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Weekly
Back for

Eighth

Season!

The new winter
season has begun,
and we are back
on the scene with
The St. Barth
Weekly, now in its
eighth year.

Covering the
island from all
angles, The Wee-
kly allows you to
keep your finger
on the pulse of
local politics,
news, arts, and
cultural events.
Whether you
come to the island
frequently or are a
first-time visitor,
The Saint Barth
Weekly, the baby
brother of the
Journal de Saint
Barth, is the only
full English lan-
guage 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 tou-
rist office in Gus-
tavia, or at nume-
rous restaurants
and boutiques.
Once you leave
the island you can
stay in touch by
reading The Wee-
kly's online ver-
sion at
stbarthweekly.com


The competition was stiff:
world champions Oliver
Backes, Misha Heemskerk,
Jean-Christophe Mourniac,
and Emmanuel Boulogne,
along with a few Olympic
contenders, were among the
favorites in the 2010 edition
of the Saint Barth Cata Cup.
Held Friday-Sunday, Novem-
ber 19-21, and headquartered
at Nikki Beach for the first
time, this top regatta for F18
sport catamarans reached a
new level of maturity, with a
record fleet of 45 boats, and
top-notch organization by
Jeff Led6e, Thierry Lhinares,
Vincent Jordil, and H61ene
Guilbaud of the non-profit
association St Barth Multi-
hulls. Hats off to these folks
for creating a superb event
that reflects the image of
Saint Barth in terms of sail-
ing and style.


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while Robbie Daniel and the top mixed team. This
Gary Chu nabbed second year, sailing with Dalton
place. Tebo, this American team
"We decided to come just two dominated almost every
weeks ahead of the race. We course and of the four differ-
didn't know we were coming ent races, they placed first
until the last minute, then to twice.
come and win is exceptional," "Fantastic sailing, fantastic
explains Casey, who raced people, and the most fun I've


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The two teams from the USA
that placed first and second in
this year's event weren't even
sure they were coming until
the last minute, when Led6e
contacted them and offered
shipping of their C2 Aus-
tralian High Performance
Catamarans (AHPC) racing
cats on Bermuth Lines, an
international shipping compa-
ny. First-place honors went to
John Casey and Dalton Tebo,


last year with Carrie Howe,
placing sixth overall and as


ever had," said Casey after
the awards ceremony late
Sunday. "The C2 boat per-
formed very well. The condi-
tions were really suited to our
boat, with the high wind and
waves and our teamwork
makes us faster, although this
boat is fast in all conditions.
An all-around boat is all-
around better. We were in
front most of the time looking
back at the fleet with their
spinnakers unfurled, and say-
ing 'what a view'!"
Daniel notes that the F18 cats
are basically the same, com-


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SAINT BARTH CATA CUP:

AMERICAN VICTORY


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plying with the class "box"
rule. The AHPC boats are a
little different in that Aus-
tralian Gary Goodhall, who
designs these catamarans, is
also the boat builder and a
sailor. "In this case, they
come out of the box and
with a little tweaking are
ready to sail," says Daniel,
who is pleased with his sec-
ond place performance.
"The challenge in sailing
here is to keep your mind
on racing and not look at all
the scenery."
French sailor Mourniac
took third place alongside
Swede Kristoffer Johnsson,
who lived in Saint Barth for
many years and knows the


waters around the island.
"We did very well against
some very stiff competi-
tion," said Johnsson, who
the first edition of the earlier
iteration of the Cata Cup in
1993, sailing with the late
Carlton Tucker, who passed
away in 1998. "I'd like to
present a trophy in Carlton's
honor," Johnsson added,
wanting to pay tribute to his
former teammate and US
national champion.
"In terms of competitors,
the field definitely had a
cross-section of the world's
best cat sailors," said sec-
ond-place winner Gary
Chu. "The opportunity to
race against that caliber of

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sailors Is great, and Sain t me Saini tiarti Laina Lup
Barth is an awesome place seems well on its way to
to sail: the scenery, the becoming a truly champi-
water, the people." onship event. For complete
With the support of the Col- details: www.stbarthcat-
lectivity of Saint Barth, acup.com
numerous sponsors, and a
serious dose of good sports- By Ellen Lampert-Grdaux
manship and camaraderie, Photos: Rosemond Grjaux


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Everybody in St Barth
loves a championship
sailor, especially one with
ties to the island, so there
was a flurry of excitement
when Vincent Riou sailed
into the Port of Gustavia
on the fabulous looking,
bright orange single-hull
racing boat sponsored by
PRB (www.prb.fr). Riou
had just competed in the
Route du Rhum, a single-
handed race from St. Malo
in France to Guadeloupe
(a major rum-producing
island) aboard a new boat,
the PRB 5.

Sailing in the colors of
PRB in 2004-2005, Riou
won the challenging sin-
gle-handed around-the-
world race, the Vend6e
Globe. He competed in
that race again in 2008-
2009, tying for third place


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(left to right) Bruno Magras, president Collectivity of Saint Barth; Mme Marie-Luce
Laurent; Vincent Riou,skipper PRB; Ernest Brin, director Port de Gustavia; Christophe
Bourgueil, Carl Gustaf hotel; Jacques Greaux; deputy director Port de Gustavia; and
Jean-Michel Colin, managing director PRB.


after he lost time helping
save fellow French sailor
Jean Le Cam, who had
capsized in rough seas.
Unstable weather condi-


tions did not help Riou in
this year's Route du
Rhum, where he finished a
disappointing fifth, in spite
of his new high-tech 60'
IMOCA, which was just
launched last March as
one of the first boats built
for the next Vend6e Globe
in 2012.

What about his ties to St
Barth? The Laurent family,
owners of PRB, also owns
the Carl Gustaf hotel.
They have sponsored vari-
ous French sailors, includ-


ing such top names as
Michel Desjoyeaux and
Isabelle Autissier, since
1992, when a skipper
needed help to balance his
budget for the Vend6e
Globe. Riou is the latest
PRB champion to do the
family proud and was duly
feted in a cocktail party on
the Quai General de
Gaulle in Gustavia last
week, giving guests a
glimpse of that powerful
orange boat anchored at
the dock.


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The Russians Are Coming
A group of Russian tour operators and
travel agents spent three days in Saint
Barth, November 17-20, after a stop in
Saint Martin. The goal of their trip was
to discover the Caribbean for a future
Russian clientele.
This visit to the island was the first for
Maria Fatyuschenko, director of mar-
keting, and two travel agents from the
Moscow International Travel Service
(MITS), the most important agency in
Russia. There were also four represen-
tatives of other agencies based in
Moscow and St Petersburg, as well as
in southern Russia and Siberia. Wel-
comed to the island by Marith6 Weber
and Inds Choisy, respectively president
and director of the Territorial Tourism
Committee of St Barth6lemy, the
group visited various hotels and villas a boat trip, and a walk through Barth was the result of a visit to Rus-
as suggested by the CTTSB and the Gustavia. sia last June by Weber and Anne Den-
Saint Barth hotel association. Their Next stop for these Russian tourism tel, president of the hotel association,
tour around the island was followed professionals was Martinique and at which time they met with represen-
by a visit to the most popular beaches, then Barbados. Their trip to Saint tatives of MITS.


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Tomato, Mozarella, Parma Ham, Slivers of Parmesan Cheese,
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QUATTRO FROMAGES 14.00
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Cream, Mozzarella, Chopped Bacon, Onions
PARMESANE BLANCA 14.00o
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Cream, Raclette Cheese, Chopped Bacon, Egg, Potatoes
L'ITALIE 16.00
Tomato, Cream, Provolone, Ricotta, Speck (Italian Ham)
LA CHARCUTIERE 16.00
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L'Avion Lands In St Barth


Which logo best represents
St Barth? One of the
cleverest is the small air-
plane that adorns the
L'Avion clothing line sold
in Saint Barth as well as
online at www.lavionst-
bart.com. Norman Wein-
berger, a pediatrician from
Connecticut, and his wife
Susan Weinberger, a leader
in the field of mentoring,
are the driving force
behind the L'Avion brand.
Their daughter Lisa, a
graphic designer in
Philadelphia, designed the
logo, which evokes the
thrilling landing onto the
island's small runway.

"Norman selects the new
collection each fall,"
explains Susan. "Florence


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Plasse then decides what
she would like to carry for
the season in her two
shops, OutreMer (Gus-
tavia) and Drugstore Des
Caraibes (Villa Creole, St.
Jean).
The men's and women's't-
shirts are the most popular,
with various styles and fab-
rics that make these shirts a
cut above (including dressy
black long sleeve, scoop
necks for women with a
discreet logo). Everyone


also loves the embroidered
men's caps: "Pilots particu-
larly love them," Susan
notes. "But grandparents
go for the children's cloth-
ing as souvenirs to take
home from the island.
What we love the most is
that the residents on the
island resonate with the
logo and wear our clothing
as much as the tourists."

In addition to the popular t-
shirts and caps, L'Avion
beach towels come in
assorted island colors such
as lime green, orange,
Caribbean blue, white, and
navy blue. There are also
large, sturdy tote bags
emblazoned with the
L'Avion logo. "Travelers to
the island buy the totes,
stuff all their purchases in
them, and take them on the
plane back home. They
also come in assorted col-
ors," adds Susan.
New items this year? In
addition to chic new cloth-
ing for women, visitors to
the island may be able to
buy a little purse and mug
to take home as well, as a
reminder to schedule
another landing with
L'Avion in Saint Barth
very soon.


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Beautiful Italian Linens

For The Home


Fabienne LaGall, president of the newly formed Wimco
SBH, and Laurent Edery, head of client services, hosted
a cocktail party on Monday, November 22 at The Strand
in Gustavia for approximately 100 clients and invited
guests. Tim Warburton, Wimco CEO, along with his
wife Julie, and other staff members from the Newport
RI office were also on hand to greet guests at the first of
a series of Wimco's weekly cocktail parties for their
clients as part of their effort to introduce their staff and
make their island-based new services known to the villa
rental clientele.


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From the ele-
gance of the col-
ors to the sensu-
ality of the fab-
rics, the line of
fabulous linens
for the home that
Elisa Bally has
in her boutique
in Cour Ven-
dome (Gustavia)
adds a perfect
touch to bed-
rooms, dining
tables, and baths.


Sheets in the
absolute finest
cotton imported from Egypt,
linen towels, waffle-weave
linen throws, crushed linen,
and bold blends of new
weaving techniques create a
universe of textiles in subtle
tones that alternate with
luminous colors and skill-
fully faded shades.

These refined fabrics are the
result of the expertise of an
Italian weaver who settled
in Lombardy over a century
ago, in 1893. The high-qual-
ity fabrics of Limonta, ini-
tially destined for the world
of fashion, eventually found
their way into the best
homes in Italy. In 1992 the
company decided to expand
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'Society,' linens and acces-
sories for the home.

The thread is custom-made,
each piece finely fabricated,
and then dyed. The know-
how of the in-house col-
orists and the top quality of
the materials add another
dimension to the fabric. For
example, the crushed, pre-
washed linen has a reassur-
ing lived-in feel to it, com-
bining comfort with ele-
gance.

These linens can dress your
furniture as you would dress
yourself, with a wide choice
of colors to adorn your bed
or your table: white,
anthracite, chocolate.., and
natural colors such as laven-
der, soybean, tisane...

Not only are these
linens a lovely addi-
tion to any home, they
are also easy to live
with...they do not
require ironing.

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Room, Cour Vendome,
2nd floor, Tel: 06 90
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Starting last March, inter-
esting things started com-
ing out of the kitchen at
the Wall House, a portside
restaurant in Gustavia
named for the historic
Swedish building next
door. A new chef was in
charge and the changes
that began under his com-
mand last spring have
been solidified into an
exciting new menu this
season.

Sylvain No6l is now mas-
ter of the culinary experi-
ence at the Wall House,
working side-by-side with
the father and son team of
owners, Bernard Tatin
(now in his sixth year at
the restaurant) and Julien


(year two). Born into a
family of restaurateurs,
Noel sharpened his knives
and cut his "chops" in
France and the Untied
States (La Panetiere in
Rye, NY; Zinc in Lennox,
MA), giving his traditional
French roots a taste of the
United States.

So what's new? Noel has
let his imagination run to
fantasy with such appetiz-
ers as the Virgin Maria.
"The name comes from a
Virgin Mary mixed with a
shrimp cocktail and a
Mexican accent," says the
chef. The tomato sauce
comes in a cocktail shaker
and is poured over the
shrimp at the table. "We


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wanted to add a touch of
entertainment and personal
service," Noel adds.

Red beets, one of Noel's
personal favorites, have
also popped up on the
menu, in beet gnocchi for
example. A roasted corn
soup served with small
strips of candied bacon is a
nice winter dish but as
Noel says, "it translates
well to the West Indies."
He is also partial to local
fish and enjoys working
with the island's fisher-
man, using up to 90%
Caribbean species when
available. He augments
with fish from the
Mediterranean, for exam-
ple, turned to perfection on
the rotisserie in the front
of the restaurant or as a
daily special.

"The duck comes from
France," Noel explains,
"as it really is the best. It
is complicated to manage
the arrival of fresh prod-
ucts, so you have to be a
good at planning in
advance. But if we don't
have it, we don't have it."
What they do always have
is a multi-tiered dessert
cart, with sweets to top off
every meal, in addition to
an expansive French wine


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list.

Where else might you find
a timbale of goat cheese
wrapped in tomato as an
appetizer, or phyllo dough
in the shape of a cannel-
loni stuffed with pureed
cauliflower to accompany
a main course. Served
against the bright new
striped tablecloths that
give the Wall House a
jaunty air, Noel's cuisine is
surprising fresh and inven-
tive. "He has created an
international cocktail of
world cuisine," says
Julien. "People come here
from around the globe and
many are open to new
culinary experiences."

With this new energy ema-
nating from the kitchen
and new personalized
service in the dining room,
there is a good chance the
Wall House will now stay
open all year, rather than
closing over the summer.
Noel plans a new menu as
of May to feature seasonal
specials. Now that high
season is in full swing, a
word to the wise: Reserva-
tions recommended!

: Rosemond Grjaux


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


I 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,
Manapany, Anse des Cayes
) Every Friday & Saturday
After Work, live music, from
6-9pm at La Plage, St Jean
) Every Thursday. Friday &
Saturday
Live music with Soley
Flamenco accoustic,
at La Plage, St Jean
I Every evening
FB Julian resident DJ at
Kubbicle in London, from
6pm at 88, Carr6 d'Or,
Gustavia
) 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
) Tuesday, November 30
Cabaret performance with
show girls at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou



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


S
) 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
) Sunday, November 28
- Casino Royale at Yacht
Club, Gustavia
) Monday, November 29
Disco Night Fever, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
) Tuesday, November 30
So Staff!, at Yacht Club,
Gustavia
) Wednesday December 1st
Eyes Wide Shut, Evening in
white with blindfolds, 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

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) Through December 21
Andrew Radcliffe,
solo exhibit of pointillist oil
paintings. Opening cocktail
reception, Saturday,
November 27 at 6pm. Eden
Rock Gallery, Saint Jean
) Through December 6
Peter Gurnz photography at
TomBeachArtStudio,
) Permanent Exhibits
- Works by Cyrille Margarit,
Nikki Beach, St Jean
- Paintings by Suzanne Mac


Stay in touch


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
I Art Galleries
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Pipiri Boutique, Art Gallery
-TomBeachArtStudio,
Clic Gallery, Gustavia


H8tel Baie des Anges Flamands 0590 27 63 61


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HOTEL BAIE D ANGES
Michel and his staff are
happy to welcome you to their
pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner.
Lobsters Fresh From The Tank
100 gfor 6,50 euros





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BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU IN SAINT BARTH

Clients and invited guests of
St Barth Properties had the
opportunity to taste the 2010
vintage of Beaujolais Nou-
veau five hours earlier than
their friends in France!
Thanks to the time diffe-
rence, we did not have to
wait until one second after
midnight on November 18 to
imbibe. On the contrary, the
bottles of this very young
wine were opened just a few
seconds after 7pm on
November 17-when it was
midnight in France-and the
tasting began. The St Barth
Properties gathering was held
at the Cellier du Gouverneur
in Gustavia, where some of
the first bottles on the islands
were opened to try the new
wine.
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2St Barth Weekly n Weekly Back for Eighth Season!The new winter season has begun, and we are back on the scene with 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 frequently or are a first-time visitor, The Saint Barth Weekly, the baby brother of the Journal 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 restaurants and boutiques. Once you leave the island you can stay in touch by reading The Weekly’s online version at stbarthweekly.comThe competition was stiff: world champions Oliver Backes, Misha Heemskerk, Jean-Christophe Mourniac, and Emmanuel Boulogne, along with a few Olympic contenders, were among the favorites in the 2010 edition of the Saint Barth Cata Cup. Held Friday-Sunday, November 19-21, and headquartered at Nikki Beach for the first time, this top regatta for F18 sport catamarans reached a new level of maturity, with a record fleet of 45 boats, and top-notch organization by Jeff Lede, Thierry Lhinares, Vincent Jordil, and Hlene Guilbaud of the non-profit association St Barth Multihulls. Hats off to these folks for creating a superb event that reflects the image of Saint Barth in terms of sailing and style. The two teams from the USA that placed first and second in this years event werent even sure they were coming until the last minute, when Lede contacted them and offered shipping of their C2 Australian High Performance Catamarans (AHPC) racing cats on Bermuth Lines, an international shipping company. First-place honors went to John Casey and Dalton Tebo, while Robbie Daniel and Gary Chu nabbed second place. We decided to come just two weeks ahead of the race. We didnt know we were coming until the last minute, then to come and win is exceptional, explains Casey, who raced last year with Carrie Howe, placing sixth overall and as the top mixed team. This year, sailing with Dalton Tebo, this American team dominated almost every course and of the four different races, they placed first twice. Fantastic sailing, fantastic people, and the most fun Ive ever had, said Casey after the awards ceremony late Sunday. The C2 boat performed very well. The conditions were really suited to our boat, with the high wind and waves and our teamwork makes us faster, although this boat is fast in all conditions. An all-around boat is allaround better. We were in front most of the time looking back at the fleet with their spinnakers unfurled, and saying what a view! Daniel notes that the F18 cats are basically the same, com-SAINT BARTH CATA CUP: AMERICAN VICTORY

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plying with the class box rule. The AHPC boats are a little different in that Australian Gary Goodhall, who designs these catamarans, is also the boat builder and a sailor. In this case, they come out of the box and with a little tweaking are ready to sail, says Daniel, who is pleased with his second place performance. The challenge in sailing here is to keep your mind on racing and not look at all the scenery. French sailor Mourniac took third place alongside Swede Kristoffer Johnsson, who lived in Saint Barth for many years and knows the waters around the island. We did very well against some very stiff competition, said Johnsson, who the first edition of the earlier iteration of the Cata Cup in 1993, sailing with the late Carlton Tucker, who passed away in 1998. Id like to present a trophy in Carltons honor, Johnsson added, wanting to pay tribute to his former teammate and US national champion. In terms of competitors, the field definitely had a cross-section of the worlds best cat sailors, said second-place winner Gary Chu. The opportunity to race against that caliber of sailors is great, and Saint Barth is an awesome place to sail: the scenery, the water, the people. With the support of the Collectivity of Saint Barth, numerous sponsors, and a serious dose of good sportsmanship and camaraderie, the Saint Barth Cata Cup seems well on its way to becoming a truly championship event. For complete details: www.stbarthcatacup.com By Ellen Lampert-Graux Photos: Rosemond Graux

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4St Barth Weekly nEverybody in St Barth loves a championship sailor, especially one with ties to the island, so there was a flurry of excitement when Vincent Riou sailed into the Port of Gustavia on the fabulous looking, bright orange single-hull racing boat sponsored by PRB (www.prb.fr). Riou had just competed in the Route du Rhum, a singlehanded race from St. Malo in France to Guadeloupe (a major rum-producing island) aboard a new boat, the PRB 5. Sailing in the colors of PRB in 2004-2005, Riou won the challenging single-handed around-theworld race, the Vende Globe. He competed in that race again in 20082009, tying for third place after he lost time helping save fellow French sailor Jean Le Cam, who had capsized in rough seas. Unstable weather conditions did not help Riou in this years Route du Rhum, where he finished a disappointing fifth, in spite of his new high-tech 60 IMOCA, which was just launched last March as one of the first boats built for the next Vende Globe in 2012. What about his ties to St Barth? The Laurent family, owners of PRB, also owns the Carl Gustaf hotel. They have sponsored various French sailors, including such top names as Michel Desjoyeaux and Isabelle Autissier, since 1992, when a skipper needed help to balance his budget for the Vende Globe. Riou is the latest PRB champion to do the family proud and was duly feted in a cocktail party on the Quai General de Gaulle in Gustavia last week, giving guests a glimpse of that powerful orange boat anchored at the dock. Hanukah: December 1In celebration of Hanukah, Mr. Roger Cohen and Mme Donna Rosell invite the Jewish community to a candle lighting ceremony on Monday, December 1 at 6pm at the Donna del Sol boutique. In addition, on Monday, December 1, Rabbi Moishe will lead the candle lighting. Rabbi Moishe lives in St Martin and shares his time between St Barth, Saba, Statia, and Anguilla. He can be reached via email at rabbi@jewishsxm.com Candle lighting each night of Hanukah except Sabbath Friday & Saturday For more information please contact Donna or Roger at 0690 35 2565 or 0590 27 90 53VINCENT RIOU VISITS ST BARTH (left to right) Bruno Magras, president Collectivity of Saint Barth; Mme Marie-Luce Laurent; Vincent Riou,skipper PRB; Ernest Brin, director Port de Gustavia; Christophe Bourgueil, Carl Gustaf hotel; Jacques Graux; deputy director Port de Gustavia; and Jean-Michel Colin, managing director PRB.

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St Barth Weekly n5A group of Russian tour operators and travel agents spent three days in Saint Barth, November 17-20, after a stop in Saint Martin. The goal of their trip was to discover the Caribbean for a future Russian clientele. This visit to the island was the first for Maria Fatyuschenko, director of marketing, and two travel agents from the Moscow International Travel Service (MITS), the most important agency in Russia. There were also four representatives of other agencies based in Moscow and St Petersburg, as well as in southern Russia and Siberia. Welcomed to the island by Marith Weber and Ins Choisy, respectively president and director of the Territorial Tourism Committee of St Barthlemy, the group visited various hotels and villas as suggested by the CTTSB and the Saint Barth hotel association. Their tour around the island was followed by a visit to the most popular beaches, a boat trip, and a walk through Gustavia. Next stop for these Russian tourism professionals was Martinique and then Barbados. Their trip to Saint Barth was the result of a visit to Russia last June by Weber and Anne Dentel, president of the hotel association, at which time they met with representatives of MITS. Gustavia (ex Sapotillier)05.90.52.45.31Restaurant Lounge Bar VIP CornerPatous cell : 0690.56.20.30 Ninos cell : 0690.61.92.79Open every day except Tuesday eveningWith a pizza drive-in: We bring your pizza out in front of B4 so you dont even have to get out of your car MARGARITA 10.00Tomato, Mozzarella, Fresh Basil, OlivesPROSCIOTTO 11.00Tomato , Mozzarella, Boiled HamSICILIANA 11.00 Tomato , Mozzarella, Anchovies, Pesto sauce, OlivesREGIANA 12.00 Tomato , Mozzarella, Boiled Ham, fresh MushroomsNAPOLITANA 12.00Tomato , Mozzarella, Anchovies, Capers, Pesto sauce, OlivesVESUVIO 13.00Tomato , Mozzarella, Onions, Peppers, ChorizoQUATTRO STAGIONNI 13.00 Tomato , Mozzarella, fresh Mushrooms, Artichokes, Peas, Onions, OlivesPARMESANE 14.00 Tomato , Mozarella, Parma Ham, Slivers of Parmesan Cheese, Cream, Fresh Basil, Pesto sauceQUATTRO FROMAGES 14.00 Tomato , Mozzarella, Blue Cheese, Emmental, Goat CheeseSAINT-BARTH 12.00Cream, Mozzarella, Boiled Ham, PineappleFARMA 12.00Cream, Mozzarella, Chopped Bacon, OnionsPARMESANE BLANCA 14.00Cream, Mozzarella, Parma Ham , Slivers of Parmesan Cheese, Fresh Basil, Pesto sauceLE FAR-WEST 13.00Tomato , Emmental, Ground beef, Onions, Egg, SpicesFARMA AU MIEL 14.00Cream, Mozzarella, Chopped Bacon, Goat Cheese, HoneyLA NORMANDIE 15.00Tomato , Cream, Camembert, Emmental, Salad, garlic, parsleyLA SAVOIE 15.00Cream, Raclette Cheese, Chopped Bacon, Egg, PotatoesL’ITALIE 16.00Tomato , Cream, Provolone, Ricotta, Speck (Italian Ham)LA CHARCUTIERE 16.00Tomato , Emmental, Boiled Ham, Rosette, Pepper Pav, Viande des grisonsMIAMI Tomato, Mozzarella, Pepperoni10.00 BOSTON 12.00Tomato , Mozzarella, Pepperoni, Fresh Mushrooms NEW-YORK 12.00 Tomato , Mozzarella, Pepperoni, PeppersMANATHAN 13.00Tomato , Mozzarella, Pepperoni, Peppers, Fresh MushroomsLA SOUFFLEE 12.00Tomatoe, Mozzarella, Fresh Mushrooms, Boiled Ham, EggLE VOLCANO speciality of the Pizzaiolo14.00 Classic pizzas Classic pizzas with crme Frache Specialty pizzas CalzonesThe Russians Are Coming

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6St Barth Weekly n Which logo best represents St Barth? One of the cleverest is the small airplane that adorns the LAvion clothing line sold in Saint Barth as well as online at www.lavionstbart.com. Norman Weinberger, a pediatrician from Connecticut, and his wife Susan Weinberger, a leader in the field of mentoring, are the driving force behind the LAvion brand. Their daughter Lisa, a graphic designer in Philadelphia, designed the logo, which evokes the thrilling landing onto the islands small runway. Norman selects the new collection each fall, explains Susan. Florence Plasse then decides what she would like to carry for the season in her two shops, OutreMer (Gustavia) and Drugstore Des Caraibes (Villa Creole, St. Jean). The mens and womens tshirts are the most popular, with various styles and fabrics that make these shirts a cut above (including dressy black long sleeve, scoop necks for women with a discreet logo). Everyone also loves the embroidered mens caps: Pilots particularly love them, Susan notes. But grandparents go for the childrens clothing as souvenirs to take home from the island. What we love the most is that the residents on the island resonate with the logo and wear our clothing as much as the tourists. In addition to the popular tshirts and caps, LAvion beach towels come in assorted island colors such as lime green, orange, Caribbean blue, white, and navy blue. There are also large, sturdy tote bags emblazoned with the LAvion logo. Travelers to the island buy the totes, stuff all their purchases in them, and take them on the plane back home. They also come in assorted colors, adds Susan. New items this year?In addition to chic new clothing for women, visitors to the island may be able to buy a little purse and mug to take home as well, as a reminder to schedule another landing with LAvion in Saint Barth very soon. LAvion Lands In St Barth

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8St Barth Weekly nFrom the elegance of the colors to the sensuality of the fabrics, the line of fabulous linens for the home that Elisa Bally has in her boutique in Cour Vendome (Gustavia) adds a perfect touch to bedrooms, dining tables, and baths. Sheets in the absolute finest cotton imported from Egypt, linen towels, waffle-weave linen throws, crushed linen, and bold blends of new weaving techniques create a universe of textiles in subtle tones that alternate with luminous colors and skillfully faded shades. These refined fabrics are the result of the expertise of an Italian weaver who settled in Lombardy over a century ago, in 1893. The high-quality fabrics of Limonta, initially destined for the world of fashion, eventually found their way into the best homes in Italy. In 1992 the company decided to expand its horizons by creating Society, linens and accessories for the home. The thread is custom-made, each piece finely fabricated, and then dyed. The knowhow of the in-house colorists and the top quality of the materials add another dimension to the fabric. For example, the crushed, prewashed linen has a reassuring lived-in feel to it, combining comfort with elegance. These linens can dress your furniture as you would dress yourself, with a wide choice of colors to adorn your bed or your table: white, anthracite, chocolate and natural colors such as lavender, soybean, tisane Not only are these linens a lovely addition to any home, they are also easy to live withthey do not require ironing. Elisa Bally Show Room, Cour Vendome, 2nd floor, Tel: 06 90 57 78 77 Beautiful Italian Linens For The Home Fabienne LaGall, president of the newly formed Wimco SBH, and Laurent Edery, head of client services, hosted a cocktail party on Monday, November 22 at The Strand in Gustavia for approximately 100 clients and invited guests. Tim Warburton, Wimco CEO, along with his wife Julie, and other staff members from the Newport RI office were also on hand to greet guests at the first of a series of Wimco’s weekly cocktail parties for their clients as part of their effort to introduce their staff and make their island-based new services known to the villa rental clientele. Wimco in a Party Mood

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10St Barth Weekly nStarting last March, interesting things started coming out of the kitchen at the Wall House, a portside restaurant in Gustavia named for the historic Swedish building next door. A new chef was in charge and the changes that began under his command last spring have been solidified into an exciting new menu this season. Sylvain Nol is now master of the culinary experience at the Wall House, working side-by-side with the father and son team of owners, Bernard Tatin (now in his sixth year at the restaurant) and Julien (year two). Born into a family of restaurateurs, Nol sharpened his knives and cut his chops in France and the Untied States (La Panetire in Rye, NY; Zinc in Lennox, MA), giving his traditional French roots a taste of the United States. So whats new? Nol has let his imagination run to fantasy with such appetizers as the Virgin Maria. The name comes from a Virgin Mary mixed with a shrimp cocktail and a Mexican accent, says the chef. The tomato sauce comes in a cocktail shaker and is poured over the shrimp at the table. We wanted to add a touch of entertainment and personal service, Nol adds. Red beets, one of Nols personal favorites, have also popped up on the menu, in beet gnocchi for example. A roasted corn soup served with small strips of candied bacon is a nice winter dish but as Nol says, it translates well to the West Indies. He is also partial to local fish and enjoys working with the islands fisherman, using up to 90% Caribbean species when available. He augments with fish from the Mediterranean, for example, turned to perfection on the rotisserie in the front of the restaurant or as a daily special. The duck comes from France, Nol explains, as it really is the best. It is complicated to manage the arrival of fresh products, so you have to be a good at planning in advance. But if we dont have it, we dont have it. What they do always have is a multi-tiered dessert cart, with sweets to top off every meal, in addition to an expansive French wine list. Where else might you find a timbale of goat cheese wrapped in tomato as an appetizer, or phyllo dough in the shape of a cannelloni stuffed with pureed cauliflower to accompany a main course. Served against the bright new striped tablecloths that give the Wall House a jaunty air, Nols cuisine is surprising fresh and inventive. He has created an international cocktail of world cuisine, says Julien. People come here from around the globe and many are open to new culinary experiences. With this new energy emanating from the kitchen and new personalized service in the dining room, there is a good chance the Wall House will now stay open all year, rather than closing over the summer. Nol plans a new menu as of May to feature seasonal specials. Now that high season is in full swing, a word to the wise: Reservations recommended! : Rosemond Graux Whats Cooking At The Wall House?

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Live Music Daily at noon DJ Yo One Sutter at restaurant La Plage, St Jean Every Sunday Salsa BBQ, Manapany, Anse des Cayes Every Thursday Happy hour: 6-9pm, Manapany, Anse des Cayes Every Friday & Saturday After Work, live music, from 6-9pm at La Plage, St Jean Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday Live music with Soley Flamenco accoustic, at La Plage, St Jean Every evening FB Julian resident DJ at Kubbicle in London, from 6pm at 88, Carr d’Or, Gustavia 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 Tuesday, November 30 Cabaret performance with show girls at Ti St Barth, Pointe MilouNight ClubYacht Club, Gustavia Eleven 12, Gustavia The Strand Supper Club, Gustavia The Strand Supper ClubLet’s Party 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 Sunday, November 28 Casino Royale at Yacht Club, Gustavia Monday, November 29 Disco Night Fever, Yacht Club, Gustavia Tuesday, November 30 So Staff!, at Yacht Club, Gustavia Wednesday December 1st Eyes Wide Shut, Evening in white with blindfolds, Yacht Club, GustaviaFashion 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 FranceExhibitions Through December 21 Andrew Radcliffe, solo exhibit of pointillist oil paintings. Opening cocktail reception, Saturday, November 27 at 6pm. Eden Rock Gallery, Saint Jean 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 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, GustaviaWhere to go dancing? See an art exhibit? Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let’s party ! StBarth Weekly n11 Htel Baie des Anges Flamands 0590 27 63 61 Michel and his staff are happy to welcome you to their pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner. Lobsters Fresh From The Tank100 g for 6,50euros TI M EOU T Stay in touch WHEREVER YOU ARE EVERY FRIDAY ATwww.stbarthweekly.com

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12St Barth Weekly nClients and invited guests of St Barth Properties had the opportunity to taste the 2010 vintage of Beaujolais Nouveau five hours earlier than their friends in France! Thanks to the time difference, we did not have to wait until one second after midnight on November 18 to imbibe. On the contrary, the bottles of this very young wine were opened just a few seconds after 7pm on November 17—when it was midnight in France—and the tasting began. The St Barth Properties gathering was held at the Cellier du Gouverneur in Gustavia, where some of the first bottles on the islands were opened to try the new wine. The verdict? Wonderful... it was a good vintage with a nice strawberry flavor. Cheers! Gerald TessierBEAUJOLAISNOUVEAUINSAI NTBARTH Stay in touch WHEREVER YOU ARE EVERY FRIDAY ATwww.stbarthweekly.com

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Classified ads Real Estate202-Investor interested in the immediate exchange of two contiguous, fully equipped, furnished apartments in a high-quality building with security, pool, fitness room, interior parking, individual meters for water/electricity, TV and Internet 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 agencies please. Tel: 06 90 77 56 70 For Sale, A charming villa recently refurbished, composed of a master bedroom and two bedrooms for children. Situated on the hillside of St Jean, the villa offers a very pleasant living-room which opens onto the swimming-pool. St Barth Properties Sothebys International Realty : 0590 29 75 05 For Sale, A piece of land in a constructible zone situated between Public and Corossol. Ideal for construction of a house or apartments. St Barth Properties Sothebys International Realty : 0590 29 75 05 For Sale, a property in Corossol comprised of a main house with two bedrooms, 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 opportunity for those looking to receive income from separated rental units. St Barth Properties Sothebys International Realty : 0590 29 75 05 For sale, large and centrally located piece of land with a building permit. YBR Real Estate Agency, Tel: 06 90 49 86 94, email: ybrealty@orange.fr Looking for199-Looking for management caretaking, maintenance of house and garden. Tel.: 06 90 73 77 85 mvsaintbarth@orange.fr Rescue At Sea 05 96 70 92 92 Gendarmerie 05 90 27 11 70 PAF / airport & port police 05 90 29 76 76 Hospital 05 90 27 60 35 Fire dept. 18 / 05 90 27 66 13 Doctor on duty 05 90 27 76 03 Pharmacy Airport 05 90 27 66 61 Gustavia 05 90 27 61 82 Saint Jean05 90 29 02 12Emergency numbers SolutionCheck the solutions