Marc Anthony's 120-foot yacht capsized after it caught fire in Miami on Wednesday night, WSVN reports.
The luxury yacht was moored at Watson Island. Although the Grammy-winning artist was not present, a few crew members were. They were evacuated to safety, according to WSVN. Luckily, no injuries were reported.
Miami Fire Rescue and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the fire and were able to contain it in about two hours. No other vessels were damaged in the blaze. Currently, it's unclear what started the fire.
Miami Fire Rescue units responded to a 120Ft yacht that was on fire at approximately 07:30pm today. Units from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and Miami Beach Fire Rescue were called upon to assist with water assets. Fire was under control within 2 hours and no other boats were damaged. pic.twitter.com/5cRYSqfbhq— Miami Fire Rescue (@CityofMiamiFire) December 19, 2019
WATCH: @CityofMiamiFire crews battle a yacht fire near the MacArthur Causeway. @HankTester is at the scene gathering details. Watch his live report at 11. https://t.co/VxYvV4TKzX pic.twitter.com/r6vAeruqRW— CBS4 Miami (@CBSMiami) December 19, 2019
TMZ reports that the yacht was valued at $7 million and boasted a Jacuzzi, satellite TV, WiFi, and other features.
Shaking it up in Miami with my boys. pic.twitter.com/9W1Sk1mdUq— Marc Anthony (@MarcAnthony) April 16, 2018