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Richard Mille, Major Partner

For Les Voiles de Saint Barth


Richard Mille, a leading
sponsor of the Perini Navi
Cup in Sardinia and Le
Mans Classic car race, will
be a major sponsor of the
first edition of Les Voiles
de Saint Barth, a new
regatta that will take place
from April 6-11, 2010.
Mille, a luxury Swiss
watchmaker, will use the
occasion to unveil a new
diving watch, as well as
present the three top prizes
in the super yacht class:
some of the best watches
from the catalogue of this
"Formula 1 of watch mak-
ing." Additional sponsors
include BDAF (Banque
des Antilles Frangaises)
and the Saint Barth Hotel
Association, which has
offered 250 room nights to
Les Voiles de Saint Barth.
Funds are still needed to
balance the 265,000 euro
budget for the event, of
which 100,000 is from the
CTTSB (St Barth Tourism
Committee). To raise the
needed monies, regatta
organizers are looking to
local businesses as poten-
tial sponsors, asking for
donations at three levels:
150, 300, or 450 euros.
"Of course people can
donate even more," notes
Frangois Paul Tolede,
director of the event, who
says "It's great to eat the
fruit, but don't forget those
who planted the trees. The
event was launched in the
economic interest of the
island in the hopes of pro-
longing the tourist season
and attracting attention in
the media to help promote
the island as a tourist des-
tination. It only makes
sense for everyone to par-
ticipate."


Frangois Paul Tolkde, director of the event,
and Lucky Poupon, race director


31 Boats
On The List,
60 Are Expected
As of Tuesday, January 26,
31 sailboats were registered
in five different classes for
Les Voiles de Saint Barth,
including six in the Super-
yacht class, and seven "clas-


sics." These are the two top
categories of the event,
whose goal is to host the
beautiful collection of sail-
boats usually found in the
Caribbean during the
spring. "We are not worried:
the Heineken Regatta,
which comprises almost
300 boats, only has 35 as of


today. We knew that the
entries would come in late
and we are prepared for
that," adds Fran9ois-Paul
Tolede, who hopes to see 60
boats on the starting line.
"For a first edition, that
would be great. If there are
over 100 boats, we might
even get in the Guinness
World Records."
There is one race planned
for each day, with the itiner-
aries to be determined clos-
er to the regatta. One day
will feature a race around
the island, to be completed
by all boats in less than four
hours, depending on their
class. All races will be rated
according to the regulations
of the CSA (Caribbean Sail-
ing Association), as used for
the majority of West Indies
regattas.


Patrick Cruault Addresses International

Property Owners Association
The Saint Barth International
Property Owners Association met
on Thursday, January 21 at the
Santa Fe restaurant in Lurin.
President Larry O'Donnell pre-
sented board members Martin
London, William Cowie, Libby
Troyer, Melanie Smith, and
Suzanne Jackson (Lee Kirsch and
Mona Estelle were absent). The
guest speaker for the meeting
was Patrick Cruault, adjudant of
the Gendarmerie in Saint Barth. -
He has been a gendarme for 26 Patrick Cruault and Larry O'Donnell. OR. Gre
years, serving in many French territories phone numbers and discussed crime
around the globe. At present, he works with tics on the island, which are compare
a team of 21 gendarmes, and he pointed out very low, and noted that the gend
that the gendarmerie reports directly to the have added responsibly here compa
prosecutor in St Martin, rather than Bruno mainland France as they handle the
Magras, president of the Saint Barth Territo- of border police and immigration. "E
rial Council. "He also explained the organi- body found him very informative, a
zation of the police forces on the island and did when Bruno Magras address
the different jurisdictions of the gen- group. It was a great chance for assoc
darmerie and the territorial police," says members to get information they don'
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Oasis Surf Generation, a DVD for Teens Made by a Teen


Eliott Ivarra, a 13 year-old student at
the Mireille Choisy Junior High in
Saint Barth and a member of the
AJOE Reefer Surf Club, is the princi-
pal actor in the DVD, Oasis Surf
Generation, sponsored by the Oasis
beverage company. Shot from July
21- August 7, 2009 in Costa Rica, at
the Tamarindo surf spot on the Pacif-
ic coast, this film, which premiered in
Saint Barth last Saturday evening, is
the first in a series "Oasis Surf Gener-
ation," launched by Marty Toure of
Wavecom, and Eliott's father, Gilles,
of Radio Saint Barth. This goal of
these DVDs is to promote surf desti-
nations through the eyes of an adoles-
cent, in this case Eliott.
"The first day of shooting, I was a lit-
tle stressed," Eliott recalls. "And I
was aware of the camera. After that I
was able to surf in total freedom. I am
happy with this first film and am
ready to head to another surf spot as
soon as possible. That should be in
July. If all goes well, we will be able


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Costa Rica, on the Caribbean coast surfed," said Elliot, a young man full
and on the southern Pacific coast. In of plans for the future.
August, I will be in France and the The film will be broadcast on nation-
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Sweden's leading "rock
star" is back in Saint Barth
for his third annual winter
show, but of course the
"rocks" are precious and
semi-precious stones and
the show will be at the
Swedish Design Centre at
Les Amandiers in Saint Jean
(www. swedishdesigncen-
tre.com), where Sebastian
Schlidt's new collection
opens on Saturday, January
30 from 6-8pm. Other spe-
cial events include two
shows at the Guanahani
Hotel and Spa: the first is on
Friday, January 29 at Bar-
tolomeo restaurant at
8:30pm, and the second on
Saturday, January 30 at


1:30pm Indigo in collabora-
tion with fashions from the
boutique Civette
"Sebastian's new collection
shows inspiration from his
last visit here in St Barth as
well where he spends his
summers in the Swedish
archipelago," says Susanna
Freer Passburg, of the
Swedish Design Centre.
"He has created boat shaped
rings with white gold and
lime quartz, bracelets
sparkling with aquamarines
and diamonds, and modem
shapes and new combina-
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Born in Stockholm in 1964,
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always interested in stones,
but you can't really be a
stone cutter in Sweden, it's
too small a country."
Instead, he began as an
apprentice to a silversmith,
which explains the double
design skills of working
with silver and stones. His
sterling silver collection
includes an art-deco-
inspired cocktail shaker and
martini glasses with gold-
washed interiors and a
matching tray: turquoise
Plexiglas rings evoke the
color of the sea around
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about special pieces in last
year's collection, such as
pink coral necklaces.
"These look good with
tanned skin, so they are per-
fect for the Caribbean. The
same is true for the gold
pearls. These pieces were
conceived for Saint Barth."

As for the stones, Schildt
likes any stone as long as
it's perfect. "It's about
reflecting light," he says. "If
a stone is not cut properly it
doesn't reflect light and it's
not beautiful." But as he
said the first time we met,
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February 9-14, 2010


Biodynamic Wine Week


Jean-Baptiste Barre, founder and
owner of Absolutely Wine in Grand
Fond, came up with the idea of a
week's activities designed to intro-
duce the concept of biodynamic viti-
culture in Saint Barth. Taking place
from February 9-14, and organized in
conjunction with the associations
Gofits et Saveurs and WI.S.S.E, this
oenological event will host four wine
growers from France who have
adopted biodynamic methods to pro-
duce organic vintages. Founded in
1924, this agricultural production
system stems from the ideas and phi-
losophy of anthroposophist Rudolf
Steiner, and is a holistic approach to
growing grapes. Biodynamic growers


Robert Eden,
Chateau Maris
use a series of special preparations to
enhance the life of the soil, which are
applied at appropriate times in keeping
with lunar and cosmic rhythms in
nature to help fight against parasites,
while at same time helping to regener-
ate the soil. The goal is to obtain
healthy plants that do not exhaust the


Joseph Sergi,
Clos St Vincent


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Absolutely Wine
soil by over extensive exploitation.
"Biodynamic vineyards are also char-
acterized by their proximity to
prairies, ruches, and hedges... an asso-
ciation of cultures that helps protect
the soil from erosion by favoring the
infiltration of water, and by decompo-
sition, increasing the fertility and qual-
ity of the earth that surrounds the
vines," explains Jean-Baptiste Barre.
In addition to the quality of their
wines, he also admires the persever-
ance of these viticulturists: "If some-
thing goes wrong, an entire harvest
can be lost. You really have to believe
in this," adds the sommelier who
decided to organize this event to help
promote these wines that he thinks are
very interesting (see inset): "Here, a
lot of different kinds of wine are con-
sumed... Bordeaux, Burgundy, Pinot
Noir... My challenge as a sommelier
is to introduce these vineyards that
are doing something exceptional.
This is the case for the four wine
growers who will be featured during
this event. In addition, since many
people are buying and consuming an
increasing number of organic prod-
ucts, it seems appropriate to introduce
Saint Barth to the concept of biody-
namic wine, which has become popu-
lar elsewhere but is still pretty much
unknown here."

The schedule for the biodynamic wine
week includes a session open to the


public, during which the wine grow-
ers will explain the basics of biody-
namic viticulture, and talk about the
specific wines they will offer during
the tasting that follow the confer-
ence. On Wednesday, February 10
and Thursday, February 11 at 6:00pm,
Absolutely Wine will host an open
house during which wine lovers can
taste biodynamic bottles and meet the
wine growers, who, according to
Jean-Baptiste Barre "will be happy to
share their passion for their wine with
as large an audience as possible." In
addition, on five evenings from Tues-
day through Saturday, a dinner with
wine tasting will be organized in a
different restaurant on the island.


Guillaume Keller
Chateau de Fosse Seche
Each menu will be crafted in consulta-
tion with the chefs in order to perfectly
pair the cuisine with these subtle, sur-
prising, and unusual wines. Each
evening is the perfect occasion to dis-
cover three to six different wines made
by the four viticulturists. Wine tasting
are also on the program at 5:00pm on
Friday, February 12 at Do Brazil on
Shell Beach.


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Yannick Gr6aux, local
representative for the
French weather service,
M6teo France, recaps the
weather during 2009: a
particularly hot, dry
year.

Rainfall: the sixth driest
year since 1959
The total rainfall measured
in Gustavia was just 27
inches in 2009, making it
the sixth driest year since
1959. The record for the
driest year goes to 1963,
with just 20 inches of rain,
while 71 inches of rain
make 1979 the wettest year
in recent history. Rainfall
measured in Lorient and
Flamands would put 2009
in fifth place for the driest
year since 1979.

Temperature: Hot, Hot,
Hot!
With an average tempera-
ture of 81F in 2009, it
was a hotter year than
2008. As far as global tem-
peratures go and according
to a report issued in
December by the World
Meteorological Organiza-
tion (WMO), 2009 will be
recorded as one of the 10
hottest years since 1850,
when instruments were
first used to record temper-
atures. The WMO also not-
ed that the decade from
2000-2009 was warmer
than the preceding decade
(1990-1999), which was
also hotter than the years
from 1980-1989.

Average Humidity
In The Air
During 2009, the humidity
in the air varied from an
average of 52%, which is
within the normal range, to
a higher than average max-
imum humidity of 95%.


Christmas day was marked
by 100% humidity.

Winds Not Too
Turbulent
Winds blew from the east
most of the year, except
for the last two weeks in
December then they came
from the south. These
southern breezes were a
relief from a period that
had been relatively hot for
the beginning of the winter
season.
The average annual wind
was 10mph.
The highest wind of the
year was 59 mph, recorded
on August 18, 2009.

Ocean Temperatures
The ocean remained rela-
tively cool during the first
six months of the year, and
remained close to 770F in
the month of March 2009.
After heating up, the tem-
perature of the ocean was
higher than average near
the end of the year, even
reaching 82.40F in Decem-
ber!
According to the NOAA
(National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administra-
tion), December 2009
places second from the top
in terms of the hottest
ocean water temperatures
since 1997.

An unusual event:
Strong swells at the end
of the year
A series of strong swells
from the north-northeast
hit the shores of the island
from December 28-30,
2009, causing the main
port and commercial port
to be closed. During this
period, the swells were
measured at the Grande
Vigie in Guadeloupe, with
maximum waves of 21


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feet on the morning of
December 29.

Hurricane report:
The 2009 hurricane season
was below the average
since 1950 in terms of
activity and the number of
hurricanes. To be more
precise, after 1997, 2009
saw the second least
intense hurricane season in
the past 15 years, as there
were only three hurricanes
and six tropical storms in
the Caribbean basin of the
North Atlantic last year.
This decrease in activity is
most likely related to El
Nino, a moderate c athil
pattern in the tropical
Pacific.
The season began late as
well, with the first tropical
storm, Ana, in the area
from August 11-16. Erika


Weather Recap: 2009 Hot and


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blew past on September 2
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in Guadeloupe, St Martin,
and St Barth. Hurricane
Bill (August 15-24) even-
tually reached category 4
when it passed over 400
miles to the east of Saint
Barth. It was accompanies
by strong swells from the
north, with waves reaching
over 12 feet at times
according to measure-
ments taken at the Grande
Vigie. The Northern
Islands were lucky to have
escaped this storm, which
passed less than 300 from
St Martin on August 20,
2009. The years with the
latest debut to the
hurricane season were
1967 and 1977, when the
first storms appears on
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The French painter is
back: Alain Le Chatelier,
who has shown his work at
Les Artisans in Gustavia
since 1996, has returned
with a collection of paint-
ings that focus on Saint
Barth. "Last year while I
was here I did a lot of
drawings and took a lot of
photographs of the land-
scapes," says Le Chatelier,
whose former collections
shown here were based on
his studio, home, and gar-
den in Paris and the
French countryside, featur-
ing ripe fruit, frying eggs,
unmade beds, half-eaten
cakes, forks dancing in the
air, and the combined
sense of humor and
trompe l'oeil that charac-


terize the work of this per-
fectionist whose paintings
never fail to please.
This year the work has a
different feel as Le Chate-
lier explores the island's
landscapes as well as its
light: "The light is very
different here," he notes,
"and there are some very
beautiful moments where
the light changes very
quickly. It's not like in
France, or Sweden where I
also exhibit my work and
the sunsets last all
evening." When he left the
island last winter, the
painter had enough "food"
in his drawings and photo-
graphs to create this col-
lection of 30 new paint-
ings. "The big ones were


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all done at my house in the
country," he says.
One of the largest paint-
ings is a view of the port
of Gustavia at sunset, with
lights twinkling around the
harbor, but as is typical
with Le Chatelier, he
played with the position of
the houses and some of the
colors, playing with that
elusive light at the end of
the day. In another scene,
the narrow road in Lurin, a
fictitious mango tree
appears in the painting.
Nature yes, true to nature,
not entirely.
"The sea here can be
black, dark blue, even
white, it depends on how
the sun hits it, although we
always dream of blue
seas," says this painter
whose eye captures the
soul of what it sees and
translates it into a captivat-
ing image on canvas, from
dark green cactus with an
iguana peeking out at you,
or a grove of latanier trees


in Flamands set against a
fiery red sky. A series of
small paintings evoke ele-
ments of the island as well
as cactus and bread fruit
typical of the Caribbean.
"What I like best about
Saint Barth is its natural
beauty," affirms Le Chate-
lier. "But because it's Saint
Barth there is always one
boat, one car, one helicop-
ter, one airplane," he adds.
"I walk around the island a
lot. I have a lot of images
of the landscape in my
head."
At times, Le Chatelier
seems almost like a
botanist let loose with a
paintbrush: he has always
had a fondness for lush
vegetation, oversized
leaves, and the variegated
greens of gardens-a per-
fect predilection to apply
to the essence of Saint
Barth.

By Ellen Lampert-Grdaux
Photo: Rosemond Greaux


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Welcome!
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at 1:30pm with fashion by
civette at 1:30pm L'Indigo
at between 6-8pm
Vernissage with Sebastian
at the Swedish Design
Centre, Saint-Jean

Carnival
) Sunday, January 31
The carnival parade of the
season takes place on
Sunday, January 31.
Organized by La Pointe en
Mouvement, the parade
"Power Flower" will start
at 6pm on Rue de la Paix
in Gustavia. They will join
Les Youngz, a new
Carnival group, in front of
the Ti Zouk K'f6 at
6:30pm. Together they will
march through the streets
of Gustavia and conclude
at La Cantina, along the
waterfront. Information at
0690 49 27 44

Live Music
I Every Evening
Live Music at Do Brazil,
Gustavia
I Every Monday
Disco evening at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Tuesday & Sunday
The Real Cabaret kim & Co
at Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Every Wednesday
Theme Party at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Tuesday & Sunday
Angel's Night at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Friday & Saturday
Crazy week end at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou

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I Every Friday
Live jazz music during
dinner. Restaurant
Le Gaiac, Toiny.
I January 25-February 14
Seed from 9pm to midnight,
Bete A Z'Ailes, Gustavia
I Friday January 29
- Live Music with a local
band froms St Martin at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
- Matteo Accoustique
Funny Pop Music @ the
restaurant Do Brazil,
Gustavia
I Saturday January 30
The Last Show with
Papagayo & Soley @
the restaurant Do
Brazil, Gustavia

- Live Music with the local
Band Roots, at St Barth Pub,
Lurin
I Sunday. January 31
- Brazil party at Nikki
Beach during all the day.
- 1:00pm: Follow the wave
with Sundek fashion show at
La Plage, St Jean
I Monday February 1st
Live Music with Soley,
Flamenco, Reggae, Soul
Vibes from 7:30pm at D6
Brazil, Gustavia
I Tuesday February 2nd
Live Music with Soley,
Flamenco, Reggae, Soul
Vibes from 7:30pm at D6
Brazil, Gustavia
- Jazz & Blues in Live at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
I Wednesday February 3rd
MATTEO Accoustique
Funny Pop Music @ the
restaurant Do Brazil,
Gustavia

- Jazz & Blues in Live at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
I Thursday February 4
- Theme evening at St Barth
Pub, Lurin
- Matteo Accoustique
Funny Pop Music @ the
restaurant Do Brazil,
Gustavia
I Friday February 5


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- Live Music with a local
band froms St Martin at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
- Matteo Accoustique
Funny Pop Music @ the
restaurant Do Brazil,


Night Club
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Eleven 12, Gustavia
-The Strand Supper Club


Let's Party
I Every Tuesday
Evening "We will rock you"
at The Strand Supper Club
(Casa Nikki), Gustavia
I Every Thursday
Ladies first at The Strand
Supper Club (Casa Nikki),
Gustavia
I Friday and Saturday
Crazy week end at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
I Friday January 22
Latin Temptation, Dj'ette
Tuche A, Salsa, zouk,
reggeaton, Elevenl2,
I Wednesday January 27
- Ladies 1st, Elevenl2,
Gustavia
I Thursday January 28
-Flower Power 70's, 80's,90's
Elevenl2, Gustavia


Fashion Show
I Daily Fashion Shows
- Fashion Show: every lunch
& dinner, La Plage, St Jean
- Fashion Show from the
Poupette boutique, from
1:00pm at Tamarin, Saline.
I Every Tuesday
6:30pm: Fashion show by
the pool, from the boutique
at the Isle de France


Exhibitions
I Through January 31
- Ladies First : Groupe show
featuring photography at Clic
Gallery, Gustavia
- The Water/Bodies : The
gallery has hosted shows from
the top artists in the world and
those who will be in the next
few years at the Eden Rock
Gallery, St Jean
- Robert Curran invites you
to view unique photographs
from around the world :
"Anthology". at TomBeach
ArtStudio, St Jean

) Permanent exhibits
* Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Works by CyrilleMargarit
at Nikki Beach, St Jean
* Paintings by Suzanne Mac
Nally, Les Artisans
* Tony Caramanico at Clic
Bookstore and Gallery,
* Dave Stevenson, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Group show at Pipiri
Palace, Gustavia
* Rose Murray, Comptoir
du Cigare, Gustavia
* Sculptures by Timothy
Holmes, Comptoir du
Cigare, Gustavia
) Artists' Collections
- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Didier Spidler, Gustavia
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Mitchell Summer, Toiny
) Art Galleries
- Pipiri Boutique, Art
Gallery
-TomBeachArtStudio,
Clic Gallery, Gustavia
-Sandra Gallery, Gustavia


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1. Lucy Day BeverlyHead, EVDay
Ted Lee, Kristen Radcliffe, and
Mimi Head at Nat Day's birthday
party in Pointe Milou.
2. From Vail, Colorado: Bartley
Anne, and Andy at Le Select
3. Birthday boy Nat Day with a
fabulous chocolate cake from Ber-
trand, The Food Lover
4. Ellen Lampert-Grdaux and Karl
Natriello, visiting from Hamilton
Square, NJ, celebrate Nat Day's
birthday
5. Barbara and Larry Piquet from
New Jersey have been visiting Saint
Barth since 1972, when they stayed
at the Presqu'ile
6. Lesley and Elektra from New
York City with Betsy, Julie, and
Kitty from Michigan atLe Select
7. Pianist extraordinaire Charles
Darden provides the musical
ambiance at Nat's party
8. Business associates, family and
friends in Pointe Milou: Chris and
Gilbert Welsford, Steve Smolinsky,
Jon and Amy Ostroff Larry and
Sue O'Donnell, Florence Pahides,
Doris Feigl, Peter and Hela Kindler
Photos: Rosemond Grdaux
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6000 m2 of Artificial Turf

At The Stadium In Saint Jean


It has been a long time since
anyone saw grass on a soc-
cer field in Saint Barth. Yet
at one time, this did exist on
the island: in the 1970s and
80s there was a playing
field in Saint Jean where the
airport terminal now stands,
and it had a lovely natural
lawn... conveniently
mowed by sheep!
So it's sort of like back to
the future n':v that1 the new
sports stadium has 6,000
square meters (65,000
square feet) of artificial turf
and a synthetic athletic
track. Russian tycoon
Roman Abramovitch, own-
er of the British soccer
team, Chelsea FC, as well
as the property along Gou-
verneur beach in Saint
Barth, financed this project
at an estimated cost of 1.3
million euros.
Stephane Crozatier, associ-
ate director of the island's
technical services depart-
ment, explains the different
phases of the project:
"After creating a founda-
tion on the existing dirt sur-
face, a first layer of
drainage gravel was placed
to cover the playing field
and athletic track. Next
came a layer of plastic
film, then another layer of


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week, the company from El added to the field: white for completed by the end of
Salvador in charge of the soccer and yellow for rug- February.
project- under the direc-
tion of engineer Daniel
Santos-began to unroll a
layer of synthetic grass
almost 2.5" high. Sand and
granulated rubber pebbles
were added as infill to the
strips of turf as they were
put in place. Once complet- "
ed, this will help make the Wa t W ointimately.
'grass' more rigid, with just
0.3" loose fibers on top.
The installation of a syn-
thetic athletic track around
the soccer field will be the _
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CATERER DELI RESTAURANT
OPEN DAILY 9am-9pm, TUESDAY 9am 7pm

Route de St Jean 05 90 27 90 65 kikiemo@wanadoo.fr


* Puzzle Gjat www.sudokustar.fr
There's no math involved. The grid has numbers, but
nothing has to add up to anything else. You solve the
puzzle with reasoning and logic. It's fun. It's chal-
lenging. It's addictive!"Fill in the grid so that every
row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the
digits 1 through 9."That's all there is to it.


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H Emergency
Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy Aeroporl


Gustavia
Saint Jeai


numbers
05 96 70 92 92
0590271170
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 /05 902766 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
n 0590290212


U Useful numbers


Tourism office
Harbour
Boat company
Airlines company


Taxis


Voyager
Winair
St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraibes
American Airlines
Gustavia
Saint-Jean


Town Hall
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post office Gustavia
Marine Reserve
Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia
I church Sunday 9am.
tF. .. -. 'church Gustavia Sunday 9am


05 90 27 87 27
05 90 27 66 97
05 90 87 10 68
0590276101
05 90 27 54 54
05 90 27 71 90
00 599 54 52040
0590276631
05 90 27 75 81
05 90 29 80 40
05 90 29 80 81
05 90 27 60 33
05 90 27 62 00
069031 7073
05 90 27 95 38
05 90 29 74 63


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Real Estate

FOR SALE:
Participation in an SCI
(real estate investment
company) for a building
project (permit issued)
comprising 7 apart-
ments meauring 45 sq
meters to 100 sq meters
in St Jean.
For additional
information contact:
06 90 56 29 95

For Sale: This villa is situa-
ted on the hillside of
Flamands and has an ama-
zing ocean view. It encom-
passes 2 apts on the first
floor with 1 bedroom each
and on the 2nd floor 1
apartment with 2 bdrs and 1
bath. Perfect for yearly ren-
tal with a good return.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For Sale: This beautiful 4
bedroom villa situated in
Pointe Milou offers expan-
sive views across the north-
western side of St. Barth
including sunset views.
Very good rental history.
Not to be missed!
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For Sale: This charming 5


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bdr villa was recently refur-
bished in St Jean. The main
large deck with pool over-
looks the hillside and offers
a distant view of the air-
port. The villa features 3
levels in three separate
pavilions. The layout
makes it perfect for rental,
generating great revenues.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

190- For sale: 980 square
meters of land in Saline
with pretty ocean views.
Building permit for a two-
bedroom villa with swim-
ming pool. e-mail:
kayquattrocchi@
hotmail.com

190-Attention investors:
Property for sale in a resi-
dential area of Terres
Basses, St. Martin: Villa
"Lagon Bleu" with 8000 sq
meters of land on the water.
500 sq meters of living
space with three bedrooms,
garage, studio, gym/mas-
sage room, large terrace,
infinity pool, Jacuzzi, pri-
vate pontoon for two boats,
guardian's villa with two
bedrooms and pool. Price:
4.2 million euros. Good
rental history.
Tel 0690.34.14.34,
stmartin-properties.com


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I REAL ESTATE

TEO2 : 0.264 acre-parcel of land in Corossol,
with building permit for a 3-bedroom villa.
Quiet environment, panoramic view
on the sunset, the Caribbean sea
and Gustavia harbor. 1,500,000E


TDR : 0.420 acre-parcel of land
on the hillside of Marigot with great view
on the bay. Urbanism Certificate
granted for possible construction. 1.700,000 E


OTT : 0.413 acre-parcel of land in St Jean
with a building permit for
a 4-bedroom villa. Amazing sea view.
Offers welcome. 2,400,000 E

"La Maison Suedoise"
rue Fahlberg Gustavia 97133 St Barths
Tel: (+ 590) 590.29.88.91
estates@sibarthrealestate.com
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