They have a good name in these parts
(build and speed), but they are what they are - a large dinghy
with a lid.....so ain't gonna be rounding Cape Horn on autopilot
whilst down below having a snooze for a week
I have no experiance of the areas you talk about (nor of course of your capabilities - both when sailing and when choosing not to set out).....but at least one has crossed the English Channel
(only 47 seconds - Youtube not the passage! - likely a pretty much full (daylight) day, depending which route
.....the day was clearly chosen with some care, as conditions pretty tame).
For those unfamiliar:-
I won't say she is capable of what you intend to do, nor that she will be big enough as most of all that is down to you as much as the boat (and like any small boat she would get smaller as the wind
/ sea pipes up!)....... Certainly won't be in the 30' + no brain(er) class. but IMO would not be insane to be out on in a bit of a blow, if you knew what you were doing - even if later very happy to then be back on dry land
With a trailer involved always will be a trade
off to be made. If 99% of what you intending to do is day sails
(therefore can pick the weather) then IMO mostly comes down to whether you & wife (and cat!) can live with the size.....if you can for more than the day (weekend?) you likely in a minority - but nowt wrong with that.