So I stand at the time frame the OLB has it in. I think its possible ships from Canaan had been in the area of Marseille and Genoa from around 1700BC bringing in priests from Sidon.
Of course it is possible that seafaring people from ancient Canaan arrived in Massilia at that time, but it's not very likely they were called Phoenicians ("Fonesar" or something similar in the OLB).
Their "Palm Land" (according to the OLB) or "Palmyra" didn't exist under that name: it was a Greek/Roman name.
Why would the Fryans give them the name "Phoenicians", and not call them by their own name, the Cnn, or Canana?