You posted that we should chill because we wanted to know what kind of sailor you are.
When you ask for advice of this sort, by taking you seriously we would want to know in what context.
You can go on U Tube and see Atlantic crossings of lavish porportions in almost dead calm. By reading the weather charts
yo will probably have the answer to your question.
If you're sitting around the kitchen table and wondering what it would be like to cross the atlantic in a 27 ft boat, that's fine, too.
By asking on this forum, we would want to know in what context.
You see, one couple tasked this forum for about a year various questions and finally bought a boat, sailed down into the Caribe and the boat sunk, they almost died. All this over a simple question that over 200 sailors responded to with earnest interest to help them.
We're chilled, but not like beer
; we're chilled like Chablis.
My answer? I wouldn't venture out of the bay, any bay, in a boat that small; and certainly not a big boat (39- 70 foot) without a furler
AND forestay with at least three head sails
to choose. Nor, w/o a pair of yard jacks on a gaf rig or for a schooner because the Atlantic can be so calm it'd be great to have those other two,
larger top sails
so as to turn up and close haul at hull speed