A fire in a Hong Kong marina Sunday morning spread quickly sinking ten cabin cruisers and ignited fuel tanks along a line of moored boats. Eventually, the fire was extinguished. Authorities there said 16 vessels were caught fire, including those that sank, but there were no casualties. The fire began around 2:30 am and took firefighters more than six hours to put out, reports say. Exploding fuel tanks were captured on video followed by thick, black, billowing smoke. Dozens of people were moved out of the boats and nearby boats.