THE world's tallest cruise ship the Golden Horizon is still coming to Poole although the dates have been rescheduled.

Harbour Master, Captain Brian Murphy, has confirmed that the cruise ship will be in Poole harbour on July 29.

Having been forced to make several changes to the 2021 UK schedule in order to comply with the Government’s latest restrictions, Tradewind Voyages has released full details of the revised program.

The five voyages are as follows:

• 15-19 July Long Weekend Voyage: Dover round-trip, with visits to Cowes and Torquay

• 19-24 July The Inaugural Voyage: Dover round-trip, with visits to Cowes and Plymouth

• 24-31 July South Coast Staycation: Dover round-trip, with visits to Portsmouth, Falmouth, Dartmouth and Poole

• 31 July-4 August Cowes Week Taster: Dover to Harwich, with visits to Cowes and Torquay

• 4-14 August English South Coast and Islands: Harwich round-trip, with visits to Cowes Week, Dartmouth, Falmouth, Isle of Scilly, Plymouth and Poole (this voyage remains as previously published)

After the ships first voyage was cancelled, the official inaugural for Golden Horizon will now take place from July 19-24 and allows guests the chance to experience the ship under sail on two sea days, as well as the stops in Cowes and Plymouth.

Easy to spot with sails totalling 6,300 square metres of canvas, everyone is encouraged to look out for the ship around the coast of England this summer.

With a maximum capacity of 272 guests (136 as current Government restrictions stand) and 140 cabins that are all sea-facing, Golden Horizon is a near replica of the 1913-built ocean vessel, France II.

For full details on the ship and her voyages in the UK and beyond, see