Ok, I have to weigh in here again :-) Puska2 are you from Chile
? Native language?
Based on your responses so far I would advise, if you are keen, to buy your boat and spend the year cruising local waters. The ocean is real and unprepared with a 30K boat odds are you are going to put other peoples lives in danger
including your crew.
Now I hear your desire is to become prepared and that is a noble desire. Reading is part of it but DOING is the important bit. I just had a text from a friend who spent the last few hours in survival mode in the Bahamas
. I took him out a few weeks ago aboard his 55' (3/4 of a million dollar) catamaran
(we sailed over to Bahamas
and back in 24 hours) and quickly realized he was woefully unprepared for the reality of offshore
(or nearshore) sailing. I mention the price
cause it doesn't matter, 30K, 750K..........the lack of experience lead to the same results.
He asked me to be "brutally honest" and I was. I observed all and wrote a DETAILED report. To his credit he set about DOING what I suggested and is safer now however, as I read of his misadventures this evening it wasn't hard to figure out what went wrong.
This is fine when close to home but in the southern ocean a whole different story. I don't care about you so much but as a veteran of the US Coast Guard I've seen first hand and risked my life to rescue
those who should not have been "out there".
Another note, 30K for the boat, it's going to be spartan if it's strong. That is cool but be prepared. Hand steering
for days on end is grueling.............grueling. The systems are going to be dated. That may be ok but you need someone to check all out. The metal fatigue alone in the rig is suspect and again, for the route you are proposing your rig will be pushed to the extreme.
Getting late here. I truly wish you all the best. One of the marks of good seamanship is knowing ones limits.