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Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: November 19, 2010
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Weekly
Kicks Off

Eighth

Season!
The new winter sea-
son has begun, and
we are back on the
scene with the first
issue of the St.
Barth Weekly, now
in its eighth year.
Covering the island
from all angles, The
Weekly allows you
to keep your finger
on the pulse of local
politics, news, arts,
and cultural events.
Whether you come
to the island fre-
quently or are a
first-time visitor,
The Saint Barth
Weekly, the baby
brother of the Jour-
nal de Saint Barth,
is the only full
English language
publication on the
island.
The Weekly is free
and comes out
every Friday, from
now through the
summer. Pick up a
copy at your hotel,
at the tourist office
in Gustavia, or at
numerous restau-
rants and boutiques.
Once you leave the
island you can stay
in touch by reading
The Weekly's online
version at
stbarthweeldy.com


This weekend it's sails up for
the Saint Barth Cata Cup: 45
sport catamarans will set sail
from the beach in St Jean for
various courses around the
island over three days of offi-
cial racing during the third
edition of the Saint Barth Cata
Cup, November 19-21,2010.
The first day of racing is Fri-
day, November 19, with a
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champion, and winner of the
2009 edition of the Saint Barth
Cata Cup; Jean-Christophe
Moumiac, 2006 champ whose
teammate is St Barth's adopt-
ed son, Kristoffer Jonsson.
Completing this foursome of
top racers is Emmanuel
Boulogne, world champion in
1998 and the first Frenchman
to earn the title. Participating
in the Crntn C(n fnr the third


competing in the third edition time, he will sail with Tanguy
of this major event for Formu- Kervyn, recreating the win-
la 18 catamaras. Now consid- ning team in 2008. A
ered one of the 10 most impor- spokesman for the event in
tant events for this class of Europe, and owner of the ship-
boats, the Cata Cup is also dis- yard Boulogne Conception
tinguished by the quality of its Marine, Emmanuel Boulogne
organization and the number will be on the only team rac-
of participants. Already ing aboard the latest model in
notable last season, this year's the Cirrus series, the "Cirrus
roster promises some great R, built in his boatyard.
racing thanks to the presence In addition to this impressive
of four world champions: lineup of champions, the
Olivier Backes, 2010 world event has attracted other top
champion who is participating names in the sport as well,
for the first time; Misha such as Enrique Figueroa
Heemskerk, 2008 world from Puerto Rico, Belgian


Patrick Demesmaeker (3rd in
2009, beating Emmanuel
Boulogne) and the 2010 Ital-
ian champion, Ugo Ferrari, as
part of six Italian tandems
marking the first entries from
this country in the Saint Barth
Cata Cup. There are also three
duos from the United States,
making it the eighth country
to be represented in the event.
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raced with Carrie Howe last
year, but returns with his usual
partner, Dalton Tebo, and a
duo from the Red Gear Sail-
ing Team, accompanied by
their coach.
Last, but not least, there is a
family competing in the race:
Eric and Marie Hainneville,
the father and mother; plus
their two sons, Charles and
Maxime, aboard a second F18
cat. Both under the age of 20,
these young stars placed third
in the 2010 French champi-
onships. The veterans had bet-
ter take notice!


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Swedish Ambassador In Saint Barth


Gunnar Lund is the third
Swedish ambassador to
visit Saint Barth. The last
appearance by an official
representative of the
Swedish crown dates back
a visit by ambassador
Franck Belfrag in May
2003.

Accompanied by his wife,
Kari Lotsberg, Gunnar
Lund's trip to the French
Antilles began with two
days in Martinique where
he met Swedish consul
Philippe Despointes. A for-
mer minister for internation-
al economic affairs and
financial markets at the
Swedish Ministry of Fiance
from 2002-2005, Lund then
went to Guadeloupe where


Swedish ambassador Gunnar Lund (center) with left to
right: Bruno Magras, Jacques Simonnet, Michel Magras,
and Dantes Magras. Cecile Lucot


prefect Jean-Luc Fabre and
Lucette Michaux-Chevry
met with him. He arrived in
St Barth on November 5,
where he was welcomed by
the island's Swedish consul
Dantes Magras, who had
organized a cocktail party


with officials and members
of the island's small perma-
nent Swedish population,
which numbers about 20
people. Jacques Simonnet,
prefect for the Northern
Island, Bruno Magras, pres-
ident of the Collectivity,
senator Michel Magras,
French-Swedish council
member Nils Dufau (also
president of ASBAS), and
Swedish historian Per
Tingbrand were among the
guests. The next day, Lund
paid visit to the cemetery in
Public where there is a his-
toric Swedish section, and


to the cemetery in Lorient
and the tomb of former
Swedish governor Nordling
and his family. He then met
Marius Stakelborough in his
personal museum, before
attending the opening of the
Swedish Design Centre, run
by Susanna and Nils Pass-
burg, which features the
work of Swedish designers
and artists, in its new home
in Gustavia.

This visit to St Barth also
allowed Lund to visit the
Swedish consulate on the
island, in the Brigantine
building in Gustavia, where
various topics were dis-
cussed, including the sup-
port of French-Swedish
relations, the renovation of
former governor Nordling's
tomb, restoration of the
signs indicating the old
Swedish names of the
streets in Gustavia, and the
current renovation of the
Airport Gustaf III, "a name
which makes the Swedes
very proud," confided the
Swedish consul.


Left to right: Salinne Passburg, Kari Lotsberg, Gunnar
Lund, Susanna Passburg, Dantes Magras, Nils Passburg.
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St. Barth


Saturday, November 20
Special: Mussels and French Fries
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WimcoSBH:

Wimco's New On-Island Real Estate Partner


The exclusive representative for Sibarth
in the United States since 1983, Wimco
has announced a new partnership with
the company SAS WSBH. Run by
Fabienne Le Gall, this new real estate
agency will now represent Wimco in
Saint Barth6lemy under the banner of
WimcoSBH. This new agency will
manage Wimco's local, seasonal villa
rentals in Saint Barth, and provide
concierge services to their clients. For
this first season, WimcoSBH has a staff
of 10 people to take care of arrivals,
concierge services, and interface with
villa owners. For now, the WimcoSBH
office is at L'Agence, run by Fabienne
Le Gall who will maintain her primary
activity of real estate sales. WimcoSBH
will shortly move into new offices, also
in Saint Jean. Interviewed the day after
this announcement, Le Gall says she is
"pleased to share this new adventure
with Wimco. We are anxious to tell vil-
la owners who we are and that we are


hear for them. To help with this goal,
we have established a special area on
our website, www.wsbh.fr, which
allows them real-time access to villa
rentals and the possibility to chat with
us via an internal messaging system."
WimcoSBH also promises to pay spe-
cial attention to their client's needs via a
high-quality concierge service designed
to help make every visit to the island an
unforgettable experience. All clients
will also be invited to a weekly cocktail
party during their stay in Saint
Barthelemy. "This is an exceptional
time of transition for Wimco and its
clients," explains Tim Warburton, presi-
dent and general director of Wimco,
based in Newport RI. "The launching
of this new company run by Fabienne
Le Gall has the promise of a stronger
collaboration with our clients, under the
same "Wimco" brand. In fact, this
direct partnership without an intermedi-
ary between Wimco and WimcoSBH,


services for clients and owners will be
simplified," added Warburton, via
email last week. Concerning the rela-
tionship with Sibarth, Walburton
explained: "Wimco is pleased to have
collaborated with Sibarth for the past
27 years. Together these two companies
contributed to the development of the
villa rental and tourism industry in
Saint Barth6lemy. At the beginning of
this year, Sibarth expressed its desire to
modify the terms of our long-term part-
nership. Unfortunately we found the
new conditions and business outlook to
be unacceptable. That's the reason we
have adopted a new strategy and decid-
ed to launch WimcoSBH, making
Wimco independent from here on in.
We wish Sibarth all the best for the
future continuation of its activities,"
concludes the president of Wimco, indi-
cating his desire to personally invest in
the success of WimcoSBH during this
inaugural season.


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APPETIZERS
Soup of Giraumon with sage (pumpkin soup)
Shrimp salad with sliced sweet potato
Lima bean and corn salad
Mache, goat cheese, beets and pistachio salad
Roast fennel with citrus
Couscous, orange and pine nuts
Asparagus, poached egg and patate douce (a creole yam)
Buratta (A kind of creamy mozzarella)

MAIN COURSE
Roast turkey with mushroom or apple and cranberry stuffing
Wild salmon with ginger sauce
Local red snapper baked with scales of potato
Langouste, creole sauce
Virginia ham with mustard and honey
Filet of beef with sautied portabello mushrooms

SIDES
Mashed potatoes
Caramelized sweet potatoes
Green beans with pine nuts
Cranberry sauce 8oz
Roasted cherry tomatoes with balsamic vinegar
Brussels sprouts

DESSERTS
Pecan pie
Pumpkin pie
Apple and cranberry pie


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LET'S DANCE ON THE BEACH


The Annual Eden Rock New Year's Eve Party,

the best place to be on December 31!


Dancing on the
beach at Eden
Rock's annual
New Year's Eve party
has become an absolute
"must" in Saint Barths,
and a highpoint of the
holiday season. To ring
in 2011, this very hip,
very chic party features
Jesse Marco, a 22-year
old DJ from New York,


who will spin sheer
magic on the turntables,
as music and cham-
pagne set the scene for
an unforgettable
evening.

The idea for this soiree
was born at the request
of Eden Rock's clients
who wanted the hotel to
organize an "AfterPar-
ty," so they could dance


the night away under the
stars after a fabulous
meal at On The Rocks,
the hotel's gourmet
restaurant. Add this
great <> to a
delicious dinner in one
of the best restaurants
on the island, and you
have a New Year's Eve
experience that can't be
beat.

After organizing numer-
ous private events
together, it became
apparent to the staff of
Eden Rock and D&K
Events that they should
join forces to organize
the now famous
ST BARTHS NEW
YEAR'S EVE PARTY
AT EDEN ROCK.

This two-part event first


took shape in 2007, pri-
marily as a private event
held in the hotel's beach
restaurant. The success
of this first party saw
the next year's event
expand and take over
part of the beach as
well, as it became "The
Biggest Beach Party" on
the island. The second
and third editions were
even more fun, and
open to the public,
except for a special VIP
area, where reservations
were required.

Under the aegis of a team
of technical the
fourth edition on December
31, 2010 promises to once
again be a truly magical
night, dancing on the
beach, your feet in the sand,
to the music of DJ Jesse


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Not everyone who comes to Saint Barth
does something nice for the island, but on
Thanksgiving 2010 John McGinn from
New York will do just that! McGinn,
David Steward, and a few other friends
will meet on Thursday, November 25 at
9am in Grand Fond, as they have done
for the past few years, dedicating part of
their vacation to a beach-cleaning expe-
dition. "We usually park in the little lot
near the bend and get started right
away," says McGinn. "Anyone who
shows up should just go the beach an
look for the crazy people with bags!" The
"beach-combers" walk towards Morne
Rouge and Saline. "This is a totally
casual, relaxed event-more of a walk on
the beach," says McGinn, who hopes
some island residents will join in as well.
"Mostly we concentrate on plastic items,
bottles and caps, bags, ropes, etc," he
says, noting that anyone is welcome and
should bring water, sunscreen, and,
ideally, their own bag to put things in.
Rendezvous for the annual Thanksgiving
cleanup!


FIVE "SAINT BARTH" RUNNERS IN THE 2010
NEW YORK CITY MARATHON


Five runners figu- a'
ratively "wearing
the colors of Saint
Barth" were on the
starting line for the
41st annual New
York City
Marathon, one of
the biggest in the "
world, and held as s
usual the first Sun- *
day in November.
The event drew
45,000 partici-
pants, including
more than 3,000 French runners.
Among them, Marcel Lignon and
Romain Garin-Laurel (both in the
handcycle division), Bruno Cavacas,
Philippe Saurel, and Florian Hill
either live or have lived in Saint
Barth.
Florian Hill, son of Catherine
Charneau of the Hotel Village St.
Jean, also ran a good race, in his sec-


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The 80 partici-
pants in this
year's 10km
Gustavialoppet,
part of the
Swedish Week j
celebrations in
St Barth, includ- "
ed returning run-
ner David Cary j
from Calgary,
Canada, shown here in an
interview with Radio


ond NYC
Marathon:
3h36'37", which is
one minute faster
than his last
attempt. "My goal
was to finish in less
than 3h30. All was
going well until the
23rd mile when I
got cramps in both
legs and it cost me
six minutes! What a
tough course -the
last three miles
were the worst with what felt like the
never-ending incline of 5th Avenue."
Hill trains throughout the year, run-
ning 25 to 30 miles per week,
increasing the distance progressively
each week until he hits a peak of 40
miles about three weeks before the
marathon. He is also the proud new
dad of young Sebastian Bennett Hill,
whose initials are, of course, SBH.


Tropik FM, and a foursome
from Washington DC and
Boston compris-
ing (left to right)
Andrew Tolonen,
'Kathleen Pes-
.solano, Lisa Ell-
W man, and Jeffrey
p Liszt. Also from
7 the US: Gregoire
Decker who lives
in Saint Martin
and finished in
fourth place.


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Globetrotters Florence and Manu have
opened the new boutique, Sea Spice,
in St Jean, and invite you to stop by
for a wonderful taste of world travel.
They have created an exotic atmos-
phere where you'll find the ready-to-
wear line by French visual artist Jean
Claude Le Gall, who has baptized his
new collection "St Barth" even though
it was designed in his atelier in St
Gilles on Reunion Island. His bright
patters are printed on cotton from
Mauritius Islands and reflect his inspi-


A fixture in
the port of .
Gustavia for i- -,.....
many years, ~s..
Marine Serv-
ice now has a
new name "
and a new
look! .
Last August,
Jickv Marine .


took over Marine Service
and has reopened as Jicky
Marine Service. Recently
merged with Boat Rental St
Barth, they an now offer
clients a wide choice of nau-
tical activities from its base
across from the main dock
in Gustavia.
With its staff of nautical pro-
fessionals, Jicky Marine
Service offers a 12-berth
marina, Hydra-Sports
motorboat rentals (with or
without captain), private or
group excursions aboard a


ration from the isles, as illustrated by
the wahine of his logo.
Also brimming with flavors, the bou-
tique has at least 50 different spices
selected by Flo and Manu, as well as
tea, rum, and other special treats from
the four comers of the globe. Found in
fancy little pots, trial tubes, or vacu-
um-packed in jute bags... the motif is
to find quality spices and new flavors
that pay the most possible respect to
both mankind and nature (Label
USDA Organic). The voyage contin-
ues with a collection of island-inspired
jewelry, starting with creations by Flo-
rence that represent a stalk of sugar-
cane, the "maille de format," pineap-
ples, Filao seeds, or even a gold bead.
Another collection features various
seeds from the islands, coconuts, and
bamboo, with prices to please all
pocketbooks.
Flo and Manu will be your guides as
you voyage toward your destination at
Sea Spice, a passport to discover the




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ures.

Sea Spice, Les Amandiers Shops,
Route de Saline, St Jean,
Telephone: 05 90 29 64 16

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Lagoon 42' catamaran, per-
fect for a sunset cruise, as
well as water skiing, wake
boarding, a diving club, and
a new jet ski club with four
new sea scooters for the sea-
son.
Stop by to say hello, admire
the great views of the port,
and wish them great success
in their new nautical adven-
ture!
For additional information,
contact Jicky Marine
Service in Gustavia.
Tel: 05 90 27 70 34


St Barth Weekly n199





UPCOMING EVENTS...


NOVEMBER 19-22
St Barth Cata Cup: The
Caribbean's most important
event for sports catamarans

DECEMBER 20-28
The Tourism Committee in
partnership with the CEM, is
organizing a Christmas vil-
lage on the main dock < G6n6ral de Gaulle>

DECEMBER 31, 2010
* New Year's Eve Regatta:
Just-for-fun race around the
island, open to sailboats of all
sizes: local boats and those
present for the holidays
* New Year's Eve: Music and
dancing on the dock, fire-
works at midnight. Quai
G6n6ral de Gaulle, Gustavia,
parties in various restaurants

JANUARY 11-19, 2011
St Barth Music Festival: Jazz
and chamber music concerts
in the churches of Gustavia
and Lorient, with artists of
international renown

MARCH 4-9
Carnival celebrations in St
Barth begin the 1st Sunday in
January after Epiphany, with
small parades in the streets of
Gustavia every Sunday after-
noon. Various Carnival
groups rehearse as they gear
up for the big Mardi Gras
event on Tuesday March 8

MARCH 24-27
St Barth Bucket Regatta: 3


days of regattas around Saint
Barth for a fleet of the lar-
gest, most prestigious sailing
yachts

MARCH 28 THROUGH
APRIL 3RD
Literary Festival: Authors-in-
the-schools programs, rea-
dings of prose and poems,
workshops, book-signings,
and book exchange

APRIL 4-9
Les Voiles de St-Barth
Regatta: A week of great
racing for sailboats in many
classes

APRIL 12-17
St Barth Film Festival: Six
days of films from around
the Caribbean basin and
about Caribbean culture

APRIL 29 THROUGH
MAY 1
West Indies Regatta: A three-
day event held annually over
the first weekend in May
celebrating traditional West
Indian sailboats

APRIL 30 THROUGH
MAY 1
Tour of St Barth: Around the
island event for windsurfing
and catamarans, St Jean
beach

MAY 13-22
St Barth Theatre Festival:
Performances by the local
company, SB Artists, and


artists from neighboring
islands and France

JULY 1 TO AUGUST 29
Neighborhood Fetes and St
Barth6lemy Saint's Day:
July marks the beginning of
a series of summer festivities
in various neighborhoods
around the island, featuring
many activities on the beach

JULY 14
Bastille Day: Memorial pro-
cession followed by a cocktail
at Town Hall (Hotel de la
Collectivit6), fireworks and
dancing on the dock, Quai
G6n6ral de Gaulle, Gustavia

JULY 16-17
Anse des Cayes Fete: Games,
competitions, and various
activities organized in the vil-
lage of Anse des Cayes

JULY 30-31
Northern Neighborhoods
Fete: Tournaments, various
games, dance performances,
raffle, and music, organized
by ASCCO, Colombier

AUGUST 2-14
St Barth Tennis Open: The
sports event of the summer is
the island's largest tennis
tournament. For men,
women and children, on the
tennis courts in St Jean

AUGUST 4-14
St Barth Summer Sessions:
The restaurant, La Plage,
presents ST BARTH SUM-



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MER SESSIONS, 10 days of
crazy music, St Jean

AUGUST 6-7
Windward Fete: Fishing
tournament, regattas, various
games, music, volleyball, raf-
fle, and dancing: Village of
Lorient

AUGUST 14-15
Fete in Public: Various activi-
ties on the beach in Public

AUGUST 18-21
SB Jam Musik Festival: Free
concerts with top Caribbean
musical groups live on the
Quai G6n6ral de Gaulle,
Gustavia

AUGUST 23-24
St Barth6lemy Saint's Day:
Sailor's mass at the Catholic
Church in Gustavia, and
commemoration of the
island's patron saint. Official
ceremonies, regattas, various
games, fireworks and dan-
cing on the dock: Quai G6n6-
ral de Gaulle, Gustavia

AUGUST 25
St Louis Fete: Various activi-
ties and tournaments, regat-
tas, games, raffle, dance per-
formances, and music: Vil-
lage of Corossol

NOVEMBER 12-14
Pitea Day: Commemoration
of the twin cities of St Barth
and Pitea (in Sweden)
Swedish Marathon / Gusta-
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Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party


Special Events

18-21 November
SAINT BARTH
CATA CUP (see page 2)
) Saturday November 20
10:30pm: Bankie Banx
and his band from
Anguilla at Nikki Beach,
St Jean
) Sunday November 21
5pm: ST BARTH CATA
CUP 2010 awards cere-
mony and acoustic con-
cert by Bankie Banx,
Nikki Beach, St Jean



) Daily at noon
DJ Yo One Sutter at restau-
rant La Plage, St Jean
) Every Sunday
Salsa BBQ, Manapany, Anse
des Cayes
) Every Thursday
Happy hour: 6-9pm,
Manapnay, Anse des Cayes
) Every Friday & Saturday
After Work, live music, from
6pm at La Plage, St Jean
) Every evening
FB Julian resident DJ at
Kubbicle in London, from
6pm at 88, Carr6 d'Or,
Gustavia
P Friday, November 19 &
Saturday, November 20
Live music with the group,
Date Me, from 9pm, La
Plage, St Jean
* Through November 20
Aabaraki, The Aa, the Ba, the
Ra, and the Ki combine to
wreck havoc on your aural
impulses... from 9pm to mid-
night, Bete A Z'Ailes,
Gustavia
*Tuesday, November 23
Cabaret performance with
show girls at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
* November 22-December 19
Adam Falcom, adventurous
mix of soul, R&B and funky
jazz is giving audiences and
critics something to talk


about; from 9pm to midnight,
Bete A Z'Ailes, Gustavia
* November 27
Live Music from 8:30pm at
Le Tamarin, Saline



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


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I Friday, November 19
- Papaguyo Band, live music
froml0pm, St Barth Pub,
Lurin
- DJ Yo One Sutter, from
llpm, St Barth Pub, Lurin
) Sunday, November 21
- Casino Royale at Yacht
Club, Gustavia
- DJ Charles Anton at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
) Monday, November 22
Disco Night Fever, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
) Tuesday, November 23
So Staff!, at Yacht Club,
Gustavia
) Wednesday November 24
Eyes Wide Shut, Evening in
white with blindfolds, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
) Thursday November 25
Thanksgiving party, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
) Friday November 26
Welcome to Lithuania, Part 1,
Show Girl at Yacht Club,
Gustavia
) Saturday November 27
Welcome to Lithuania, Part 2,
Show Girl at Yacht Club,
Gustavia


Fashion Show
) Daily Fashion Shows
- Fashion Show: every lunch
& dinner, La Plage, St Jean
-Fashion Show from the
Poupette boutique, from
1:00pm at Tamarin, Saline.
- at 9:00pm Fashion show at
Ti St Barth except Sunday


) Every Tuesday
6:30pm: Fashion show by
the pool, from the boutique
at the Isle de France
) Saturday, November 20
Fashion show for the new col-
lections at the boutique, Chris
Shop, 10pm, St Barth Pub,
Lurin

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) Through December 6
Peter Gurnz photography at
TomBeachArtStudio,
) Permanent Exhibits
- Works by Cyrille Margarit,
Nikki Beach, St Jean
- Paintings by Suzanne Mac
Nally, Les Artisans, Gustavia
- Photography by Wolfgang
Ludes, Jean-Philippe Piter,
Antoine Verglas at Clic
Bookstore and Gallery,
Gustavia
- Tony Caramanico at Clic


Bookstore and Gallery,
Gustavia
- Jean Verrechia at Clic
Bookstore and Gallery,
Gustavia
- Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
- 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
I Artists' Collections
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Mitchell Summer, Toiny
) Art Galleries
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Pipiri Boutique, Art Gallery
-TomBeachArtStudio,
-Clic Gallery, Gustavia


H8tel Baie des Anges Flamands 0590 27 63 61


St Barth Weekly no199


HOTEL BAIE D ANGELS
Michel and his staff are
happy to welcome you to their
pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner.
Lobsters Fresh From The Tank
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Saint Barth Properties Launches New Season

St Barth Properties
invited clients and
friends to help launch
the 2010/2011 season
with a party at Do Bra-
zil on Saturday,
November 6. Peg Walsh
and Tom Smyth,
owners of St Barth Pro-
perties, personally wel-
comed their guests to
Shell Beach. Founded
in 1989, the company is
affiliated with
Sotheby's International
Realty and is primarily
a villa sales and rental
agency. St Barth Pro-
perties also takes an
active part in island
life, with an office loca-
ted near the Port of
Gustavia, and its entire
staff was present for
the party. This event
was also marked the b
new edition of their
publication, "Live Your
Dream."

The Jimmy Buffet .
concert last November,
in celebration of the
60th anniversary of Le
Select, was the catalyst
for this year's party.
Peg Walsh, president of
St Barth Properties,
says that all their guests
loved that weekend.
Based on the success of
this year's parry, Walsh
envisions making it an
annual event every
November.

The St Barth Properties
publication is available
at the airport and other
distribution points on
the island. q


Alain Buisson




1 Classified ads


Real Estate
202-Investor interested in
the immediate exchange of
two contiguous, fully
equipped, furnished apart-
ments in a high-quality
building with security,
pool, fitness room, interior
parking, individual meters
for water/electricity, TV
and Intemet connections in
Cupecoy, Sint Maarten for
a new or ready-to-renovate
loft, cottage with little or
no land, or apartment in a
small cooperative with
volunteer board. No agen-
cies please. Tel: 06 90 77
5670

For Sale, A charming villa
recently refurbished, com-
posed of a master bedroom
and two bedrooms for chil-
dren. Situated on the hill-
side of St Jean, the villa
offers a very pleasant liv-
ing-room which opens
onto the swimming-pool.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For Sale, A piece of land in
a constructible zone situat-
ed between Public and
Corossol. Ideal for con-


struction of a house or
apartments.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For Sale, a property in
Corossol comprised of a
main house with two bed-
rooms, and a terrace with a
pool and two separate
buildings that can be used
either as studios or for
storage, and an office.
Good investment opportu-
nity for those looking to
receive income from sepa-
rated rental units.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05


For sale, large and central-
ly located piece of land
with a building permit.
YBR Real Estate Agency,
Tel: 06 90 49 86 94, e-
mail: ybrealty@orange.fr

Looking for

199-Looking for manage-
ment caretaking, mainte-
nance of house and gar-
den. Tel.: 06 90 73 77 85
mvsaintbarth @ orange.fr


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