Galaxy girl, you seem to be all over the forum with questions. No offence but you also seem to have little to no knowledge of what you are trying to buy. We all started there once, BUT what you need right now before you make a large $$$ mistake you have to live with is professional help. The main reason you hire a yacht broker is to guide you through the purchase
process, to help you fulfill your exact needs, and to educate you. As with most things there are a lot of yacht brokers out there ( I know I was a broker for 20+ years) and most of them are useless. They want to sell you a boat, any boat really and move on to the next client as fast as possible. The lower the $$ value the less time they want to invest in you, also factor in their limited knowledge of every type of vessel out there and the fact that they may know less than you about the type of boat you are looking at. I would never have shown a client with your needs a fiberglass trawler
AND a wooden anything. A first time buyer owning a wooden boat is a recipe for disaster. If you want some real help I have some friends who are still in the business and may be interested in helping you before you get in trouble, send me a PM if you like and I'll try to help.
I have personally owned 20+ boats over the years and I remember the first 2 boats I owned and the nightmare I went through, and $$ lost
on the learning
curve because I thought I was smart and knowledgeable about boats back then. I wouldn't wish that process on anyone.