We have dealt with MOB/COB issues.
But we haven't really dealt with FIRE onboard your vessel.
When out on the water there are NO Fire Departments coming to your rescue.
Learn fire safety. Take a course in basic or advance fire fighting. On the smaller vessels the former is good.
Learn how to use fire extinguishers and other methods of fighting fire
Know what is required to be carried on your vessel. i.e. fire extinguishers, hand held or fixed. And double that amount. Mainly once you use an extinguisher it is empty and needs replacement or refilled. So you need to carry extra on board in order to maintain the level of fire protection required.
Boats with Gasoline engines need to be ventilated after fueling and ventilated before starting the engine. Propane/LNG stoves can have leakage problems that causes a pooling of flammable gases that can ignite. Sniffer alarms placed near all low areas are a good thing to have... And VENTILATE to eliminate the pooled gases.
One cup of Gasoline in the bilges is evivalent to sixteen sticks of dynamite. Have seen two nice cabin cruisers blow up and have heard of a few more that did the same.
Keep your boat clean. Oily rags in tight metal containers. Everything picked up and properly stowed.
A member of a Yacht Club... Maybe they could have fire training for their members under the supervision of the local fire department.