I did it last year in a 23 footer. As you probably know there are 2 or 3 options really..
You could shoot up the gulf stream
north of Bermuda
and follow it right across the Atlantic towards British Isles non-stop.
You could go to to Bermuda, then go north to pick up the gulf stream
then direct to UK or detour south to Azores then UK.
You could go to Bermuda then head
on a rhumb line or great circle to Azores then UK.
Myself, I went to Bermuda (10 days from Palm Beach), then north to pick up the gulf stream and direct to UK. It took five and a half weeks from Bermuda to Brixham.
But I had a steel
boat much heavier than yours with a huge keel
. I ran into half a dozen gales up there and very large seas. I wouldn't want to be up there in your boat. Go north and generally speaking stronger westerlies, favourable current
, colder, more gales. South to Azores less wind
and warmer but slower.. generally..
My boat I felt the northern route
would be best for me.. In your boat I would go to Bermuda then rhumb line to Azores then UK. Yours would cope better with the lighter winds than mine and less with the gales.. is my opinion anyway.
Lots to think about though.. good luck!