Tall ships are in Whitehaven.
La Malouine has been in Barrow for over a week and was open for visits during the weekend.
They have been waiting outside Whitehaven since last night.
The twin masted French Brigantine, registered in the Port of Dumfries, started life in Gdansk, Poland, and was transformed in to the current brigantine in 1992, sailing the Baltic Sea under the name Willem.
She enjoyed a career in the charter business, carrying sailing guests, taking part in match races and participating in many sailing ship events.
In 2010, she was sold to a French owner and renamed La Malouine. It took Roy Kerr three years to buy her and bring here to Scotland.
Tall Ship La Malouine is a not-for-profit organisation.
She is due to be passing St Bees by 9.30am today, Tuesday, and arriving in Whitehaven by 10am.
About 30 minutes ahead of La Malouine is the Pelican of London.
The only Mainmast Barquentine in the world, equipped and approved for worldwide travel with young people.
Her rig is based on ancient pirate ships called Xebec, the most successful pirate ships of the Mediterranean for 200 years. Because of her rigging, the Pelican can sail over 20 degrees nearer the wind than any square rigger at sea.
Today, she is owned and run by the charity organisation Seasyourfuture, which has worked with youngsters for many years.