Thanks again guys. Also, if I were to take this journey in this boat what are some things I should look into on the boat itself to make sure she's sea worthy?
The first thing is to keep the water out and the boat upright. Therefore I would haul her out and check the keel. See what kind of shape the keelbolts are in and if they need to be tightened, and see if there's any separation of the keel from the hull. Also check your thru-hull fittings and make sure they're all ball valve-type seacocks, not old gate valves. Check the rudder and post, tiller, etc. Fix any freeplay, worn fittings, etc. Give her a bottom job while you're at it.
Next, check the rig. Every inch of it. Better yet, get a rigger to do it. Replace any cracked or stressed parts & make sure all your cotter pins are in good shape, etc. Be especially mindful of the chainplates and whatever they're attached to.
Take a good look at your sails, running rigging and hardware such as blocks, sheaves, traveler, vang, etc. etc.
Check the condition of the stanchion bases, if they have backing plates, if the fiberglass around them is cracked, etc. and fix them.
Take a hose and spray all your portlights & hatches to see if they leak. If they do, fix them.
Make sure your non-skid does it's job when wet and if not redo it.
Get your outboard serviced and make sure your fuel tank is clean.
Basically you want to look at everything and fix whatever isn't right.