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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Expert to give sea, river cruising tips Thursday

CruisePlus Presents Phil Reimer, former radio and TV celebrity who will take you on a 'Phil Reimer's Ports & Bows Island Tour' as he visits Vancouver Island and showcases the best tips and strategies you need to know about sea and river cruising.

Learn about Northern Europe, the Panama Canal and the popularity of River Cruising as Phil takes you on a highly informative, visual journey sharing his 10-cruises-a-year knowledge.

Phil Reimer is a well-known media personality with a long history of working in radio and television as a reporter, producer and for over 22 years as part of the 6 p.m. news team on CBC TV. He has worked for CKNW with Frosty Forst, the number one morning show in Canada for over two decades, The Vancouver Sun, CBC News Network and many more media outlets. He is sure to delight and inform you with his extensive background in cruising. Currently, he writes for Ports & Bows, a highly popular cruising column carried in newspapers across Canada and he can be found at: www.portsandbows.com.

Phil will be showcasing his Ports & Bows Vancouver Island Tour for three days with the Comox Valley presentation happening from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday (April 24) at Crown Isle Golf Course.

This exciting island tour is also a 'Meet and Greet' - a chance to speak with Phil after he showcases three key places to consider when planning a cruise. Dave Frinton, owner of CruisePlus, will complement Phil and offer the best strategies to make the most out of cruising. This event is free to all CruisePlus and past clients. Guests only pay $10. All attendees will receive a travel cruise credit.

Book your tickets in advance as tickets may not be available at the door.  To register go to http://conta.cc/1ilIH2r. If you have questions or wish to register via phone 1-800-854-9664 and ask for Lisa or e-mail lisar@cruiseplus.ca.

— CruisePlus

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