Husycat in the rough
Very wet boats in my opinion. They have a Stainless steel planing fin which sits horizontally approx two rhirds up the length of the boat and runs from one hull to the other. This helps to strengthen the structure and keeps the boats nose down in heavy seas. This allows you to keep the power on and speed up in the rough. Only problem as I see it is that keeping the bow down tends to have the boat ship a lot of water and the boats seem to constantly slamm the waves. This gets very tiring after a while. Also means you will need to get a drysuit.
tim and Gavin can tell you more. They had one for a few years and really put it to the test.
Take it easy ....but, take it all the way.