Cruise ship BLACK WATCH fire

According to the Cruise Capital website in the U.K., "a fire broke out aboard Fred Olsen Cruise Line’s Black Watch in the morning July 1 as the ship made its way to Madeira." The fire, which started in the auxiliary engine room reportedly damaged three engines used to generate power onboard the cruise ship.
Cruise Capital said that the fire was extinguished by the crew. The site stated that "the four main engines are undamaged by the fire, but further investigations will need to be undertaken, before an attempt to restart them later today. Repairs are expected to be made en-route to Madeira."
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