Aren't you talking about something like 300 miles?
If things were calm enough to be relatively comfortable, you'd have many days of sailing with nothing but the tramp to sit on. Think 5 knots for 60 hours.
If there were enough wind
to make speed, you'd be doing the rock'n'roll out there, hanging off the trap wire with the uncleated mainsheet in one hand and the hiking stick in the other, on the ragged edge of a knockdown the whole time. That's a lot of fun from time to time, but hours on end? Think 20 knots for 15 hours. No thanks!
Take a Hobie out in big wind and big water
, see what it's like to take a knockdown, and figure out how to swim it around 180 degrees so you can point the mast
into the wind and get the wind to help you right the boat, followed by a lightning-fast jibe to regain your original heading. Now think about doing that over and over again... and in the DARK?!?!? Sell this idea to one of those extreme sports shows, and have them trail you with a camera
boat. It might save your life!