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It will be the first time she has sailed from New York.
It will be her first time to sail from New York.
It will be the first time for her to sail from New York.

Are all correct and do all carry about the same meaning?

Thanks
LiJ
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Hi Lij,

Yes and yes. Also, It will be her first time sailing from NY.

Best wishes, - A.
Also, is Future Simple possible as well: It'll be the first time he will sail from New-York?
What about Present Simple?
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It will be the first time he will be sailing . . .

It is the first time he is sailing . . . .

These don't sound like things I've heard, but I can't say there's something wrong with them.
No, I meant: "It'll be the first time he sails from New-York"
It will be the first time he will be sailing . . . It will be the first time he sails . . .

It is the first time he is sailing . . . . It is the first time he sails . . . . (Sounds like an announcer at an Evil Knievel event)

These don't sound like things I've heard, but I can't say there's something wrong with them.

(Sorry, I was having posting problems) Sure, It will be the first time he sails is fine.
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Thanks!
Thanks, Avangi and Ant_222.

Got it!

LiJ