Single handing is often what Wayfarer cruising is all about , get away from it all (the kids!!) , find a quiet bay or sandbank, doze off , make a cuppa , read a good book whilst waiting for the tide ……..
a few modifications may be helpful:
Mast head bouyancy if you go over , a jib rather than a genoa to prevent you going over , a topping lift to keep the boom under control , a road trailer with winch rather than a combi, also have fitted a steel centre plate for stability , but not too sure if the extra weight on the land negates the benefit of extra stability at sea yet? But much better for your health than a diet of Guiness and pizza!!!