Marc Anthony's 120-foot yacht went up in flames in Miami Wednesday night.
The massive blaze was reported at about 7:30 p.m., according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.
Anthony was not on board, the singer's publicist said.
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
Incredibly proud of our @CityofMiamiFire as they tackled a fire aboard 120 ft vessel at Watson Island. Code 1 fire boats from Miami supported by @MiamiBeachFire & @MiamiDadeFire. Witnessed these professionals in action tonight with our new fire boat & they were impressive pic.twitter.com/8gy4h3gilm— Emilio T Gonzalez (@emiliotgonzalez) December 19, 2019
The two crew members on board at the time were able to escape and no injuries were reported, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.
"Boat fires can quickly go from a small compartment fire into an unstoppable blaze in a matter of minutes because of the material found onboard," the fire department said.
It took two hours to control the inferno, according to officials.