Hmmm...let's see. There are thousands of boats, literally, which have done that passage
over the years, including the great square riggers. Many yachts have done it, too.
Check out Ocean Passages of the World. Check out www.noonsight.com
. Lots of round-the-world races have done that routing, too. The tracks of many racers can still be found on the race
In general, the strategy is to sail to the Brazilian coast, thru the doldrums, thru the easterly tradewinds, to the northern latitudes before taking departure for Bermuda
, the Azores
, and the Med.
You might also check out the pilot charts
of the North and South Atlantic for the month(s) you plan to go. These are available free online.