Achieving for Children

Play to Win

Bring your performance-driven and sales teams together to give them an added boost designed to harness and nurture their competitive spirit. Your teams will be pitted head-to-head in a range of inter-team challenges, races and time trials guaranteed to get them thinking about their performance both on and off the water.

Group size: Multiples of six to eight.

The benefits:

  • Increased competitive spirit back at base
  • Increased drive and motivation
  • Improved team working
  • Improved collaboration

Our team activities taken to the next extreme level, where the consequences of getting it wrong are worse than coming second – it means getting wet, and that’s just not a good look!

To win all you may need to risk all!

This event is ideally suited to a day event and teams of six to eight competitors.

Dragon Boat Tug o’ War (Dragon War)

This activity is not for the faint-hearted! Teams of competitors face off at opposite ends of the same boat facing each other separated by the marker line. When the whistle blows all hell breaks out as each team try to push the other back and cross the winning line first. The best of three bouts will decide the winning crew.

Raft Build Challenge and Race

Each team is provided with exactly the same amount of equipment and time in which to design and build their racing raft. If it does not meet the strict safety requirements of our on-site technical advisers then you will be required to rebuild and in a race against the clock – this could be catastrophic!

On completion of the raft, each team must select their racing crews and compete in the standard team distance Round Steven’s Ait Race! This is a sprint with timing and power combined required to win.

Three Challenge Initiative

Combining three of our best team challenges one after the other you are straight up against the clock. You’ll need to execute all three perfectly to ensure a winning time. Any penalties accumulated along the way with accrue as seconds which will be added to your final time. Failure to plan is planning to fail!

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