You did not ask, but here is my opinion any way about your trip north up the west coast of USA.
For this trip north at this time of year with fall here & winter coming on soon the boat better be well founded & set up properly.
This is a lea shore trip the whole way north & no place for some weekend bay boat.
Many bays & harbors enroute on this trip route close the entrance when it gets rough due to a " Bar" at the entrance, so keep that in mind.
I recommend from experience that you better be set up & able to change fuel filters with out turning the engine off. Bring plenty of extra fuel filters. Save your receipt & buy more than you need & then you can return them after you arrive up there.
Also, Boat & engine & trans, shaft & prop as well as all steering gear better be in top condition.
NOTE: Probably won't need it, but Be sure & take a emergency life raft with you in case of a major issue. I have an 8 man raft you can borrow for the trip if you want to use it & will loan it to you free. Just come & pick it up.
ALL That said here we go.
I can not stress enough what an arduous trip during winter time
that it can sometimes turn out to be going north bound from SF Bay to Straits of Juan de Fuca
once your turn north out of San Francisco Bay & head out past Drakes Bay, going around Pt Reyes into the full force of the north Pacific Ocean seas.
I can guess the short 50 mile jaunt to Bodega Bay you have already done in good weather was a fun trip & Bodega Bay is a good harbor of refuge. That was the easy part & Going north from there it gets a lot tougher.
I have been there & done this myself several times & have gotten hammered pretty good a time or two during the winter time & enroute some too when going up there.
Pick your weather window right & it can be a beautiful & fun trip if you don't have a schedule your trying to stick to.
BTW - I recommend after May as earliest in the year to start this trip or during summer time for this trip.
Here is the approximate mileage break down for reference.
SF bay entrance to Pt Reyes -- 28 miles
Pt Reyes to Bodega Bay entrance -- 23 miles
Bodega Bay entrance to Shelter Cove -- 117 miles
Shelter Cove to entrance to Eureka entrance -- 54 miles
Eureka entrance to Crescent City entrance -- 60 miles
Crescent City entrance to Port Orford entrance-- 65 miles
Port Orford entrance to Coos Bay entrance -- 51 miles
Coos Bay entrance to Newport entrance -- 77 miles
Newport entrance to Tillamook entrance - 55 miles
Tillamook entrance to Columbia River light ship @ outer entrance - 40 miles
Columbia River light ship at outer entrance to Grays harbor entrance -- 44 miles
Grays Harbor entrance to Cape Flattery entrance -- 96 miles
Cape Flattery to Port Townsend entrance -- 86 miles
Port Townsend entrance to Puget Sound entrance -- 40 miles
So there is your trip to Puget Sound in a nut shell. -- or Approximately 836 miles
Going north - That will take you about 140 hours of running at 6 knots.
Coming south - it takes about 120 hours & your can go about 7 knots.
The boat is a new to you boat, so you won't know the exact fuel burn, however, Going north I would guestimate & figure fuel burn @ 3 to 4 gal hour hour per engine to be safe
. -- So guessing 420 to 560 gal plus 10% reserve per engine
. --- YOUR MILEAGE WILL VERY !
VERY important - Pick your weather window
Often you may need to stop in a harbor while enroute & lay over - some times for a day or a couple days, some times a week, maybe even more, so don't have a schedule.
Winter time on this coast can be quite rough, so pick the weather & run for cover before the BAR's close !
Personally, I would recommend you wait till spring time like after May 2018.
Can be a very pretty & very fun trip if you don't have a schedule.
I was going north one trip past Mendocino & we had "get there itas" - so we got the snot knocked out of us up there.
So be careful as it was not very comfortable.
Keep it safe.