A "smouldering domestic outlet socket" on a passenger deck triggered a crew alert onboard P&O Cruises' Azura, according to the line.
The alarm was raised yesterday, January 28, while the ship was in port on the Caribbean island of Dominica said a spokeswoman for the line, and most passengers were onshore at the time. Cruise Critic was initially alerted to the incident by a member who posted on our forums about a potential fire.
P&O's spokeswoman said: "A technical electrical incident in a passenger area on Azura resulted in a crew alert yesterday afternoon. The incident was quickly resolved."
The 3,080-passenger Azura, one of the largest ships in the P&O fleet, left Barbados on January 24 on a 15-night cruise to Antigua. There was no change to the itinerary, according to P&O.