Title: St Barth weekly
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00095773/00083
 Material Information
Title: St Barth weekly
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: March 28, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00095773
Volume ID: VID00083
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.


This item has the following downloads:

00003-28-2008 ( PDF )

Full Text
00 Local News
in English


S. .........I
8 i

On view at Gallery Porta 34 in Gustavia through April 4 is a special ceramic tile created by artist
VWronique VanderNoot, for the 2008 edition of the Bucket.

he 13th edition of the Saint Barth
Bucket takes place this weekend-
March 28-30-with another flotilla
of fabulous sailboats, from the smallest,
Wild Horses at 76', to the 163' Perseus,
one of the four Perini Navi yachts in the
race. By mid-week, the mega-motor-
yachts usually anchored at the main docks
in Gustavia had ceded their berths to the
fleet of 29 sailboats taking part in this
year's Bucket, which kicked off with the
captains' briefing at 5pm on Thursday.
Later that day, a welcome cocktail was
held for the owners and participants of the

Around The Island
On Friday
All of the boats were ready to go by
9 'i .m i on Friday, as they headed to the
starting line for first race in the waters off
Corossol for an around-the-island regatta
in a counter-clockwise direction. The
staggered starts began at 11am with all

boats expected back to the dock before
5pm. On Saturday, March 29, the second
race follows an Olympic triangular course
around the little islands to the north of
Saint Barth. The final race on Sunday,
March 30, is a clockwise tour around the
island. The starts are staggered based on
the handicaps given to the boats, the
heaviest-therefore the slowest-go first;
the fastest ones go last.
As far as the weather is concerned, the
website Wind Guru predicts winds from
the East-Northeast at 25 to 30 knots over
the three days of the race with swells
from the North expected to create waves
up to nine feet on Friday, with seas a little
calmer on Saturday and Sunday.
Thanks to the hard work of race organiz-
ers Melanie Smith, Hank Halsted, Tim
Laughridge, and Ian Craddock, in collab-
oration with the Saint Barth Yacht Club,
the Collectivity of Saint-Barth, and the
Port of Gustavia, this event has become
one of the top nautical events of the year
in Saint Barth.

A Charitable Regatta
Every year the organizers donate between 3,000 TICKET
and 7,000 euros to the Saint Barth Yacht Club to
help the development of sailing in Saint TheSt. Ba
Barthdlemy. This year, they will also make a will auctio
donation to the SNSM rescue station, whose this Satur
new boat will provide safety services during the St. Barths
Bucket. In collaboration with other partners, tion will ta
they will also organize a collection of funds on the doc
from the participants of the Bucket. These 1-4:30 an
monies will be donated to FEMUR, (Saint Allprocee
Barth's Foundation for Emergency Medical FEMUR,
Equipment), which is marking its 25th anniver- purchases
sary in 2008. the hospit

rths Bucket committee
n off 2 sets of tickets to
day's owners party of the
Bucket The silent auc-
ike place under the tents
k this Thursday from
d Friday 3 to 7 pm.
ds of the auction will go to
the local charity which
medical equipment for

List of Entries
* Altair (Fife) 125'
* Andromeda La Dea
(Perini Navi) 154'
* Antara (Perini Navi)
154' *Avalon (Southern
Pacific Yachts) 108'
* Axia (S & S) 124'
* Cyclos III (Royal Huis-
man) 139' Freedom
(Picciotti) 124' Gliss
(Royal Huisman) 105'
* Helios (Perini Navi) 148'
* Hyperion (Royal Huis-
man) 156' Kaori (Pal-
mer Johnson) 118'
* Leopard 3 (Farr Design)
100' *Mystere(Vitters
Shipyard) 145' Paraiso
(Alloy Yachts) 108'
* Patient Falcon (Able
Marine) 93' Perseus
(Perini Navi) 163' Ran-
ger (J Boat) 137'
* Rebecca (Pendennis)
141' Salperton (Dubois/
Fitzroy Yachts) 144' Sea
Quell (Alloy Yachts) 112'
* Sojana (Custom Farr
Ketch) 115' Symmetry
(Yachting Development)
96' Tenacious (Trident
Shipworks) 115' Visione
(Baltic) 148' Whitehawk
(O. Lie Nielson) 105'
* Wild Horses (Brooklin
Boat Yard) 76' Wind-
crest (Hodgdon Yachts)
98' Windrose (Holland
Jachtbouw) 152' *
Zanzibar (Treahard) 103'

St Barth Weekly n0145

"...We could as
well be in Paris, A
New York, or
London, but we
prefer to be
here!" After
more than
thirty years tra-
velling all around Asia, and the
world, Jean-Pierre Hennequet has
opened his second "GalerieAsie"
in Gustavia, St-Barths, at the back
of the harbour. His first one was
opened on Paris'left bank in the
mid-seventies, after he visited
China as early as 1972.
In Galerie Asie, some visitors feel


like being in a
Museum, disco-
vering a very
personal and
eclectic choice,
ranging from
Papua New
Guinea to
Tibetan religious pieces. Jean-
Pierre also shows an impressive
selection of Khmer sand-stone
sculptures, and many smaller
objects from almost every single
asian country. As well as a few truly
exceptional "Museum pieces",
including some from...Africa!
A"must see" when on St-Barths...




TEL. 0590 52 09 01 FAX 0590 52 07 21 CELL 0690 400 195
E-MAIL galasie@wanadoo.fr


*^Three days

of racing

FRIDAY, March 28th *
11 am: First Gun / First Race: "Around the
Island Race" Course
Leaving Les Saintes to PORT, head SOUTH
around the Island, leaving:
Ile Coco to PORT
Roches Rouges to PORT
Les Grenadiers to PORT
Ile Chevreau to PORT leaving Ile Fregate
Pass Ile Fourche to PORT
To FINISH passing Le Boeuf either side.

SATURDAY, March 29th *
11 am: First Gun / Second Race
"The Wiggley Course" Course:
Heading NORTH, leaving:
Ile de la Pointe to STARBOARD and Le
Boeuf to PORT
Ile de Boulanger and Ile Pele to STAR-
Ile Fregate to STARBOARD, then BET-
WEEN Ile Chevreau and Fregate
Ile Fourche to PORT
To FINISH, leaving Le Boeuf, either side

SUNDAY, March 30th *
11 am :First Gun/Third Race
"Around the Island Clockwise"

Some of the best spots on the island to
watch the Bucket are at the top of Gustavia,
Lurin, Grand Fond, Pointe Milou, and Anse
des Cayes (the road to Colombier), as well
as at the lighthouse above Gustavia, and the
lookout point in Colombier.

O For all Bucket spectators in boats: It is a
wonderful and rare opportunity to be able to
follow the progress of the Bucket fleet in your
own boat However, please be aware that
these giant sailboats move at great speeds
and their capacity to maneuver quickly in
case of emergency during the regatta is extre-
mely limited- that is to say, virtually impossi-
ble! Also, please be careful not get caught in
their wake, do not pass in front of them, and
be sure to leave a maximum of space for
them to move freely. Do not put yourself in a
dangerous position, for your own safety as
well as those in the regatta.
O Notice to the captains of all boats on moo-
rings: During the weekend of the Saint Barth
Bucket, March 28- 30, for security reasons,
you are requested not to move your boat
between 9am-llam and 2pm-5pm.


Saturday March 29th
The Wiggley Course
"\~ ["

St Barth Weekly n0145

St Barth's lovesign
L'original *

Tel. 05 90 27 66 94 Fax 05 90 27 68 13



Fabulous Perini Navi Yachts

In The Saint Barth Bucket

Anyone watching the
Saint Barth Bucket
will be sure to
notice the presence of the
fabulous yachts built by
Perini Navi, one of the
sponsors of the 2008 Saint
Barth Bucket. This year
there are four extraordi-
nary Perini Navi yachts in
the fleet, ranging from the
148' Helios and 152'
Antara to the 154'
Andromeda and Perseus at
163'. The owner of each of
these yachts will be aboard
for the Bucket races.

Perini Navi was established
in the early 1980s with the
aim of creating large, com-
fortable sailing yachts,

capable of being handled
by a single person. Today,
the revolutionary control
systems, designed and
developed by Fabio Perini
and his team, represent the
state-of-the-art in sailing
t hl .'.1n-i. v, and have
become a worldwide stan-
dard in the shipbuilding
industry. Currently, Perini
Navi is the leading ship-
yard in the world to design,
develop, and build its own
sailing yachts. Perini Navi
USA was established in
Newport, Rhode Island,
dedicated to brokerage and
charter services for Perini
Navi yachts
"If my memory serves me
correctly, our first Saint


Not just 'another' Bucket
Wine cooler (1.9kg)
in Sterling silver
Separate cylinder for ice

Handmade exclusively
for Swedish Design

By Sebastian Schildt

Exclusive collection
of Swedish design,
heritage and origin
unique inspired timeless

Les Amandiers, Route Saline, St Jean
Phone 0590-291440
S-X Mon-Sat 09:30-13 and 14:30-19

Barth Bucket was 1997,
and I think we have only
skipped one year since. My
first "Bucket" was the 1992
Nantucket Bucket," says
Bruce Brakenhoff, general
manager of Perini Navi
USA, who was born into
the yachting world: "My
father is a yacht broker. He
was one of the two princi-
pals of Bartram & Braken-
hoff, Inc. so I sort of just
slid into the business as I
grew up," he says. "I have
been very lucky to work
for Perini Navi: our boats,
our people, our owners and
our crew are the very best."
When asked if he likes one
boat the best, Brakenhoff
replied: "I don't have a
favorite Perini, I love them
all for their own special
In terms of racing, Braken-
hoff notes: "We try and
attend the Newport Bucket,
the SuperYacht Cup, the
Shipyard Cup, and of
course The Perini Navi

Cup. This all depends on
our owners wanting to par-
ticipate too, and to date we
have been very lucky as we
have been able to partici-
pate in lots of regattas." He
also points out that while
Fabio Perini hasn't yet
attended a Saint Barth
Bucket, Mrs. Perini and
their daughter Gulia are
both .illcin;"g for the third
consecutive year in 2008.

"I think the owners, crew,
and participants love the
combination of the cama-
raderie and "competitive"
racing as well as having the
opportunity to be a part of
such an incredible gather-
ing of extraordinary boats
and people," Brakenhoff
notes about the Bucket.
"Saint Barth has great
scenery, lovely weather,
and extremely friendly

by Ellen Lampert Greaux
Photo :Rosemond Greaux

St Barth Weekly n0145

9tlA1 the Best
I ^ i



1-v. ^

4 -:.--



0 9am : Skipper's meeting at
the marquee, start times distri-
S11lam : First Gun/ First Race
"Around the Island Race"
0 7pm 9 pm : Cocktails and
hors d'oeuvres served aboard
the yachts (private), stern to at
the Quay (open to public).
a 'am Skipper's meeting at
the marquee, start times distri-
lA lam : First Gun/Second
Race "The Wiggley Course"
A 7pm: Dock Party at the

S'afm Skipper's meeting at
the marquee, start times distri-
S11lam : First Gun/ Third
Race Around the Island
A 7pm : Awards Presentation
and Cocktail Party at the

The Bucket History

he first Bucket
regatta was
organized in
Nantucket in August,
1986 by Roger Janes,
Captain of "Volodor",
John Clyde Smith,
Captain of "Man-
dalay" and Peter
Goldstein, owner-Cap-
tain of the yacht "Fly-
ing Goose". After an
evening that evolved
into a copious Mount
Gay Rum debate, the
stage was set for brag-
ging rights. Seven
yachts sailed the first
Nantucket Bucket, a
fifteen mile course in
Nantucket Sound that
was handicapped by
staggered starting
times. Recollections
are vague as to exactly
which yacht won, but









0590 59 46 10

records clearly indicate that
no yacht finished worse than
seventh. A popular event
since the first sailing, the
Nantucket Bucket Regatta
expanded over the years,
along with the size of yachts
in the fleet.
Between 1986 and 2001, the
Nantucket Bucket flourished,
becoming a premier Mega
Yacht regatta that invites
owners and crews of the
world's largest sailing yachts
to sail to peak performance in
a safe venue, in the spirit of
wholesome competition. The
concept of the staggered start,
where each yacht is assigned
its own starting time, creates a
great safety net in allowing
the starting area to be clear for
The first St. Barths Bucket
was launched in 1995, organ-
ized and supported by Cap-
tain Timothy Laughridge and
Isam Kabbani, owner of
"Sariyah", Captain Mike
Fireband, team "Gleam" and
Captain Ian Craddock, team
"Mandalay". In the spirit of
Bucket tradition, all owners,
captains and crews enjoyed
cocktails and canapes while
the starting positions for the
following day's race were
negotiated. Each night a dif-
ferent vessel vied for the
right to host a cocktail party
for all participants. Rumor
has it that this may have
ii, !lli,.iitl the race commit-
tee's decision for the vessel's
starting time the next day ...
Following the announcement
that 2001 was to be the last
Nantucket Bucket, the
founders passed the torch to
the present Bucket Race
Committee: Hank Halsted,
Ian Craddock and Timothy
Laughridge. The summer

venue was shifted in 2002, to
Newport, RI, by the New-
port Shipyard.
The St. Barths Bucket has
evolved into a stellar event as
well, with fully 29 yachts in
attendance for the 2008 event.
Indeed, the St. Barths Bucket
has become a celebration for
the entire Island, from the
Capitainerie to the St. Barths
Yacht Club to the Mayor's
office; we have benefited
from their full participation.
As the Bucket Regattas have
evolved, the organizers have
kept a tight focus on main-
taining the original, non-
commercial flavor of the
event. Although the cost of
producing a regatta of this
magnitude is not insubstan-
tial, those costs have been
controlled and subsidized by
direct owner contributions
and their hosting parties
themselves, for their compe-
tition. The yachting industry
has been generous in putting
forward sponsorship for the
event. As such, the Bucket
maintains the feel of an event
put on by owners, and by the
businesses that are supported
by those owners and their
yachts. The Bucket Regattas
have had additional support
from a number of firms from
outside the marine industry
as well, but all in keeping
with the low key, non-com-
mercial flavor of the event.
The reason for the success of
the Bucket Regattas is that
they are primarily about hav-
ing fun aboard the most spec-
tacular sailing yachts ever
launched, in the nicest cruis-
ing areas in the world. The
Bucket provides a safe venue
in which these yachts can sail
to peak performance, with
equal focus on winning the
race and winning the party.

St Barth Weekly n0145

S m .

Christian Lacroix

'Lhe Haute Couture bottle
designed by Christian Lacroix
for Evian mineral water is sparkling
with his creative sense of style...
it is a veritable ode
to femininity in the shape .
of an ice queen,
with an elegant transparence
and subtle silhouette,

"...a snow
fairy in couture
garb..." /

O he Haute Couture bottle,
a tribute to women


LC'he crystal Haute Couture
Christian Lacroix bottle will be
Sold at during a silent auction
Sin Saint Barth, with proceeds
going to the Ramsar Convention
for the preservation of wetlands.
This Haute Couture bottle
is available in a very limited
edition and is not for general sale.

,iH.. i evia

t .4 l

The bottle can be viewed at the following select locations:
Manapany: March 31 April 6 Le Toiny: April 14-20
Le Sereno: April 7 13 Nikki Beach: April 21-27


le serene. "
SAINT- BA RTH LEMY Y t, ,', *"'

La Pointe Gustavia
Tl1: 0590 27 60 10

4th . of the Saint Barth Bucket, 1999: The crew
ofthe 125'Mandalay ,' 1 comprised, of
women, tied for place with the 142', Andromeda.

Who won in Mischievous bu. b because
size (just 65') it was not an entry in the Bucket: at
the end of the day it was Endeavour who won the Bucket ,
thefirst in the new

S'' :Sariyahwins! 1. to, MarkDel C skipper
S; .. Timothy I .' cc-.. :, and then
skipper iyah, Assam Kabbani, the owner ~' iyah, and
Ian Craddock, cc-. .


Ardrade and Youlten, respectively
owner and skipper of Z a custom 112' 2004: The crew with Carlo Falcone,
. erecktor sloop that took top honors owner of the -' .. I celebra-
in '' .' with joy i, the '

-'; No wind, no races: three days were ... there
was no winner, the trophy was awarded in the memory of Tommy Tay-
lor, co-founder of the Nantucket Bucket and owner ofAvalon, who was
in a .* a accident in mid-February that year.

-'': Kaori, the
125' Palmer
Paine yacht (for-
merly Mandalay,
winner of the
1999 ..* was
once the
winner last year
in one of the best
S since the
Bucket was laun-
ched in i '* .

_'. '- I appea-
rance in the Bucket.
I I .,. The]12'
yacht, U at the
time the boat
in the, .
Photo r


f reeaom oj t winner in -'"
S .' r the time.


A I,


Three "Cats" From Saint Barth in Rolex Cup Regatta

following the
Heineken Regatta in
early March, three
18' catamarans will race in
the colors of Saint Barth
during the International
Rolex Regatta, which is cel-
ebrating its 35th anniversary
in St. Thomas on March 28-
30, the same weekend as the
St Barth Bucket. The win-
ner of each class-there are
a total of seven-receives
Rolex watches. As of Mon-
day, four days before the
first race, 79 boats were set
to participate in the Rolex,
including the three from
Saint Barth. Two are Nacra
"cats" Naccra Steph,
with St6phane Geoffroy at
the helm with Ronan as
crew, and Nacr6 Saint
Barth, with Jeff L6d6e and
Vincent Jordi aboard (They
hope to win the Beach Cats

category). The third Saint
Barth entry is a Cirrus F18,
Ness, with skipper Thierry
Lhinares and crewmember
Anabella De Jesus Silva.
They all flew to St. Thomas
on Wednesday, March 26 to

&A Akaw

get their boats ready for the
first race on Friday. In order
to take part in this regatta,
the three "cats" were sent
by sea container a week
ago, sponsored by Tropical
Shipping. Four of the six
sailors have already taken
part in this regatta on sever-
al occasions, but it is the
first time they have taken
three boats: "Before, we
raced on Prindle," explains
Geoffroy. "But the other
competitors from the
French and Dutch West
Indies decided to race from
now on with 18-footers in
order to avoid ratings and
really race the same boats."
Team Saint Barth hopes that
the Rolex Regatta will
allow them to race against
the American counterparts
they rarely have occasion to
see, and to meet the top
names on the circuit, such
as Puerto Rican Enrique
Figueroa, who at 44
remains one of the leaders
in the field.
After the Rolex, the three
teams will race again in the
le trio Captain Oliver's
Carib Beer Regatta on May
19, followed by the Quiksil-
ver SXM Challenge from

June 20-23, 2008. These
two events take place in St
Martin, with the first ,. iii;
sail from Oyster Pond and
the second, at Orient Bay, is
also open to windsurfers
and kites surfers. In 2009,
they hope to be on the start-
ing line during the
Schoelcher nautical week in
Martinique, but have sworn
not to go back to the
Heineken Regatta, which
did not leave them with
positive memories: "The
buoys were invisibles. It
was extremely dangerous,"
say the sailors, who were
also obliged to navigate
between the bigger boats.

Held in Saint Barth from
1992 until hurricane Luis
took place in 1995, the
CataCup, (a race for cata-
marans as the name indi-
cates) could rise from its
ashes. That is the hope for
the 18' team from Saint
Barth who plans to work
on the project once they
are back from St.
Thomas. Stay tuned to
the Weekly for more
St Barth Weekly n0145

Dro YmUl ii#

M7w lhop

8' bev,,~


V, r y





High Seas In The Caribbean

More Bark Than Bite

he boardwalk in Gus-
tavia broke in a few
places. The concrete
boat slip in Corossol split in
two. The deck at Nikki
Beach was in splinters. A
fishing boat overturned in
the port. That's the worst of
the damage caused by high
waves that battered the coast
of Saint Barth from Tuesday,

island's beaches, the North-
ern Islands were placed on a
red alert from Tuesday
evening through Friday
morning. During this period,
swimming and all other nau-
tical activities were suspend-
ed. The Port of Gustavia and
the commercial port in Pub-
lic were closed as well, from
Wednesday noon until Satur-

de Mer, which was lifted up
and broken at several points.
In Public, the campers who
didn't abandon their tradi-
tional Easter campsite were
able to resist the waves. But
it wasn't easy: first thing
Wednesday morning they
spent a few hours digging a
breakwater to hold back the
water. They were obliged to
reinforce the breakwater dur-
ing the night of Wednesday
to Thursday, at the height of
it all, and use plywood as to
reinforce the sand. In Fla-
mands, the waves "ate" the
sand and the beach pretty
much disappeared, but
should return soon, while
more sand was deposited at
the Petite Anse. In Saint-
Jean, the restaurant, La
Plage, found itself ankle-
deep in water but overall the
waves brought more sand to
this part of the beach, which
is currently wider than
before. This is not the case

on the eastern side of the
bay. As of Tuesday evening,
the beach near Nikki Beach
had disappeared. The deck
at the restaurant was dam-
aged and as of this week the
level of the sand is extreme-
ly low. In Lorient, the sea
was very rough, with strong
currents making it very dan-
gerous. Two imprudent
swimmers ignored the warn-
ings not to go into the water
and almost lost their lives
(see opposite page).
That was the story for the
most exposed shorelines...
yet the waves caused joy for
the surfers-even though
some were disappointed that
the swells were not stronger
still-with the best surfers
taking advantage of the big
waves at Kawabonga (the
Ninja cry used as the name
of one of the surf spots at
Grand Fond) and the others
hanging ten at Toiny.

March 18 through Saturday,
March 22. This was an unex-
pected phenomenon-in
terms of the calendar-as
swells like this usually
develop from November
through February, and in
terms of force-with waves
averaging 18 feet, and the
height of the biggest waves
topping 21 feet at approxi-
mately 3:00am during the
night of Wednesday to
Thursday, according to the
wave meter at the Grande
Vigie in Guadeloupe. The
cause was a large storm off
of the North American coast,
rare for this time of year.

Two Days
On Red Alert
Due to the strong swells dur-
ing Easter week when the
local population camps out
in large numbers on the

day morning. As a result, all
ferry service was interrupted
for a few days. And the
desalination plant stopped
production as of late morn-
ing on Wednesday. Produc-
tion started again on Satur-
day, once the waters had
calmed down.

Impact On The Island
The Port of Gustavia was
especially exposed to the
swells that came into the
harbor, with high waves
flooding the road near the
new dock in front of
Presqu'ile. The strength of
the waves was strong
enough to move two cars
and knock over a planter. In
spite of the assault of the
waves, the net result wasn't
so bad. This was not the case
for the boardwalk that runs
parallel to the Rue du Bord


More scared than anything
else, two men were saved
from drowning while swim-
ming off the coast of Lorient.
They owe their good fortune
to those who helped them:
two fishermen in the first
case and a surfer in the sec-
ond instance. The two men,
one 43 and the other 81,
ignored the prohibition of all
nautical activities that was in
effect between Tuesday and
Saturday morning due to
strong swells from the North
generated by a large storm
2500 kilometers north of the
Antilles. The 43 year-old
man required aid at approxi-
mately 12:30pm last Friday.
Used to swimming in Lori-
ent, he dove in as usual dur-
ing his lunch break. But a
strong current pulled him

more than 300 meters from
the coast, according to wit-
nesses who called for help.
While awaiting the arrival of
the firemen, Jocelyn, a fish-
erman from Lorient, and his
cousin Rene, provided assis-
tance. They got their fishing
boat from its mooring and
braved the unusually high
waves to reach the hapless
The second incident took
place close to 4:30pm the
same day. The 81 year-old
man went into the ocean in
spite of the bad weather con-
ditions. This time, a surfer
provided the rescue.
Both of these incidents could
have been avoided if the two
swimmers involved had
respected the instructions not
to go into the water!
St Barth Weekly n0145


The Exclusive

Guest House

The St Barth Way of Life
Peaceful and Relaxing

Enjoy the magnificent views
from this new luxury Guest House
Amazing interior decor down
to the last detail

Personalized service.
Be our Guest
Contact & information : Patricia Grimaldi
Tel.: (590) 590 876 868

C U-' N




Inspired for life
Grades 7 to 12 Co-ed Boarding and Day
RSVP Mrs.Valerie Scullion (819) 566-0238 x214

.. .. .. .... ............. .. .. .. .... ..... ... ..... .... .... ..... ....:

.. . ... ... ..-:

.. .. .

... .. .. ... .. ~-

I ....

. .... ..a.

.. . ... .

.......... .... ... ....
..... ................. ...... ......:::.................. ........... ........ ....... ........... .. ........... .......
..... ............. .. ... ... ..::.. .::

......m ....... ....)...)

Christian Lacroix's Evian Haute Couture

At Auction In Saint Barth,

here are only 99 in
existence and sold
exclusively in the
most select spots of the
world. One of these glass
b" II, \ created by Christ-
ian Lacroix for Haute Cou-
ture Evian (part of the Dan-
non Group) and hand-
blown by meticulous Swiss
artisans, will be sold at
auction in Saint Barth at
the end of a traveling
exhibit organized by Sege-
co, the local distributor for
Evian mineral water. The
exhibit will be held in four
hotels and restaurants on
the island during the month
of April. The monies col-
lected will go to help
finance the Ramsar Con-
vention*- for which
Evian and the Dannon

Spedd Events

Theme Patles



group have been sponsors
since 1998.
Christian Lacroix, who cel-
ebrated his 20th anniver-
sary in the world of high
fashion, designed the
Haute Couture Evian bottle
in the shape of an ice
queen. He gave it the sil-
hl! 'uill of a princess, creat-
ing a sort of snow fairy
dressed in couture with /
a crown of flowers, a
crystal bottle for her dress,
and a crystal shawl.
The bottle can be seen in
St. Barth from March 31-
April 27. It will go to the
winner in the month of
May after the auctioneer
confirms the highest bid-
der. The Manapany will
have the bottle from March
31-April 6, then the Sereno

from April 7-13, Le Toiny
from April 14-20, and finally
Nikki Beach restaurant in St.
Jean until April 27.


About Ramsar
Signed in 1971 and
enacted in 1975, the
Ramsar Convention is
an intergovernmental
treaty which provides
the framework for
national action and
international coopera-
tion for the conserva-
tion and wise use of
wetlands and their
resources.There are
presently 158 coun-
Stries signatory to
the convention,
compared to 119 in
2000, with 1722
wetland sites, tota-
ling 160 million hec-
tares, while in 2000
there were just 1021
sites. There were 18
countries that signed
the convention in 1971.

VIP Assistance


Destnation Management Seriees
The company that started the professional
organization and events planning business...
the company that continues to set the standard.

Phone local059 2984 54
Phone fratndUS 011 59550298454
www .jtintioounaafcunaucntAnnrt

"A/rwn JItrwr
Thirty-six Swedes were
welcomed to Saint Barth on
Tuesday by Nils Dufau, a
territorial council member
who also represents
ASBAS, the Saint Barth-
Sweden Friendship Associa-
tion. With an average age of
60, these visitors came to
Saint Barth with Leif
Hubertsson and his compa-
ny, Caribbean Picture and
Travel, which has organized
trips to Saint Barth during

Easter vacation for the past
21 years. During a cocktail
reception, Dufau briefly
recapped the history of
Saint Barth6lemy during its
Swedish area, and explained
the island's recent political
evolution. Next Friday the
group will head to Saint
Martin for the second part
of its Caribbean vacation,
with a week's stay punctuat-
ed by two days trips-to
Saba and Anguilla.
St Barth Weekly n0145


id/P CnI 647 Cu 6C Citr(9Mt/Ls

t& A~rm6 4SL' ZBvi6Clke,4

Reservations 05 90 29 79 00 www.hotelcarlgustaf.com
Rue des Normands Gustavia

] Si JC4 I

The After dinner spot of St Barth
The best wines, Champagnes, cocktails
and LIVE MUSIC by the sea.

,fh.,q Cltt .ii. rhi,, .: ,.:l...l l. i.p,.
"f r .i' d.-.1 F in
--- ~ > ---' :,li;in;,ip rrn,.h,.r r '
Ir .. i r' ,- irs .n i -
Alan Landry has worked with some of today leading enlerlainen
{Slevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, Smokey Roinson, Toto...)
and will performed the word's greatest songs a la carte
from Cole Porter Frank Sinatra, Marvin Gays, Elton John,
Charles Aznavour to SOcents at KN'B club everynighl from 9pm,
Alan Landry has performed recently with Billy Joel and Rod Slewarl alt 1a Tainy hotel

following shows by
Terry O'Neill and
Richard Prince, the
Eden Rock hotel recently
hosted a show by the well-
known New York painter
Will Cotton. After a three-
week residency at the hotel
over looking Saint Jean bay,
the artist has gone back to
New York but the work he
did in Saint Barth can seen
at Jane's Gallery for a few
more days. Known
for his sumptuous
paintings brim- .
ming with candy,
chocolate, and oth-
er sugary treats, as
well as landscapes
with nude women,
Will Cotton did
not change his
style for his show
in Saint Barth.
With names such
as Ribbon Candy
and Candy Palm,
the nine oils-on-
paper presented at
Jane's Gallery are
an invitation into a
world of volup-
tuous confections.
For the artist, this residency
also allowed him the oppor-
tunity to expand his style:
"While at the Eden Rock I
had the chance to try out
some techniques and ideas
I'd been thinking about for
some time. All the pieces I
made there are essentially
oil sketches on paper, sev-
eral of them in full color,

which was a new experi-
ment for me. I continued
working on the theme of
adornment with four new
pictures of models in vari-
ous kinds of sweet hats," he
says. "As a lot of the work I

make refers to specific
landscapes, I went to St.
Barth hoping to be inspired
by the local terrain. What I
found was that more than
anything else, I kept look-
ing up at the sky, and con-
sequently I wound up mak-
ing a study of clouds as
dollops of whipped cream.
I also became intrigued
with the Eden aspect of
palm trees and made

Candy-', on paper
several versions of the trees
as they might appear in
Candy Land".
Will Cotton is represented
by Mary Boone Gallery in
New York, and has exhibit-
ed -lii.',lugh.ul the United
States and Europe. His
work is currently included
in the exhibition "Voyage A
Giverny," on view at the
Musee Marmottan Monet,

Will C. I.. ,n, Jane's Gallery,
Eden Rock Hotel,
Saint Jean,
Though March 31

St Barth Weekly n0145

Art .lV'

Will Cotton

At the Eden Rock

IR4-St- [

S4ll I.o.YRI

B BBBB"1 3
c/ -) ^ 5. /


Au Port 05.90.27 62 36
Bete a Z'Ailes 05 90 29 7409
Carl Gustaf (Le) 05.90.29 79 00
Caf6 Victoire
Caviar Island 09905246 11
Do Brazil 05.90.29 06 66
Eddy's Restaurant 05.90.27 54 17
Jao 05.90.29 52 24
La Creperie 05 90 27 8407
La Mandala 05.90.27 96 96
La Marine 05.90.27 68 91
La Route des Boucaniers 05.90.27 73 00
Le Bistro 05.90.27 51 51
La Saladerie 0590275248
Le Sapotiller 05.90.27 60 28
Le Vietnam 05 90 27 8137
Pipiri Palace 05.90.27 53 20
Repaire des Rebelles 05.90.27 72 48
The Strand
Ti Zouk K'f6 0590279060
Wall House 05.90.277183
Esprit Saline 05.90.52 4610
Grain de Sel 05.90.52 46 05
Le Tamarin 0590277212
K'f6 Massai 05.90.29 76 78
Le Bouchon 05 90277939
Le Wok 0590275252
Le Portugal a St Barth 05 90 27 68 59
Le R6gal 05.90.29 85 26

Hostellerie des 3 Forces

05902761 25

Le Gaiac (IHtel Le Toiny) 88
Saint Jean
Eden Rock 05.90.29 79 99
Kiki e Mo
Le Diamant 05 90 29 21 97
Le Jardin 05 90 27 73 62
Le Glacier 05 90 277130
Le Piment
La Plage
Le Cesar 05.90.27 70 67
Nikki Beach
"Z" 05 90 27 53 00
Pointe Milou
Ti St-Barth 05.90.27 97 71
Grand Cul de Sac
Bartolomeo (IHtel Guanahani) 05.90.27 66 60
Indigo (HItel Guanahani) 0590276660
Kazz'n Blues 0590 522126
Restaurant des p0cheurs (Le Sereno)
Francois Plantation 05.90.29 80 22
Les Bananiers
Chez Rolande 05.90.29 76 78
La Case de l'Ile 05.90.27 6181
La Langouste
Taiwana 05.90.27 65 01
Anse des Cayes
Chez Ginette
Chez Yvon 05.90.29 86 81
Fellini Ristorante (H6tel Le Manapany)

Santa F6



Patrick Sellez
+59 06 90 35 58 86
St Bcarth Tennis

Open over 20 years



&l l I r I"A Irl ik Ii C rI I' ilnllr & lrkl'l

Aurore Balayn Swt r I r I1NNI, UIM lN I
tel.: +59 05 90 27 69 82 or +59 06 90 35 58 86
e-mail: tc.flamboyant@wanadoo.fr

-- ~~ ~~- ~----L ~-


Where to go dandng? See an art exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I

Special events
13th Edition of the Bucket
: 29 boats including
Thursday, March 27
to Sunday March 30 :
I Thursday, March 27
Captains' briefing
) Friday, March 28
1st regatta, start at 11am
I Saturday, March 29
2nd regatta, start at 11am
) Sunday, March 30
3rd regatta, start at 11am
6pm: Awards ceremony

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30 pm to 1 am,
Bar't8, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Alan Landry, piano, 6pm,
except Sunday, Kazz'n Blues,
Grand Cul de Sac
- PapaGuyo and Friends,
Live Music, at La Plage,
St Jean
- St6phane Cano, sunset live
music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia
) March 24-30
Evan Goodrow, Bet'a
Z'ailes, Gustavia

I Through March 30
Darian Cunning Quartet,
Indie, Soul, Alternative
from 9:00 pm to midnight,
Bet'a Z'ailes, Gustavia
) March 30 April 26
The Ruby Trio combines the
soulful voice, the melodic gui-
tar and the infectious groove
of percussion from 9:00 pm to
midnight, Bet'a Z'ailes,

Let's Party
) Thursday March 27
-Cabaret Show at, Le Cesar,
Les Hauts de Saint Jean
P Tuesday
- Chic & Romantic, Jazz
blues, Saoul, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Wednesday
- From 60's to the 80's, Funny
& Sexy spectacle, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Thursday
- Angels party, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Sunday
- Brunch at Manapany, Mix
music, from noon to 3:00 pm

Night Club
) Every night
- K N'B Private Club,
Grand Cul de Sac Beach
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin
I Monday
- Electro evening, Yacht Club,
I Tuesday
- Caribbean Influence, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
-Pink Party, dress code white
& pink, Casa Nikki, Gustavia
) Wednesday
- We never know Evening,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Thursday
- Pure House Evening, Yacht
Club, Gustavia

Fashion Show
) Everyday
- 1:30- 2 pm, Case de 'ile,
Isle de France, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 8:30pm, fashion

show featuring Wild Side,
La Plage, St Jean
I Every Tuesday
- 6:30 pm, H6tel Isle de
France Boutique, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou


I Through March 31
Will Cotton, Jane's Gallery,
Eden Rock Hotel,
Saint Jean.

I Through March 31 Sue
Mcnally at Les Artisans,
I Gerald Tessier,
Photography, Toiny Hotel
I March 28- April 4
3 artist: Varachez, Franck,
V6ronique VanderNoot at
Galerie Porta 34, Gustavia
I Yves Nadal at Art Gallery
Carole G, Gustavia

Pilates 8 fitness
Pilates, Yoga & Reformer
Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...

) Gerald Tessier,
Photography, Toiny Hotel
) Bruno Prost, "Cactus made
in St Barth" Wall House
Restaurant, Gustavia
) Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
) Rose Murray at Comptoir
du Cigare, Gustavia
I Dave Stevenson
Jewelry & sculpture
les Artisans, Gustavia


Michel and his staff are
happy to welcome you to their
pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner.
Lobsters Fresh From The Tank
100 gfor 6 euros

Featuring the famous
K)N'B Club
The After dinner spot of St Barth

St Barth Weekly n0145 23

H6tel Baie des Anges Flamands 0590 27 63 61

Mia Fonssagrives-Solow' s Jewellery

At Swedish Design Centre in Saint Barth

ia Fonssagrives-
Solow has joined
the collection of
contemporary Swedish
designers whose work is on
display at the Swedish
Design Centre of Saint
Barth in Saint Jean
tre.com). Launched by
Nils and Susanna Pass-
burg, the Swedish Design
Centre offers an innovative
and unique collection of
contemporary and modern
classic objects and acces-
sories of Swedish design,
heritage, and origin.

Mia Fonssagrives-Solow's
link to Sweden is through
her mother, Lisa Fon-
ssagrives, who was born in

Udevalla on the
west coast of
Sweden, and con-
sidered the
world's first top
model (she mar-
ried famous pho-
tographers Fer-
nand Fonssagrives
and Irving Penn).
The lines of Mia's
work reflect the
timeless simplici-
ty of Swedish
design while
shapes add a mod-
ern flair to some
of the pieces. "We
have just one part
of her collection,
with sterling sil-
ver necklaces,


Fish Market
EVERY WEDNESDAY for lunch, an array
of freshly caught local fish, presented on shaved ice
to be filleted and grilled to your taste, before your eyes.
Freshness and simplicity don't get any better!
Menu with appetizer, fresh fish and dessert:
45 Euros per person.

has an exciting choice of new dishes and salads,
still maintaining impeccable service and value.
Every Sunday from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Brunch without beverage:
43 Euros per person.
Tel. Le Gaiac : 05 90 29 77 47
Em ail: kC':,li,lo iiidl, ,ihN L '111 i C',0!- ,lli,,' 1 iiJ l, ,id 111N Ll 0


'1 -



bracelets and earrings that
are like the pieces of a
puzzle pulled apart," says
Susanna. "The interesting
thing about Mia is that she
has taken the formula of
some of the great Scandi-
navian designers such as
Georg Jensen and Sigurd
Person and translated it
into something new and
quite different."
In the 1960s Mia Fon-
ssagrives-Solow was in the
fashion business in Paris
and when she returned to
the United States, she
became a sculptor, making
larger-than-life-size ani-
mals and large sculptures
too big to fit in most art
galleries. In 1984 she
began making smaller ver-
sions of her work as jewel-
ry and recreated her ani-
mal shapes including
walking cats, swinging
monkeys, butterflies with
folded wings, lions' heads,
and standing meerkats
(African mongooses). Her

overall collection includes
gold and silver pins, pen-
dants, earrings, cuffs,
charm bracelets and charm
necklaces. Her work has
been seen from Palm
Beach to The Hamptons,
and she is included in the
National Jewelry Insti-
tute's 2008 Designer
Showcase, which will be
seen in various US cities
-i!!ii ugiI .ul the year.
"We also have some of her
more eclectic pieces,"
adds Susanna. "One is a
very wide cuff bracelet in
solid copper, covered with
gold. Then she created the
pattern of Sagittarius with
small gems like the stars in
the constellation." Another
bracelet is also a cuff, this
time an elephant. "Mia
also does these exotic ani-
mals," Susanna notes. "At
first it looks like a modern
design but then you see the
sculpted movement of the
ears and trunk of the ele-
phant. It's really very

Mia Fonssagrives-Solow,
Swedish Design Center,
Les Amandiers gallery,
St Barth Weekly n0145

I es lets de la Plage


i r the e:c)r-6d...

estled in lush tropical
vegetation, Les Ilets de la
Plage offers a warm,
informal lifestyle with a tropical flair.
Our comfortably appointed villas
open into pretty gardens or directly
onto the beach.

Set amid rows of stately palms, sweet-smelling
bougainvillea and brightly colored hibiscus, the
eleven villas are located within steps of St. Jean
beach, one of the most beautiful beaches on the
island. At Les Islets, the ambianrce is one of total
relaxation, from a day at the beach, sitting by
the pool. or enjoying a rnorning coffee or
afternoon drinks in the outside living room at
"case Punch."



Les Ilets de la Plage
Plage de St. Jean
Tel: +590 590 27 88 57
Fax: +590 590 27 88 58
lets-plage @ wanradoo.fr
www. lesilets.com

T.5 I.. i .- -0.1,1. Ho L,. I


I At your services

N.e_., ttn_ n s.., o..t


Stak EI i,, S is en hi
zit 3..4j wanaj o grer

AlKrf l., in 1i.", C& Rare -hsi
/ ^ A large selection of grands crus
-Champagne Billecart salmon
S/- Armagnac, Calvados, Rhum, French Vodka
Foie gras, Salt of Wine
Wine tasting every day at the shop
Easy to park your car & Free delivery
Your Wine Shop in Grand-Fond
Tel./Fax : 05 90 52 20 96
open Monday to Saturday
9:30am to 12:30am 2:00pm to 6:30pm


L'Or6al E

GUSTAVIA 0590 27 78 62

Kiki-e Mo M
0 Specialitis Italiens
XKi Meo Ki-4 Mo
,J ', Private Chef, Deliveries, TRATEUR
h :Shopping

Open 9h-22h Daily T61: 0590 27 90 65

* Local Weathi
Scattered Clouds -
High: 80 F / 27 C.
Wind East 20mph / 32km/h
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 77 F. /25 C.
Wind ENE 15mph/25km/h

Partly Cloudy .
High: 80 F. / 27' C
Wind ENE 17 mph. / 28 km/h.
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 770 E / 250 C.
Wind ENE 17mph / 28km/h

* Puzzle Qt

There's no math
involved. The
grid has num-
bers, but nothing
has to add up to
anything else.
You solve the
puzzle with rea-
soning and logic.
It's fun. It's chal-
lenging. It's
addictive!"Fill in
the grid so that

Scattered Clouds -.,.
High: 80 F. / 270 C
Wind East 20mph. / 32km/h.
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 77 F / 25 C.
Wind ENE 21 ii!l'h l,!kii I

Scattered Clouds -,
High: 80F./27C
Wind ENE 22mph /36 km/h
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 77 F / 25 C.
Wind ENE 22!i'ipli. kiin Ii


2 3 6 8 7 1
5 7 3 6 2 8
8 5 4
2 3 9 7 5
6 3 9
7 4 6 1 8 2 3
5 8 9 1 2
1 4 8
3 8 2 5 7 6 4

every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains
the digits 1 through 9."That's all there is to it.

-- --..

* SABA island: splendid 12 BR property, very large pool & tennis, exceptional view and
location. Presently a small very well kept hotel. Heli pad OK. Very affordable in USD.

* ST-KITTS island: we offer large land plots w/BP for large turn key house. Exceptional
site overlooking Atlantic Ocean, the Carib sea and the island. Few lots left. Interesting price
in USD.

* PARIS: our partner has a great set of < Hotels particuliers and beautiful flats too.

* PROVENCE, CANNES, ST-TROPEZ, MONACO: our local partners can show you
some incredible properties, depending on your goals.

* QUEBEC Pr.: close to Montreal, in a superb natural site, organised for nature and sport
lovers, with great access(helipad), we offer large & beautiful land lots to build the chalet of
your dreams. Interesting price.

* and St-BARTH of course: we have a selection of land plots for sale, with and without
BP/PC. But they don't stay with us long usually We also specialize in search mandates and
VVIP discreet work.

Strictly by appointment.
We speak english, russian, spanish, (some) german, and... french!

"Mbi rOBopMM no pyCCKM1"

Please do not hesitate to contact us


FAX. +590 (0)590 52 07 21 m E-MAIL : STBAIRHESTATES@GMAII..COM

Beautiful Signs To Mark Access To The Beaches

Ceramic signs marking
access to the six principal
beaches of Saint Barth
should be put into place by the
beginning of the summer. The
island recently voted to commis-
sion V6ronique VanderNoot,
who initiated the project, to make
the signs. She had the idea in not-
ing that the access to the beaches
was not well indicated.
V6ronique VanderNoot, an
accomplished artist who has won
the St. Barth painting competi-
tion and created the pottery stu-
dio Blue Gecko, decided to pro-
pose an artistic solution to the
problem. Each sign-measuring
24 x 36"-will be made of 15
ceramic tiles on which the artist
painted the various beaches.
"The sign is a representation of
what can be seen from the beach.
They have the island or islands
that can be seen from there as
well as an element that has sig-

"Richard and I would like to
thank all the people who so
generously supported our
recent St Bart's Fundraiser
for Senator Barack Obama.
It was so exciting to see
how many people turned
out and contributed to the
campaign of this remarkable
man. Thanks to all of you
for your enthusiasm and



Villa Cr6ole Sint Jean
Tel./fax: 0590 29 84 05 mail ilena2@ wanadoo.fr

nificance for each beach. For
Lorient, I added a turtle as they
are frequently seen there. You
can also recognize a piece of the
surfers' cabin. The name of the
beach will always be in navy
blue and the other colors are
those of the water and the sand."
Once painted, the tiles will be
fired for 24 hours then mounted
in a marine wood frame that
should u. iihl.,iidi the exterior
weather conditions. The beaches
selected Saint Jean (airport side),
Lorient, Salines, Gouverneur,
Shell Beach, and Flamands.
Using the same technique,
Vdronique designs similar
ceramic signs for villas and
recently completed a large-for-
mat sign-36 x 48" for
AJOE. Under construction is
another one for the elementary
school in Colombier, which
Veronique is volunteering to
make with the students.

And thanks especially to
St Barth Weekly, both the
French and english edi-
tions, for their excellent
coverage of our fundraiser.
This indeed is not only a
beautiful island, but a gen-
erous one, as well."

Richard Branson, Boston
Lucy Salenger, Chicago

St Barth Weekly n0145

cu :A BC D E F

I n

We don't just sell properties...

\ '

e.' 4j,"

we create lifestyles !
www.remax-sibarhk com

p j S AQr

l as g n r a s i; a
see, me m. t ia ,, e,..
se ge 5 e a wgj am, w so ee aa e./ l ai

a s oa a g a ago i

U Classified ads U Horoscope

BPL: 4 brand-new, tastefully
designed condos, located in Lorient,
only a few yards from the beach.
From 650 000 to 740 000
HMW: Quartier du Roy 0.49 acre lot
with a certificate of urbanism. Quiet
area and gorgeous ocean views.
Price:1 865 000E
CDS: Beautiful land located high on
the hillside overlooking Grand (ul de
Sac on about half an acre, 180
degree ocean view. Building permit.
Price 2 900 000E
Tel.: 05 90 29 88 91

Real Estate
For sale, a 3 bedroom villa
with pool with beautiful
view situated on the hillside
of Vitet. Very interesting
price. Not to be missed.
Contact St. Barth Property/
,hl',ic International
0590 29 75 05

For sale, a land with dramat-
ic view situated in D6v6 with
a building permit for a 2 bed-
room villa with pool. Contact
St. Barth Property,', ,ilci,' "
International Realty
0590 29 75 05

Marigot: Very nice 2
bedroom apartment like a
small house, recently renova-
ted, nice decor and paintings,
large view on Tortue Island
and Marigot Bay. Contact
Immobarth Agency Benoit
06 90 465 833

Vitet : BF c.iililIi.iig view
above Toiny and Petit Cul de
Sac, facing the ocean, uphill.
For this charming villa with
3 bedrooms, 4 bath, pool,
deck, large piece of land sqm
2 200. Contact : Immobarth
Agency /Benoit Loriou: 06
90 465 833
Extremely Rare. Spacious
apartment 3 bedrooms, office
and pool. Seaview on Eden
Rock Hotel. Contact
Immobarth Agency /
Christophe Sachot:
05 90 519 519.

For sale, 3 lands with very
beautiful views, situated in a
subdivision on the hillside of
Lurin. Contact St. Barth
International Realty
0590 29 75 05

Anse des Cayes : Beautiful
piece of land, nice view on
the ocean, Building permit
for a 3 bedroom villa with
large pool. Size about sqm
600. Contact Immobarth
Agency / Benoit Loriou: 06
90465 833

Vacation house exchange
wanted. 1 or 2 weeks in St
Barts in Jan, Feb or March
2009 in exchange for our
Nantucket home in July,
Aug or Sept 2008. email
BF! uIc .1.11,,lil l1.| ,iil ,,In,

2 bedrooms -2,5 baths with
stunning view
Exquisite furnishing and decor,
among the finest on island
Very quiet yet close to airport
and Gustavia. Also available
3000m' hillside land with permit
Amazing view
001 610 587 7441 and 001 610 775 1553.
or visit our website : www.stbartvilla.comrn

ARIES (March 21- April 19) :
Concentrate on yourself or your
work. Changes in your domestic
scene are evident. Reciprocate
by offering helpful hints. Visit
friends or relatives who have
been confirmed.

TAURUS (Apr. 21- may 21): Rela-
tionships will be erratic this
week. Although up setting, chan-
ges in your domestic situation
will be favorable. Your fight for
those less fortunate is not likely
to end in sweet victory. Look
into real estate.

GEMINI (May 22-June 21) : Be
careful if a friend asks you for
advice. Based on your excite-
ment, serious-minded indivi-
duals will be more than interes-
ted in backing your ideas. You
are best to be discreet. You can
get ahead if you present your
ideas to superiors.

CANCER (June 22-July 22):
You should spend your day
trying to get things completed at
work. Strengthen your position
among your peers. Compromi-
sing could be on the agenda this
week. Don't hesitate to present
your unique ideas.

LEO (July 23-Aug 22): You will
profit from home improvement
projects and real estate deals.
Look after financial transactions
this week. Don't overspend on
luxury items. Time is money and
you must be ready to take action
in order to reach your highest

VIRGO (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) : Nag-
ging has never been something
that you could tolerate, and it's
once again driving you into a
lonely state of affairs. Someone
you work with could try to
undermine you. Keep an eye on
your weight. Don't let anyone

Check the solutions
to the Sudoku
page 26

take credit for a job you did.

LIBRA (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) : You
should visit a friend or relative
who hasn't been well. Be sure to
organize events that will keep
the children busy. This will not
be the day to lend money to
friends or family. Creative
endeavors will give you somew-
hat of an outlet.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24 Nov. 22) :
Don't let your jealousy be the
reason for a decaying relations-
hip. You can't do everything on
your own. You may be confused
regarding your love life. You
will upset your partner if you
have spent money on things that
aren't necessary.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 -Dec. 21):
Don't rely on others to do your
work. Be prepared for an active
but rewarding day. Be careful
while traveling. Go out shopping
this week.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20):
Include friends and family mem-
bers in your redecorating plans.
You can make amends by taking
them somewhere special.
Someone you work with may be
trying to make you look bad. Be
prepared to encounter new
friendships that will provide you
with valuable information.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) :
Social activity with friends and
relatives will be most successful.
Deep discussions may only lead
to friction. You will earn reco-
gnition for the work you are
doing. You will have a little
in. ... ...'. i i1i in usual.

PISCES (Feb. 20- March 20): You
need activity. This is a tuning
point. You're eager to learn.
Refrain from arguing with your

2 3 6 9 814 711 5
7 9 8 1 5 2 3 4 6
8 2 3 4 9 7 6 5 1
1 6 5 3 2 8 4 7 9
9 7 4 6 1 5 8 2 3
4 5 7 8 6 9 1 3 2
61924358 7
3 8 2 5 7 1 964

Agence Immobiliere- Real Estate

info@missimmo.com www.missimmo.com
Rue Jeanne d'Arc Gustavia
BP 475 97097 Saint Barthelemy Cedex
office : +590 (0) 590 511 854 Fax : +590 (0) 590 510 073

l Emergency numbers

Shipping rescue
PAF / airport & port police
Fire dept.

Doctor on duty

* Useful n
Boat company

SI ., company

Saint Jean

Rapid Explorer
St-Barth Commute
Air Caraibes
American Airlines

StBar i Service)
To .
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post Gustavia
Marine Reserve
church Sunday 8:30am Gustav
church Sunday 9am.
, 'church St Barth Beach Hot

05 96 70 92 92
059027 1170
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 /05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 66 61

05 90 27 87 27
05 90 87 10 68
r 05 90 27 54 54
00 59954 Sl 141,
05 90 29 80 40
069031 7073
iia 05 90 27 95 38
el Sunday 9am


. l prirmbar h
Society immobiliere
Conseil immobilier agree
Carte professionnelle 06-039 T/G/S -Caisse de garantie SOCAMAB

For sale, nice three
bedroom's property
located in a quiet area
near the beach, pool,
terrace, a part of
the land could be sold
without the villa.
Contact us for more


For sale, large property
-4 in the private
subdivision Petite Saline
SIdeal investment
for renting return.

Price: 2.025.000Euros
Including agency fees

't- Ii""~~



:U U

tW a W n L I' (1 go,)a COgggn )Y

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs