The innovation of cruising is ancient, however the hustling of cruising vessels is accepted to have begun in the Netherlands some time in the seventeenth century. Before long, in England, custom-manufactured hustling "yachting and sailing" started to rise. In 1851, the Yachting and sailing Squadron in Cowes tested the American yacht America.
The race occurred in the Solent. The America won the race and took the trophy, the America's Cup, back to the US where, held by the New York Yacht Club, it stayed until 1983. The container was then lost to the Royal Perth Yacht Club of Australia, which entered the Australia II into the challenge. In the interim, yacht hustling kept on advancing, with the improvement of perceived classes of dashing yachts, from little dinghies up to gigantic maxi yachts.