You will really need to specify your constraints better because the short answer is yes, what you describe is entirely possible, but without knowing whether you are limited to a particular budget, process, or aesthetic, it's not a particularly useful answer.
Some machines (ex. Stratasys Connex 1000) will print models up to 1m in length, so sure, you could print an entire hull with the dimensions you specify.
- Monohull construction
- Excellent surface finish
- Many resin options are UV and salt water resistant with decent enough durability
- Ridiculously expensive machine with decently expensive resins
- It will waste plenty of support material in printing (which means added cost too)
- Not really easily accessible, but some design studios will have them and will print things for you, for a cost
Other machines (ex. Ultimaker 2 Extended) will print models up to 30cm along the vertical axis. It would require some assembly in the end, but you could segment your build and get a boat hull in the end.
- Easily accessible
- Fairly low cost (Maybe under \$1000 for the machine vs nearly \$1M and many filaments cost 1/10th that of polyjet resins or sintering powders)
- The materials themselves can be UV resistant and salt water resistant
- Joinery and seams create passageways for water ingress, so you'd need secondary sealant
- The FDM process itself isn't always watertight, so you'd need sealant anyway
- Low interlayer adhesion limits the tensile strength along one axis and the shear strength in one plane, so you'd either need composite hull panels with varying print orientations (in which case, just do a composite layup instead) or a fairly careful analysis of principle hydrodynamic stresses
There's significantly more to the discussion as well, but without really understanding your design constraints, it's difficult to give any concrete advice.