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About Our Auction
In the past six months we have witnessed a public health challenge emerge across the globe. One that has presented new challenges to the tourism industry, the likes of which we have never seen before.
Knowing the impact that COVID has had on numerous businesses, especially those related to the tourism industry and cruise in particular, CIABC's Board of Directors has elected not to charge membership fees for the 2020 season. That said, this has presented its own set of challenges for CIABC and its survival as an organization.
In an effort to raise some much needed funds that will see our organization into the return of cruise in 2021 we have worked with our various partners to put together an excellent array of Silent Auction items. Thank you all for your support and we look forward to working with you and the industry for years to come.
Don't see anything you like in the Silent Auction but would still like to make a donation? Please click the "Donation" link on the top right hand side of the page. Thank you for your support!
A portion of all proceeds will go to the Food Bank (Vancouver & Victoria Food Banks), helping others in need.
$500 Fairmont Pacific Rim Gift Card
Use towards Hotel Stay, Spa or Restaurant / Bars
Private Bus Charter (For 28 People)
5 Hour Private Bus Charter (Southern Vancouver Island)
Sea to Sky Gondola Family Lift Tickets
2 Adult & 2 Children / Youth Day Passes
Tour Victoria + Butterfly Gardens Gift Card
2 Tickets Victoria Hop On / Hop Off Bus + Butterfly Gardens Gift Card
Vancouver Island Camping Getaway
7 Night Camping Trip, Boat Launch & Brewery Gift Card
Victoria Weekend Getaway!
Harbour Air Flight + Hotel + Butchart Gardens
About Cruise Industry Association of British Columbia
Established in 1986, CIABC is dedicated to the promotion of British Columbia as the leading destination and supplier of services and products to the cruise industry in the Pacific Northwest.
Using a three pillar approach we are helping to insure the long term sustainability of the cruise industry in BC.
Through these three pillars: Economics, Community, and Environment, we are working with industry stakeholders to give a voice to everyone involved with cruise, helping shape the future of cruise in the Pacific Northwest.