After hearing the stories of sailing from the boys, the girls asked the Naval Sea Cadet Corps of U.S. for a kind of similar trip. At the request of these girls arrangement were made and the crew of six teenage girls finished their nine-day East Coast sailing trip in Mount Sinai. They completed their trip on Monday. During their trip they bravely fought with all the challenges that came. They countered seasickness, pushed the high winds and did the navigation in overnight shifts.

Kerry Monaghan of the crew member of Islip turned 17 while completing her trip run by the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, and it was a very exciting experience for her. She called this experience the one which she will remember all of her life. She said, “The trip started amazing. It was really a great experience to just look out onto the water and nothing else. There was no land, only the blue sky,”

She added, “In the Mount Sinai at the dock on Monday, the trip taught me a lot. The biggest thing that trip taught me was, no matter how many plans you make, but you have to change that plan always when you are sailing and you have to come up with a new direction.” Natalie Puello, the fellow sailor of Monaghan is just 16; she found the trip so amazing that she wrote a rap tune on it. The tune goes thus “I never thought I’d see a day, a female trip on a ship going underway.”

The Sea Cadet teens that sail from the Long Island on the boat Nada, that was 47-foot were all male. The team members are kept of the same gender because, the sleeping accommodations on the boat was tight, said Roger Noakes, of South Setauket. He was the one who captained the boat. For the first time he took out all-girl crew.