I have found in life that a fixed viewpoint for every situation does not work.
Years ago in my 20s a friend of mine inherited a very large boat. Everyone was telling him to sell and get something he could learn on and manage himself. We were in our 20s then.
I asked Pete what HE wanted. After thinking, he said that as it was his fathers and there were many memories and attachments to the boat, he wanted to keep it. His boating
experience was minimal. We sat on the deck
drinking coffee and thinking.
I said to him: "well, then there is no other boat no other size and no other way to do this... you have to start and learn with this boat."
A few of us gave up our weekend fishing
trips for a while and went out with him and taught him what we knew.. soon he was proficient, then he was amazing, then he went on to take professional courses and ended up being a charter
boat owner somewhere. (We have lost
Bottom line is that if you have a big boat, you will handle it. YOu have no choice. If you set your goals and work towards them then it will happen.