Royal Caribbean shares jumped on Wednesday after the cruise company beat Wall Street's expectations for its quarterly results. CFO Jason Liberty told Cheddar that the company's performance was boosted by cruisers' onboard spending on activities like shore excursions and dining. "They're spending more money on experiences and less money on buying stuff," he said. Liberty said Royal Caribbean is looking to improve the cruise experience further with a new app that is "taking friction out of the guest experience" by making it easier to do things like check-in. Liberty said the saved time "gives one day of a person's vacation back to them."