An Italian Ship which was loaded with 1,843 vehicles off the Mediterranean island of Majorca, were all consumed by fire.
According to reports, 15 of the 25 crew of Grimaldi Lines’ Grande Europa were taken off the 183-metre vessel by helicopter before the blaze was brought under control around midday.
The remainder stayed behind to tackle the blaze.
A spokeswoman for the services told AFP, “No one was hurt.
“We do not know the cause,” of the fire which started when the ship was 25 nautical miles off Majorca, she said.
It was “virtually extinguished” by 1100 GMT, the spokeswoman said, and the ship was being towed to port on Majorca.
The Vessel Finder website said Grande Europa sailed from Salerno, southwestern Italy, on Tuesday evening heading for Valencia on the Spanish mainland.