are always a bit difficult on long trips - If the boatbreaks down in Outer Bong-Bongo Land and the crew have to stay onboard for weeks waiting for spare parts
- who pays? If the crew "mend" the boat
(I mean stuff Above and Beyond the Call of Duty) - should an extra rate be paid? These factors should be thrashed out and put in the Delivery Contract
34 is quite small and will therefore take a bit longer than, say, a 40 footer. The trip from St Pete to Curacao is a bit of a pig over the first bit ( you should try to get quite a bit of East into the early part of the trip so that you can take advantage of the Trade Wind
Belt further on down - otherwise you can end up with a long old bash.)
I've done it a couple of times: once in a catamaran
and once in a 49ft mono: we took about 12 days.
"Owner Assisted Passages" - which is what you are asking about - normally get charged on an agreed daily rate with the owner picking up all the costs of food
clearance and spare parts
. It can be done with 2 people but you'd be better off with a 3rd hand (who would have a smaller daily fee).
Hope this helps! Tony