Scoobert, a year ago I rather strongly suggested that you actually go sailing, on the ocean, in less than ideal conditions, before
you go much farther along with your frequently-changing plans. Have you done that? Because, it doesn't sounds like you have.
Frankly, it sounds to me like you get a notion and then start pursuing it with great mental energy, without having sufficiently thought through the fundamental problems with your notion, first. This results in you flailing around in ultimately fruitless directions. And, you don't seem to want to listen to people who have lots more knowledge and experience.
If you want to end up like that fellow in post #32, then go for it. Tilt at all the windmills you want, but watching you do this is a lot like watching:
First, find out if you both can, and enjoy, long distance sailing! Before you spend tons of money
and make huge decisions you can't easily back away from.
Then, if the answer to #1 is yes, and yes, and you have $200K with which to do it, then go find a boat that will fit within your budget
and still leave you with a sufficient cruising kitty. There are lots of available boats that will do the job. Might not be what you fantasize about, might not be as big, luxurious, fast, etc., but the sunsets are the same -- just keep that in mind.
But, seriously, Scoobert, you sound like you're wasting a lot of time and energy pursuing silly ideas that will only endanger yourself/others or spend your money
in ways that won't give you what you want. So, unless you just enjoy giving those of us who derive voyeuristic pleasure from watching train wrecks more entertainment, then why not actually listen and think for a bit?