Three crew members have been injured after an engine room fire on a Norwegian cruise ship, the operator said Thursday.
All 207 passengers aboard the ship, MS Nordlys, and some of the crew of 55 are now back on shore in Alesund in Norway, operator Hurtigruten said in a statement.
The local fire department is working to put out the fire, the operator said.
Two people were seriously injured and a dozen taken to the hospital, CNN affiliate TV2 reported.
The cruise ship was operating on a popular route from Bergen to Kirkenes when the fire broke out, forcing the vessel to stop at Alesund, according to the affiliate.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.