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Jim and Lisa Favors on Kismet

Jim and Lisa Favors Great Loop Blog – Cruising on Kismet

We’ve spent five years as full-time, long distance cruisers completing the Great Loop boat trip almost twice. Shortly after we embarked on our first Loop trip we felt a great need to share with others what a trip like this would be like. We hope through our posts and photography readers will get a real sense of what it’s like to be a “Looper.”

The Favors share an unbridled passion for boating continues with their new blog, Trailer Trawler Life. “After spending five years as long distance cruisers, completing the Great Loop boat trip almost twice in two different 40′ boats, we decided to change the way we boat. We wanted to expand our cruising horizons in the United States and Canada, both so rich in spectacular waterways and historic events. We sold our 40-foot Fathom trawler to buy a Ranger Tug R27, a trailerable trawler. We’re excited and invigorated to learn and share the interesting things we discover while towing our boat all over the United States and Canada. We also use Kismet as a “Boaterhome” while traveling between cruising destinations. We stay at RV parks across the country using Kismet as a recreational vehicle while on the road. We believe trailerable trawling is the wave of the future in boating. It’s a great way to see our great country and neighboring Canada”– Jim and Lisa Favors

Read more about the Favors decision to downsize to a trailerable trawler…
Time for a Change or Upside of Downsizing

Jim and Lisa Favors have served on America’s Great Loop Cruisers’ Association (AGLCA) Advisory Board. Both wrote for Boat US Cruising Logs for over five years and Jim is a past contributing editor for Waterway Guides. the Favors have published two boating books, When the Water Calls, We Follow  (27 Loopers tell their tales about their experiences), and Women On Board Cruising (25 women, long-distance cruisers share their thoughts about this amazing lifestyle). They recently began a series on trailerable trawlering and boaterhoming, Upside of Downsizing to a Trailerable Trawler, is the first edition in this series.

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