My idea was to use 2 stages for an interstellar spacecraft (particularly the Orion Drive) and use it in a way similar to Project: Daedalus. Phase 1 would involve accelerating to cruising speed following assembly in orbit, and that cruising speed is 0.04 c, which will then slow down as we approach the Wolf 1061c (the target planet) system in Phase 2. The First Stage is the Earth/Sol Departure Stage and then we have the second stage decelerate in the target system, known as the System Insertion Stage and enter the orbit of the planet. The two will accelerate/decelerate at 1 G/9.81 m/s^2, for 14 days to reach the 0.04 c mark, send a seedship-sleeper ship hybrid and spend the rest of the trip cruising. There is a problem; is this appropriate? If not, what are some issues I need to concern myself with?
EDIT #1: I am also going to provide a link for those of you who do not know what "mission profile" is by giving you a hands-on interplanetary or orbital example. Mission Profile Description, Definition and Example
EDIT #2: And the technology in this setting is very near-term, for the purposes of making a spacecraft with plausible technology. In addition, the purpose is to basically colonise a new planet. However, by the time they arrive.....well, you boys and girls might wish to kiss humanity on Earth goodbye. :P