Two empty cruise ships have already made their way up the River Clyde, but people will get a third chance to see the unusual view tomorrow morning.

The ships, Azamara Quest and Azamara Pursuit, made sure they were spotted as their horns alerted everyone in proximity to their arrival.

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Azamara Journey is expected to make its way up the Clyde on Tuesday morning, with estimated arrival times being around 10am. 

It is currently nearing Scotland in the North-East Atlantic Ocean en route to Glasgow. 

On Friday, many were left in awe of Azamara Quest as it headed towards Shieldhall. 

Boarded with an essential crew only, the vessels will be docking at King George V Dock, Shieldhall after the coronavirus pandemic suspended cruises. 

Peel Ports confirmed the ships would be deep cleaned and spend two weeks at high sea to ensure they are free from Covid-19 before arriving at the docks. 

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