FILE – In an aerial view, Royal Caribbeans Icon of the Seas, billed as the worlds largest cruise ship, heads out to sea for its second voyage from PortMiami on Feb. 3, 2024, in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A fire broke out this week on and also experienced a brief loss of power, according to reports.

The Royal Caribbean Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but a company spokesperson confirmed the incident to USA Today, who said the fire happened on Tuesday while the ship was docked in Costa Maya – a tourist region in Southeast Mexico.

No one was injured during the fire, which was quickly extinguished and isolated to an area where crew members worked, the Royal Caribbean spokesperson told the outlet.

The statement added that the Icon of the Seas’ backup power was “immediately” activated, and the ship’s main power system was eventually restored back to normal.

Icon of the Seas capacity and other things to know

Icon of the Seas entered into service in January. The ship has 18 passenger decks with 20 decks in total and eight “neighborhoods” for guests to enjoy.

It has the capacity for 2,350 crew members and 5,610 guests with its 2,805 state rooms at double occupancy, The ship offers 28 room categories that range from standard rooms to suites and new layouts for families of three, four, five, six and more, the company said.

The ship also has seven different pools, nine whirlpools, and six water slides, including the tallest waterslide to sail – called “the Frightening Bolt” — and the first open freefall waterslide on a cruise – called “the Pressure Drop.”

According to Royal Caribbean International’s website, a standard room on the ship’s seven-day Caribbean voyage costs between $1,450 and $1,850. Guests interested in renting suites can spend anywhere from $2,900 to $4,800.