The fire onboard the Hoegh Xiamen has been brought under control but is still burning, the Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department said in an update.
The June 4 fire at Blount Island in Jacksonville resulted in an explosion which injured eight fire fighters, including two with serious burn injuries. All 21 crew members were uninjured in the fire.
A video showing the explosion:
The 4,900 ceu capacity Höegh Xiamen is registered in Norway and was built in 2010. It is operated by Höegh Autoliners on a service connecting East Asia with North America and the Caribbean via the Panama Canal.
Fire fighters have spend several days battling the blaze.