
Indigo (Hotel Guanahani) 0590276660
La Gloriette (La) 05.90.27 75 66
Le Lafayette club 05 90 27 6252
Le Rivage 05.90.27 8242
Restaurant des pcheurs (HOtel Le Sereno) 05.90.29.83.00
Toiny
Le Gaiac (H6tel Le Toiny) 05.90.27 88 88
luri
Santa F6 05.90.27 6104
Pubic
Maya's 05.90.277573
Flamands
Chez Rolande 05.90.29 76 78
La Case de l'lle 05.90.27 6181
La Langouste 05.90.27.63.61
Taiwana 05.90.27 65 01
Corossel
Le R6gal 05.90.29 85 26
Anse des Cayes
Chez Ginette 05.90.27.66.11
Chez Yvon 05.90.29 86 81
Fellini Ristorante (H6tel Le Manapany) 05.90.27.66.55
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TIME OUT

WVheI to go dancing? See an art ehibit?
Listen to lve music? Time Out beeps you up to dal on local happenings. Let's party I


New Year's Eve

I New YearlsEve
Around The Island
- New Year's Eve party at
the Carl Gustaf: dinner
with party favors and
music-hall performance.
- Pink Elephant at the
Tamarin. Dinner at
8:30pm; Party after
10:30pm with DJs Nick
Walters (St Tropez) &
Jacques Dumas
Live music with the
group SBKA at Frangois
Plantation, Colombier
Gypsy Palace with fire-
works at La Plage, St
Jean
Jazzy Crooner, Cigars &
Panamas at La Marine,
Gustavia
DJ party open to all,
Caviar Island, Carrt
D'oi Gustavia


Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7:30pm-mid-
night, Bar't6, Hotel
Guanahani Grand Cul de Sac
- Black Snake Quartet, Soul
Funk Roots.. 8:30pm-mid-
night, BAZ, Gustavia
- PapaGuyo and guests at La

Special Events

I Thursday. January 4
at 6pm: Art auction,
paintings from the Saint
B'Art-La Poste competi-
tion. Paintings on exhibit
at Porta 34 A Gustavia.
Prizes for competition
winners.
I New year Eve
Regatta: More than
31 sailboats are
expected to compete
in this 11th edition.
I PinkElepbant
afternoons at the
Tamarin. Friday,
December 29 and
Wednesday, January 3,
3pm-7pm, Route de
Saline


Plage, St. Jean, through
January 7
I Every afternoon:
3pm-7pm, The Pink Elephant
After Beach Club with DJ
Jacques Dumas at Tamarin,
Route de Saline
| Every Monday:
Live music with Alan on
piano, starting at 8pm, Au
Port restaurant, Gustavia
I Every Saturday:
Stephane, Sunset Concert at
5:30pm, Hotel Carl Gustav,
) Thursday and Friday:
Alan Landry on piano, 8pm,
Le Gaiac, Hotel Le Toiny
) From Tuesday-Saturday
- Phil on piano, 7pm, Hotel
Christophe; Pointe Milou,
).From Wednesday-Friday:
- Nadfge, Sunset Concert,
5:30pm, Hotel Carl Gustav

Let's Party
) Friday. December 29
- White Party with Tanya,
PapaGuyo, Shrek, & DJ
Philippe Paris, 9pm at La
Plage Saint-Jean
) Saturday. December 30
- Beach Party, Swimsuit com-
petition at Ti Zouk K'fr, 6pm
- Piano Bar Jazz with Alan,
8pm, Caviar Island, Gustavia
- Fashion Show, Gypsy
Couture of NY, designer
Tiziano Mazzilli & Geisha
Vampire at La Plage, St Jean
) Sunday, December 31
- Creole BBQ with acoustic
music, La Marine Restaurant,

Alan Landry presents



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Monday, Musicve on
at Au Port Restaurant from 8pm
For information:
KNB Entertainment
0690612363
or 05 90 87 02 66


Gustavia
I Sunday. January 1
- Marrakech evening, mint tea
and belly dancing, Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
I Tuesday. January 2
- Pirate Night, at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Wednesday. January 3
Ti Brother Party: A bottle of
Moet & Chandon for the best
costume. Fashion show and
dancing. Ti St Barth
I Thursday. January 4
Night of the angels. Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou

Night Club
I Every evening:
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Sexy pole dancing every
night after lam, Yacht Club
I Friday and Saturday:
Freestyle mix blend by DJ
Adrian and sexy dance show,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
) Sunday. December 31
- Dance show special at Yacht
Club, Gustavia
I Monday:
- Studio 54, Casa Nikki
- Act 1: Vintage Party (disco,
soul, rock, funk) &
Psychedelic Dolls Show at
Yacht Club, Gustavia
Act 2: The Sound (house/elec-
tro house) by DJ Adrian at
Yacht Club in Gustavia
) Tuesday:
- Act 1: Caribbean Sound
mixed by DJ Adrian & Sexy
dance show at Yacht Club, -
Ad 2: The Sound (house/elec-
tro house) by DJ Adrian at
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Wednesday:
Bling Bling Please, Casa
Nikki

Exhibitions:
I December 29-January 4: St
B'Art-La Poste competition,
25 painitngs of Saint Barth,
Gallery Porta 34
I Basile, Haitian painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Two painters, Coco &
Isabelle, La Plage, Saint Jean
I Open since December 18:


spnere
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Pilates studio- mat & reformed
Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...
0590 27 93 21

) Janis Avotins, gallery
Me.di.um, Gustavia
* "Ethereal," an exhibit by
students from the New York
Academy of Art, Jane's
Gallery, Eden Rock
I Until January 7:
Group show: Earth on Fire
by Dominique Rousserie
(paintings), Raimundo
Figueroa (paintings), Lucio
Salvatore (photos), to b.art
Gallery, Carre d'Oz Gustavia
) Permanent exhibits:
- Michelle Marie paintings) ,
H6tel Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
- Philippe Defruit (sculp-
tures), H6tel Carl Gustaf,
- Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
- Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
- Antoine Heckly, Galerie
Indochine, Gustavia
- Wall House restaurant: Eve
Ducharme Art Gallery pres-
ents a selection of contempo-
rary painters
I Art Galleries
- Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
(appointment only), Toiny
- To-bart galerie, Gustavia
- Medium galerie, Gustavia
- Didier Spindler galerie,
Gustavia
- Central b.ART Galerie,
Petite Saline
- Pipiri Boutique, Gustavia

Fashion shows:
P Everyday
- 1:30-2pm: Hotel Isle de
France boutique, Flamands
- 3:30-7:30: Geisha Vampire,
La Plage, Saint Jean
I Saturday. December 3
- Swimsuit show by the bou-
tique Mouvance at Ti Zouk
K'F6, Gustavia




























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APRIL 1 APRIL 9
No WINNER FOR THE BUCKET! AG2R, NUMBER EIGHT!

I carneauc Bought by Pen Duick, the race began in a new
Sport for the first time, as the starting line was moved from
THEarneu Bugt bBSy Pen [TOick, h raOeN bEegn inRaLn
I i i Lorient to Concameau. Another important change was the
S, itinerary: this edition of the ag2r sailed straight to Saint
4 Barth, just passing a buoy at Madeira, rather then spending
r a few days there as in past years, before crossing the
AAtlantic. The 28 two-person teams participating included a
S- number of "around-the-world" sailors.

Thirty boats were expected, and they all came: from the A. yp
smallest, Mariella at 80' to the largest, the 178' Parsifal IH. -
They were all ready to race to the finish and try and have
their name inscribed on the "Bucket" trophy that records
the winners of this informal, invitational regatta that attracts .
some of the world's most spectacular sailboats. But no one
was to enjoy the taste of victory: Aeolus, the god of winds,
did not smile on the Ilth edition of the Saint Barth Bucket,
forcing the organizers to cancel all three days of racing.
With no official winner, the race was dedicated to Tommy
Taylor, the owner of Avalon and co-founder of the Nantuck-
et Bucket. He had been killed in a tragic snowmobile acci-
dent last February.

THE BEST WAY TO BE CONNECTED APRIL 10
Centre @ iz AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN
Centre @nzeS THE NORTHERN ISLANDS
since 1997 An agreement signed by the directors of various island elec-
tric companies, including GEBE for Sint Maarten, EDF for
Cyber caf 1 Saint Martin and Saint Barth, and ANGLEC for Anguilla.
SFX SS adds up to a "Memorandum of Understanding" which out-
INTER T P E lines a project to connect the islands via an underground
Monday to Saturday (non stop) cable. The idea is to connect the electrical systems of the
8.30 am 7.30 pm three islands with an eye to reducing power outages and
increasing energy autonomy. In fact, this agreement marks
Sunday & holidays the first phase of a study by a JDA (Joint Development
3.00 pm 7.30 pm Agreement), and a financial partnership that should allow
work on the project to begin sometime in 2007, with service
CELLULAR RENTAL LAPTOP RENTAL beginning in 2008. However, when the municipal council of
PUBLIC PHONE PREPAID PHONE CARD Saint Barth met in December 2006, its members rejected
COPIES WEBCAM TCHAT SCAN this interconnectivity concept, which remains tabled for the
SEND & RECEIVE FAX time being.

U-
. 14 KILOS OF COCAINE FOUND OFF
C 9ZOF SwAINT BARTH
r Fourteen kilos of cocaine were pulled out of the water by a
Centre iz boater who was navigating around Saint Barth. The drug
I W has been placed in packets of two kilos each. At about the
same time, similar bundles of 20 kilos each were found in
the seas near Guadeloupe and the national police do not
exclude the possibility that they were all part of the same
delivery.


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Tel : 05 90 29 89 89 Fax: 05 90 29 81 o1


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MAYA' S

TO GO

New Year Eve Menu

To order you can fax or email us at the latest the 30th.


Salmon marinated in Blood Orange Juice
Roasted Shrimp with Kadadf (very fine spaghetti like pastry)
Oyster Gratin
Foie Gras Terrine with Mango and Passion fruit
Ballotin of Foie Gras with White Porto
Foie Gras with Truffle
Roasted Beets Salad
Salad of Portobello, Mozarella and Grilled Vegetables
Asparagus with Truffle Oil


E 70.00/1 Og
C 4.50/piece
c 2.50/piece
S15.00i100Og
15.00/100g
" 26.001 lOOg
S26.00/100g
" 35.00/100g
" 50.O0/lOOg
e 6.50/100g


Caviar


Grilled Leg of Lamb with Thyme
Confit Half Pigeon with Spinach in Pastilla
Duck Breast with Honey, Pear and Gingerbread Flan
Sea Scallops with Black Truffle, Endives with Bacon
Langouste Fricassee with Creole Sauce
Whole Tuna Filet with Mint and Coriander
Christophine stuffed with Crab
Caramelized Salsify with Veal Sauce
Crispy Risotto with Fevette and Tevisse
Roasted Potatoes
Yellow and Green Zucchini with Parsley and Garlic


9.00/100g
E 13.00/piece
8.00/ 10Og
e 10.50i100g
80.00110Og
6 6.00/100g
e 4.00!piece
5.00/10Og
e 4.00/100g
3.00/100g
S4.00/!ooog


NEW YEAR EVE DESSERT 2006


~ Truffles Le sachet de 220g E 13.00
Bounty (coco). Muscadine, Passion caramel
- Mignardises La piece 1.90
Tarteletes aux fruits rouges. Mini 6clairs, Tarte nougatine sesame et ganache chocolate.
Panacotta aux framboises, Snobinettes croustillant chocolate, Mini verrines,
Mini moelleux, Macarons
Open Monday January 1st 7am to 7pm

Fax: 05 90 52 41 27 mayastogo@wanadoo.fr





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The Scavia World


Established in 1923 as
a small gildknilith's
workshop in Milan,
Scavia gradually grew over
ilie years to assume inter-
national leadership in the
world of fine jewelry. Over
almost a century, tradition,
passion and aesthetic
research were cultivated
and developed in the name
of a profound culture of
beauty. This, essentially, is
Scavia's story.
Eighty years immersed in
the lifestyle and Italian
style of the ~rwnlieih cen-
tury, touching on the lives
of the men and women
who made the firm what it
is: Domenico, Sara. and
Fulvio Maria Scavia. Lives
spent in creating, day after
day, the history of a firm
defined by superior skills
and outstanding style.


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The intensity of a sentiment enclosed in the purity
of a diamond. Winner f the 1968 Diamond Today Award


Today, Scavia is part of a
large family of Italian luxu-
ry, a group composed of
three distinct brands: from
the origin;il brand which
has become an undisputed


s li ,l n1 for the finest jew-
elry to 10 SI Scavia and
Scavia Accessories. Each
offers an interpretation of
Scavia's unmistakable
s,,I le. first in inlf'rmal,
everyday contexts; second
in a very personal concept
of clcg.iicc expressed
through a collection of ele-
gant accessories.

Fu io Maria Scav
Fulvio Maria Scavia
dleian, and makes
extraordinary jewelry, true
masterpieces that tran-
scend time. He has suc-
ceeded in combining
design research applied to
the ancient art of jewelry
i.ikinii with his knowl-
edge and study of the
rarest of gems, which he
conducted in the places
where the) eiergLe from
Ilhe depths of the earth. A
science journalist,
renowned gemologist and
a member of the Gemolog-
ical Association of Great
Britain, he has the gift of
pt'rceiing in a rough dia-
mond the future jewel that
his creative soul has
already virtually designed
and executed.


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Advertorial
Aads
Its very unique study of new
aesthetic and compositional
value applied t finejeweby
has brought international
success and acclaim to Scavia.
1969: % hen only 19, Fulvio
Maria Scavia won the Dia-
monds Toda) Award for his
Cobra ring
1976: Diamonds Internatio-
nal Award (DIA) for the
Cones ring
1978: Super prize on the 25b
anniversary of ihe DlA for
The Super Oscar necklace
1984: Diamonds Internatio-
nal Award for the Horn
necklace
1986: DIA Award for the
DIA'86 ring
1988: Both the Sandra ear-
rings and the Drops ear-
rings won the DIA Award
1990. Diamonds Internatio-
nal Award for the Liselott
bracelet and the Antares
necklace
1992: Platinum International
Award for the Ocean ring
1994: Another double vic-
tory a the DIA for the
DIA'94 necklace and ring
1996: Diamonds Internatio-
nal Award for the DIA '96
bracelet and necklace
1999: GIE Tahitian Pearl
Trophy: 1st award of the
Italian selection for the
Queens Parure
2000. Yet another award
for Sca ia: DIA for the
Millennium ring

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After 19 days, 22 hours, 24 minutes,
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Transat ag2r at 5:57:30am, local time.
The heros, Kito de Pavant and Pietro
d'Ali, battled to the very end, yet vic-
tory was theirs after a transatlantic
sprint in the company of Dominic Vit-
tet and Lionel Lemonchois (Lemon-
chois would go on to win the Route du
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MAY 5
THEATRE FESTIVAL,
NUMBER FIVE!
Five productions for the fifth year
of the Theatre Festival, held in the
reception hall at the new Capi-
tainerie. In addition to the actors
from the local troupe, SB Artists,
the festival's special guests includ-
ed four actresses, each of which
presented work they had created
themselves. Marianne Sergent
opened the festival with her per-
formance, Bon Cap, created in
1999. Another guest star, Cl6-
mence Massar, presented her latest
work, La Vieille au Bois Dormant.
Next up were the two actresses of
the Alod Theatre company in their
"Cabaret M6tisse," paving the way
for the actors of SB Artists to trod
the boards with their versions of
La Nuit de Valogne by Eric
Emmanuel-Schmidt and Ubu Roi
by Alfred Jarry.


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MID-MAY
THE DGSE LEAVES
SAINT-BARTH
Installed at Fort Oscar, overlooking
the Port of Gustavia, for over 30
years, the listening station for the
DGSE (General Direction For
French Exterior Security and
Counter Espionage) closed its doors.
The only French listening station in
the Caribbean, the Saint Barth
branch of the DGSE had been creat-
ed at the height of the cold war when
there was a Soviet presence in Cuba.
Alexandre de Marenches, former
director of "La Piscine" (the nick-
name given to the French Secret Ser-
vice headquarters located at 141
boulevard Mortier. Paris 20k, based
on its proximity to the Tourelles
swimming pool), instituted the
antenna in Saint Barth. The build-
ings at the fort now serve as head-
quarters for the Saint Barth Gen-
darmerie, which moved there last
November.


MAY 20
MONTSERRAT BLOWS ITS STACK


Storm clouds gathered over
the top of the Soufriere Hills
volcano in Montserrat, sig-
naling the collapse of its
lava dome in a big explosion
that sent gas and cinders fly-
ing as high as 55,000 feet
into the sky. Linked to this
volcanic activity was a very


minor tsunami observed
along the Caribbean coast-
line of Guadeloupe, close to
Deshaies and Terre-de-Bas.
The ocean swept back
approximately 40 feet and
crashed back against the
shore with waves as high as
three feet.


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1- Traditional music
evening with the group
SBKA at FranCois
Plantation
2- Tanya Michelle,
PapaGuyo & Shrek
every evening at La Plage
3- Rounded sculptures
in textured concrete
by Philippe Defruit
on exhibit in the bar at
the Carl Gustaf Hotel


4- Sophie Oliveaud (underwater iamges) and
Hillne Bernier at the opening of their photo exhi-
bit on Friday, December 22 at Porta 34 gallery


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MAY 23
DIDIER BENSA, NEW PRESIDENT
OF THE RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION
Didier Bensa. hotelier/
restaurateur, and owner of
the Christopher Hotel.
was elected president of
the Restaurant Association
of Saint-Barth61lemy. He
replaced Olivier
Bemasconi who took the
reins of the association
from Maya Gurley a few
months earlier

MAY 30
FRANCOIS BARoIN
VISITS THE NORTHERN ISLANDS
It was just a quick visit one morning only- for the
French Overseas Minister in Saint Barth. The only ques-
tion left unanswered was the date of the parliamentary
vote for the new status of the island. Yet Frangois Baroin
remained positive. In his speech before the municipal
council, he indicated that the new Overseas Collectivity
(COM) "should be put in place by early 2007," and that
"a first examination by the Senate should take place in the
summer." It actually didn't happen until late October.


HEAVY METAL REMOVED
During the Pentecostal weekend, the heap of scrap metal-
totaling 838 tons-was removed, totally eliminating the
backlog at the trash treatment center in Public. Of the 838
tons, 444
consisted of
ferrous slag
created by
incineration,
and which
had not been
removed
since the new
incinerator
had opened
in 2002.


JUNE 14
SAINTE MARIE REACHES 80
The Ecole Sainte Marie in Colombier celebrated its 80th
anniversary. Created by Dutch priest Irn6e de Bruyn (who
also created the local hospital), this was island's very first
educational establishment. The school opened its doors in
1926 after five years of construction.


JULY
DANGUE FEVER IN SAINT BARTH
Aedes aegypti, commonly known as the yellow fever mos-
quito, brought dengue fever to Saint Barth, where an epi-
demic was declared as of late June. A total of 112 cases of
the disease had been confirmed between the beginning of
the year and September. In an attempt to stem the tide, addi-
tional anti-mosquito treatment was done near the home of
each confirmed case, with a series of insecticide sprayings
across the entire island. But it didn't seem to help much: in
late December, five months after the epidemic crisis began,
the bothersome Aedes Aegypti is still present and the island
is still classified in an epidemic situation (visitors should
protect themselves with bug repellant!).

MID-JULY
BANK CARD SCAM
Between 100 and 200 residents of the island were caught in
the net of a widespread bankcard scam that must have cost
the banks somewhere from 50,000 to 70,000 euros. The per-
petrator(s) must have been present in Saint Barth and found
a way to capture vital information from bankcards when
they were used in one of the island's ATM machines. Inves-
tigators lean toward the possibility of a false facade glued on
the part of the machine that 'swallows' the cards.


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CATHOLIC CHURCH IN GUSTAVIA
REOPENS ITs DOORS
A nine-month
gestation period:
that's how long it
to for local con- ,t
struction compa-
nies to complete
the renovation of
the Catholic
Church in Gus-
tavia. It was con-
secrated on Sun-
day, August 20 4
by the bishop of
Guadeloupe. This major renovation was required due to the
deterioration of the roof caused by termites and damage
from hurricanes Jos6 and Lenny in 1999. The work cost
approximately one million euros including the rebuilding
of the original timber framework of the roof, eaten by ter-
mites and eroded by lime, and an external covering of
wooden shingles as were on the church when it was first
built. On the interior, the nave was also renovated with an
eye to the needs of modern-day liturgy. (Photo :
corossol.info)

AuGUST 24
LAST MUNICIPAL CELEBRATION ?
Cancelled in 2005 in solidarity for the Martinique-based
families of the victims of a West Caribbean airline crash,
the festival of Saint Barth6lemy-even more popular here
than Bastille Day- was a huge success in 2006. In the
past, this saint's day celebration gave the mayor a chance to
address the municipal activities of the past year. But in
2006, the speeches took on the air of a political campaign,
outlining the future challenges faced by the elected officials
of the new Overseas Collectivity, which should have
replaced the municipality by August 2007.


SEPTEMBER 15
THE ACCUSED FOUND GUILTY
Accused in the lawsuit concerning the March 24, 2001
crash of Air CaraYbes flight TX1501 behind a house in Pub-
lic, causing a total of 20 deaths, both Richard Degryse,
general director of Air Carafbes, and the airline itself were
found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by the court in
Guadeloupe after a deliberation of two and a half months.
The 51-page judgment condemns Richard Degryse to a one
year suspended prison sentence and a two-year interdiction
to exercise any professional activity in the airline business.
Air Carafbes caught a heavy fine of 250,000 euros, and
excerpts from the judgment were published in two French
daily newspapers. This fine is higher than the minimum of
100,000 euros for such cases. The accused have appealed
the decision.


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PLEASE RESPECT THE RULES
NOTICE TO CLIENTS OF THE PORT OF GUSTAVIA:
For the security of our clients, there are certain practi-
ces that should be respected in order to avoid serious
accidents:
- It is considered very dangerous to drop passengers
off from dinghies at the beaches of Saline, Gouverneur,
and Flamands.
- Anchoring in the bay of Saint Jean is limited. Ancho-
ring in the same axis as the airport is strictly forbidden
at all times.
- The use of jet skis and scooters is forbidden within
300 meters (1000 feet) of the beach and coastline, as
well as within all zones of the Marine Park.
- Maneuvering dinghies in the various bays around the
island should be done carefully and in consideration of
the swimmers.
- The shooting of distress flares, fireworks, and any
other materials that might cause a fire is forbidden
throughout the entire harbor area. The zone around
the commercial dock is especially sensitive due to the
stocking of combustible fuel.
- All anchoring is forbidden in the access channel to
the port, at night and during the day.
- Please respect the speed limit of 3 knots when ente-
ring the port, and listen carefully to channel VHF 16
for security messages
- The port office can be reached on VHF Channel 12,
every day from 7am to 6pm.

POuCE ADVISORY
During the New Year's festivities, the Municipal Police
Force reminds residents and guests of a few elemen-
tary rules and recommendations when driving around
the island:
1. The streets in Gustavia must remain clear at all
times to allow the passage of ambulances, police cars,
and fire trucks; especially critical is access to the hos-
pital, and the road out of Gustavia towards the air-
port.
2. Drivers are strongly advised that when leaving Gusta-
via to take Rue August Nymann (the upper road, also
known as 'Rue du Calvaire') in the direction of the air-
port, or to take the road to Lurin (past the Carl Gustav).
3. While parking, please be considerate of other dri-
vers and be sure to leave clearance for police cars,
ambulances, and fire trucks. Parking is prohibited at
certain intersections and along sidewalks in order to
facilitate traffic flow.
4. Please avoid parking in a manner that blocks the
main road in Saint Jean, from the airport in the direc-
tion of Villa Creole, Centre Neptune, and Lorient
Ambulances, police cars, and fire trucks must have
clear access along this route at all times.

PRACTICAL ADVICE:
Enjoy the festivities and have fun at parties, but please
appoint a designated driver to remain sober.
We count on the your good citizenship and common
sense in respecting these few simple rules.
Thank you for not spoiling the festivities by irresponsi-
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SEPTEMBER 29
A MUNICIPAL SERVICE STATION?
Due to red ink, the service station that provided fuel at
the dock in Saint Barth has been closed for several
years. That situation might change in the next few
months after the municipal council seriously debated
the possibility that the municipality itself undertake the
fuel service for the port.



OCTOBER 23
NEW OWNERS FOR ST. BARTHS ONLINE
St. Barths Online, the most popular tourist-oriented website
about Saint Barth, changes hands. After ten years of devel-
oping the site, co-founders Laurence and Peter O'Keefe,
passed the baton to Gdraldine and Bruno Colletas, a globe-
trotting couple who fell in love with the island, and plan to
follow in the footsteps of the O'Keefe's success.

OCTOBER 9
FRIENDS OF SBH AID THE FIREMEN


Digital pulse and blood pressure monitors arm and wrist
models -an advanced CPR training mannequin, a profes-
sional automatic external defibrillator, and three resuscita-
tors with oxygen supplies. All these items were purchased
using the nearly $8,000 collected by the non-profit associa-
tion, Friends of SBH. The funds were donated to the local
fire and rescue association, the Sapeurs Pompiers, which
placed the order for this emergency gear last summer. Tim
Thornton, co-founder and representative of this unusual
American association, whose members know each other
primarily via the Internet SBHOnline.com, officially pre-
sented the equipment to the fire station.

OCTOBER 25
A NEW GROUP Is BORN
It was during a municipal council meeting that the existence
of "Groupement," a joint group of three socio-professional
associations: hotels, restaurants, and businesses, was made
public. At this time, the municipal council gave the group
the use of an eight sq. meter office next to the municipal


OCTOBER 24
JULIANA OPENS NEW TERMINAL TODAY
The new terminal at Princess Juliana Airport in Sint
Maarten is operational. A soft opening was held the
Thursday before with the arrival and take-off of an
American Eagle flight. The official inauguration was
held on November 10, with Queen Beatrix of Holland
in attendance. More than 90 million dollars were invest-
ed in this major project, which also required adjacent
work such the improvement of the infrastructure of
nearby roads and a large parking area. The new airport
can handle up to 2.5 million passengers per year, or one
million more than the former terminal could handle...


tourist office in Gustavia. Their goal is to "collaborate better
in the organization of complementary activities." Their first
action is a prospecting trip to Brazil, where the presidents of
the three associations will meet with various tour operators,
travel agencies, and journalists.

OCTOBER 26
NEW DONATION By FEMUR
To THE HOSPITAL
A portable can for the Titan ultrasound machine that the
hospital has had for the past two years, and a monitoring
system for pregnant women: these are the most recent
pieces of equipment financed by FEMUR (Foundation For
Emergency Medical Equipment) and donated to the emer-
gency service at the Hospital de Bruyn in Gustavia. This
equipment was presented to the medical staff and hospital
director, Pierre Nuty, by a delegation from FEMUR, led
by its president, Joe Felix.

OCTOBER 31
SENATE APPROVES POLITICAL PROJECT
The French Senate easily passed the two parts of the proj-
ect concerning the political evolution of its overseas pos-
sessions and specifically Saint Barth, which in a referen-
dum in 2003 voted overwhelmingly to seek to put an end
to its status as a community in Guadeloupe and to become
a more autonomous Overseas Collectivity (COM). Now
it's the turn for the members of the French National
Assembly to weigh in. A public review is expected in late
January, after a review by the Commission for Constitu-
tional Law, Legislation, and General Administration, the
date of which is scheduled for January 17, 2007.


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NOVEMBER 1
EXCELLENCE III, FIRST MOTOR YACHT
OF THE SEASON
Pulling into port for just a few days, Excellence III was
the first mega yacht to make its presence known this sea-
son. A popular charter boat in the Mediterranean during
the summer, Excellence III winters regularly in the Port of
Gustavia.

NOVEMBER 13
NOSE CONE FOUND "
AT ANSE MARfCHAL
It really was the nose cone
of a missile that was found
near Anse Mar6chal in Saint
Barth! According to the pre-
fecture in Martinique, this
military object belongs to
the US Navy SSPO (Strate-
gic System Project Office)
and was built by Lockheed
Missile & Space Company.
as indicated by the tags on the exterior and interior of the
nose cone. "This material most likely comes from an
unarmed ballistic missile. probably used in under-water
testing," indicated the prefect, who pointed out that there
is nothing out of the ordinary about this type of testing.

NOVEMBER 28
WORLD'S BIGGEST BOATS
November 28 will go down in the annals of the island
as the day when two of the world's biggest yachts
appeared in the harbor outside of Gustavia. Due to
their large size, neither one of these exceptional boats
can anchor at the docks, which accept boats up to 60
meters, or "Saint Barth Size." On one side of the har-
bor was Rising Sun, the 453-foot luxury motor yacht
built by Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle Corporation, and
on the other side, the Perini Navi "clipper yacht" Mal-
tese Falcon, owned by Tom Perkins (a pioneer of Sili-
con Valley). At 289 feet, Maltese Falcon is currently
the longest privately owned sailboat in the world, sur-
passing the 245 foot Mirabelle, prior holder of that
title, by 43 feet.


NOVEMBER 17
SWEDISH/SAINT BARTH ASSOCIATIONS
TOGETHER FOR FIRST TIME
A cocktail party organized in honor of the Gustavialoppet
marked the first occasion when representatives of the
three Saint Barth Sweden friendship associations were
all together in the same place. The Gustavialopppet is an
annual marathon that celebrates the ongoing friendship
between Saint Barth and Sweden in light of the island's
Swedish heritage.

NOVEMBER 21
TRAGIC DROWNING
Chances are slim to ever find Alex Porsant, a 50 year-old
man from Martinique, whose fishing boat sank during the
night of Tuesday, November 21 to Wednesday, November
22. But since his body was never recovered, he remains on
the list of those missing at sea. Jean Eliska, a 40-year-old
Haitian, was luckier: after floating at sea for 36 hours, he
was rescued by a rental sailboat leaving the bay of Colom-
bier. Exhausted and dehydrated from hanging onto an ice
chest, he was lucky enough to have the strength to swim
close enough to be boat for rescue. The sailboat took him
to the Port of Gustavia, and he was then taken directly to
the Hospital de Bruyn.



DECEMBER
MODE IN ST BARTH,
NUMBER TWO!
Lolita Jaca was the first to
strut down the runway dur-
ing the second annual edi-
tion of Mode In St Barth,
three days dedicated to fash-
ion. The fashion shows were
held at Nikki Beach in the
early afternoon and in late
afternoon on the main dock
in Gustavia, which was
transformed for the event.
Collections were presented
by Renato Nucci, as well as by the celebrated boutique,
St6phane & Bernard, the pioneers of high fashion and
ready-to-wear couture in Saint Barth.

DECEMBER 4
DEATH OF SONY BRIN
Eyes were teary in the overflow crowd at the Catholic
Church in Gustavia for the funeral of Sony Brin, the
fourth deputy mayor, who was found dead at his home in
Gouverneur. In addition to the municipal council, guests
at the funeral included a delegation from Saint Martin
that came to pay a final tribute to a man who was a polit-
ical figure in Saint Barth for over 30 years. He was 52
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EASYCRUISE ONE, A FIRST
The cruise ship, easyCruise One, made its first stop in
Saint Barth for the 2006/2007 season. The inaugural
cruise for a new Caribbean itinerary attracted 80 passen-
gers who were welcomed aboard by Stelios Haji-Ioannou,
the founder of the easy Group, who created the low-price
easyJet company ten years ago.


DECEMBER 17
ANGLICANS AND CATHOLICS
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For the third year in a row, the island's Anglicans and
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year, the Catholic choirs and the Anglican Chorale de
Bons Chceurs, sang together as one chorus, as part of this
special service that celebrated "unity through diversity."
NEW YEAR'S EVE REGATTA
THIRTY BOATS EXPECTED
Launched in 1995, the annual New Year's Eve
Regatta is a nautical parade around the island for
sailboats of all sizes. This year a flotilla of 30 boats is
expected to participate, from 21' to over 100' -
including Zingaro, Equus, Mischievous, Gitana,
Triumph, Van Ki Pass, Vivid, Speedy Nemo, Tiera,
and perhaps Visione, holder of the fastest time in the
race. A surprise guest may be Guadeloupe-based sai-
lor, Claude Thelier, aboard the high-tech trimaran,
Region Guadeloupe, which took part in the last La
Route du Rhum. The staggered starts begin at 10am
on December 31 in the waters offCorossol. The
awards ceremony will be on the main dock at 5pm
the same day. A must-see!


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Airlines company Winair 05 90 27
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EDE (electricity company office) 059029
Water system 05 90 27
Post office Gustavia 05 90 27
Marine Reserve 069031
Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Lorient 05 90 27
Anglican church Sunday 9am. 05 90 29
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Real Estate
Leaving St Barth
Stunning oceanfrnt luxury vil-
la, available for purchase or
weekly rental. Also available
3000 m2 hillside land, with per-
mit, expansive ocean view visit
us now www.stbarthvilla.com
or call today 610.775.1553

For sale, a very pretty apartment
of 150m2, garage, private
swimming pool, 2 bedrooms
and equipped kitchen. Beauti-
ful and quality decor with a fan-
tastic view of Gustavia. This
property must be seen.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International Realty"
:0590 29 75 05

For sale, a completely renovat-
ed apartment of 120m2. Locat-
ed in Marigot, 2 bedrooms, ter-
race, patio etc.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International Realty"
: 0590 29 75 05

For sale, pretty creole house on
166md of land. Consisting of
one bedroom, one bathroom, an
office and an American exterior
kitchen opening onto a deck
with jacuzzi.
Contact: "St Barth Properties
Sotherby's International Real-
ty": 0590 29 75 05

Property in Devet (panoramic
view between Toiny and Petit
Cul de Sac, villa with 3 Bed, 2
Bath on 1/3 of acre 1,260,000
curos. Contact CMI
05 90. 27.80.88

Appartment in Saint Jean Sea
view, fully equipped 750,000
eros. Contact CMI:
05 90. 27.80.88

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I REAL ESTATE
Uk Charming property nested in a lush
tropical garden, situated bout 2mn from
the beck Local archleture mixing exotk
wood, carved stone and concrete. odern
in its conception the vilb xcludes two bed-
rooms, living room kitchen and decks.
Price: 975 000.
LOF: Luxurious penthouse located in St
Jean 2 minutes frm the beach Incding
a large bedroom and its own bathroom,
downstairs living rom wth kitchen iclud-
ing morning and afternoon tea terraces
Tastefully furnished with unique pieces.
Striking viewoverthe bay. 1190000.
Tel.: 05 90 29 88 91
www.sibarlh.com

Little gem hidden in tropical
garden 3 "cases" St Bart's style
deck, traces, great professional
kitchen. Potential for 3rd bun-
galow and/or pool. 950.000
euros Ref 06.264 Les Vents
Aliz6s T61. : 0590 27 78 70
michele.alizes@wanadoo.fr

Spacious duplex in Marigot 2
bedrooms / 2 baths, balcony,
Jacuzzi in Tropical patio.
680.000 euros. Ref agency
06.258. Les Vents Alizs T61.:
0590 27 78 70
michele.alizes@wanadoo.fr

Land
Land in Flamand, surface 1/3 of
acre with viability (power,
water, tel) 1,050,000 euros.
Contact CMI 05 90. 27.80.88


St Barth WEEKLY
Pblished by "Ie Jomnol d SeM-Btwrtk" issmirwo8
Ph.: 05.90.27.65.19 Fca: 05.90.27.91.60
email: stbarthweekly@wenodoo.fr www.journaldesaintbarth.iom
Director & layout: Avig Hoddod
(hi Editor: ierrette Guiroute,
Translation : Ellen Lompert Greaux,
Photogirphe: Rosemond Greux
Impression: Daily Heald
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