Umm... just how much experience do you have designing boats??
Also, where are you getting the numbers for the displacement from??
On a long trip it is probably better to have a displacement hull that will get you there safely, than a planing hull that will pound and break under the stress... If speed is an issue, you should probably be looking at multihulls rather than a monohull.
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