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  • Authored the first guide book to the modern cruise ship industry in 1974, Cruise Ships, The Inside Story, and several editions followed in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. The final U.S. edition - Bon Voyage, The Cruise Traveller's Handbook - was published by Passport Books, Chicago, in 1986.
  • Member of the Board of Directors (1989-91), consultant to the CEO (1992-97) and author of the official history (1985) of the British Columbia Ferry Corporation, one of the world's largest ferry transport companies with 20 major ships, 20 minor vessels, $500 million in annual revenues and 1,000 nautical miles of route system.
  • Consultant to the CEO of Imperial Parking Limited (Impark) from 1989-1999, a firm with $300 million annual revenues in 55 cities of Canada, the U.S. and Asia, intrinsically linked with urban transportation planning and associated communications issues.
  • Communications audit Vancouver International Airport Authority (1996)
  • Consultant to the Fraser River Harbour Commission (Fraser Port) of New Westminster, B.C. (1993-1998), operators of lumber, steel, specialty grain and general cargo terminals, in addition to Canada's largest automobile port.
  • Consultant to Interlink Developments Ltd., owned by Steven S.C. Wu of Taipei, proposed developers of a one billion dollar port and industrial complex on Vancouver's Fraser River (1997-99).
  • Consultant to the Parking Corporation of Vancouver (EasyPark), 2001-2002
  • Consultant to Devon Parking Corporation/Securiguard Services Ltd./InterPark Incorporated (Chicago) re: an RFP for parking management at Toronto's Pearson International Airport.
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