Royal Caribbean ordered a fourth Quantum-class vessel from the Meyer Werft shipyard for delivery in 2019. 

The cruise line recently announced that a third Quantum ship, Ovation of the Seas, would debut in China in 2017.

The 4,180-passenger ships have a sky-diving simulator, bumper cars and a crane-powered observation gondola. 

Royal Caribbean did not disclose the cost but said that based on current ship orders, its projected capital spending for 2019 would be $1.3 billion.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. said its projected capacity increase in 2019 would be 6.5% across all of its brands.

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