In our area participation in sailing began to decline in the 70's and 80's, and by the late 1990's only one child was racing, and many of the sailing clubs in the area had collapsed. To combat this we started focussing on the sailing games we invented. The games were designed to teach racing skills without pressure. Sailing camp enrollment skyrocketed. The only improvement left was to make a sailboat with high-speed capability to make the sport of sailing more appealing to our new fast-paced generation. In addition to the games which have been perfected, the games in development include sailing golf, limbo, cardboard boat building, paintball, and sailing baseball.
- Games which use a ball can also be played with a frisbee or floating aerobie.
- Most games can be played with kayaks or SUP's (stand up paddleboards) on windless days.