Island fire departments joined an all-out response Friday morning to a boat fire in Lake Tashmoo. Officials said there were no injuries and damage was largely contained to the boat.

Tisbury fire chief John Schilling said a 35-foot work boat belonging to John Packer caught fire while it was tied up to a pier on the west side of Tashmoo. Chief Schilling said harbor master John Crocker received a call about the fire shortly before 9 a.m.

Tisbury fire and EMS, West Tisbury fire, and Oak Bluffs police and fire responded through mutual aid. Chief Schilling said Oak Bluffs responded with a patrol boat to attack the fire from the water, while two tanker trucks from West Tisbury helped with Tisbury’s response on land. “It was out in the northern pines, no water supply,” he said.

Chief Schilling said nobody was aboard the boat at the time of the fire and it appeared the fire began in the cabin area and eventually consumed the entire cabin. The fire was contained to the boat, he said, and the response took a few hours.

There was slight damage to the pier, Chief Schilling said, but no oil spills or other damage.

Mr. Packer, who is in the commercial marine business, is in the process of conducting his own salvage, the chief said, and is working on removing the boat.