If you don't like working more than sailing the teak decks are an issue. The wood masts require a once every six months hoist up the mast to check for wood rot
. Wood masts can last a very long time if maintained properly. Each time there is a chip in the paint
it must be addressed before dry rot
can start. If you don't want to do that then get aluminum
I maintained an old wood boat for several years and when I had to move to the east coast
(Navy move) and the boat was on the west coast
I truly was heartbroken to have to sell her. If you are living aboard
a wood boat these tasks become easier because they become routine but if you have to leave your wood boat for months at a time they deteriorate.
Good luck in your choice.