Here's a better way to ask for help; I've been thinking about this since I read your original post on Friday.
First, let me blunt. There are many highly experienced offshore captains that visit this site. Your original post of I'm new to offshore and I need directions; combined with the current small craft warning was read as as I'm new, I don't know were I'm going and I want to go offshore at great risk.
My suggestion would be that you review the offshore reports and you will see tuna, shark and mahi are available. Let people know the size and type of boat you have, what type of power, electronics, safety gear, and the level of experience you have in fishing, navigation and boat skills with inshore and offshore waters. Also, point out if other people with extensive offshore experience will be joining you. And, of course, what type of fish you are after. Give the people on this board enough info to help you. If you have minimal experience or other boat/gear factors that indicate a potential problem; many will suggest that you try a couple of offshore charters to see what its like offshore.