The San Francisco Fire Department and the Port of San Francisco continue to investigate what caused the four-alarm fire that ripped through Pier 45 Saturday.
The powerful blaze destroyed a warehouse and was close to making severe damage to the historic SS Jeremiah O'Brien, a ship used during World War II.
Over 100 firefighters were on scene battling the fire which was contained several hours later Saturday.
No deaths or major injuries were reported during the incident, but one firefighter suffered a severe laceration to the hand and was taken to the hospital. The firefighter was released hours later and sent home to be with his family.
According to Larry Collins from the San Francisco Community Fishing Association, thousands of crab, shrimp and black cod traps worth up to $5 million were lost in the blaze, thus taking a devastating toll on the city's fishing industry.
SFFD and Port of San Francisco officials said during a press conference Tuesday that the investigation is a "detailed, methodical and scientific" process and it has not yet been determined when new information will be available.
The SS Jeremiah has been moved out of Pier 45 and into Pier 35 north to continue with the cleaning and investigation at the scene of the fire.
"We're able to get closer to get visual inspections, and other inspections of things like the concrete and the decking underneath," said Randy Quezada with the Port of San Francisco.