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Last Update : 2011-06-17

ATTENTION: We do not sell these hulls! This is a list of available fiberglass 1/144th scale warship hulls compiled from both retailers and individuals who are creating hulls. These hulls are sorted by Model Warship Combat, Inc. (MWC) battle units and all values pertain to the MWC rules. Please note that some of these hulls are available as "Full Kits ", "Hull Kits" or as "Hull Only". Contact each manufacturer concerning their pricing and availability.

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Available 1/144th Fiberglass Hulls
ShipCountryUnitsSpeedManufacturerReviewerScaleLayupComments
Iowasmall flag 8 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Iowasmall flag 8 24 Strike Models        
Yamatosmall flag 8 24 Battler's Connection Bryan Finster B A Much closer to scale than any previous Yamato hull. Everything is correct with the exception of the boat hangers which lack the correct radius. No compromises to the hull shape have been made to ease sheeting so sheeting skill is required. His superstructure is very scale but is made of heavier resin. Hopefully he will make a fiberglass option available in the future.
Yamatosmall flag 8 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Yamatosmall flag 8 24 Ralph Coles Bryan Finster C B A nice heavy hull with plenty of strength. However the bow (while still pretty) is incorrect and the armor belt is the wrong shape. The angle of the bulge has been shallowed for ease of sheeting. Molded in skegs are very nice and his fiberglass superstructure is a nice item.
Vanguardsmall flag 7 24 Strike Models        
Bismarcksmall flag 6.5 24 Battler's Connection        
Bismarcksmall flag 6.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Bismarcksmall flag 6.5 24 Ralph Coles Bob Amend A A Outstanding job on this hull by Ralph. Lines are correct. Nice thick hull. No wood was needed to back the ribs. Ralph did an outstanding job on this hull.
Bismarcksmall flag 6.5 24 Strike Models Chris Pearce C NR Beautiful hull for a beautiful ship but extra volume in the stern causes an aesthetic and competitive disadvantage.
Littoriosmall flag 6.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Littoriosmall flag 6.5 24 Strike Models        
Vittorio Venetosmall flag 6.5 24 Strike Models        
King George Vsmall flag 6 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
King George Vsmall flag 6 24 Ralph Coles        
King George Vsmall flag 6 24 Strike Models Chris Pearce A NR Ronny Hunt built the plug for this hull and did an excellent job.
Nagatosmall flag 6 24 Battler's Connection Gerald Roberts A A Nice job of duplicating the massive bulges that this class has; great layup which includes the casments; deck kit is a must along with the superstructure which is accurate and expeditious for an intermediate to advanced building project.
Nagatosmall flag 6 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Nagatosmall flag 6 24 Strike Models Chris Pearce B NR David Haynes built this plug and did a very nice job but it acquired just a bit of extra volume in a couple of areas. It will most likely require the full +10% displacement in order to float at the scale waterline.
North Carolinasmall flag 6 24 Battler's Connection Bob Hoernemann A A The NC hull by BC is very good. It has the correct scale bulges and armor belt. This makes for some extra work sheeting the ship but is much nicer then the slab sided hulls. BC also has the skegs molded into the hull cutting down another construction step if they were not there. The layup and thickness of the hull where perfect. I've had it in many battles and the hull is holding up very well. The length of the armor belt had extra material in it. A must for the 1/8" stringer.
North Carolinasmall flag 6 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
North Carolinasmall flag 6 24 Strike Models Chris Pearce B NR Very nice hull but scale has been compromised a bit by omitting the skegs in order to make the layup better and lowering the torpedo bulges slightly so that they are legally impenetrable and don't need to be sheeted.
Richelieusmall flag 6 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Richelieusmall flag 6 24 Strike Models        
Nelsonsmall flag 6 26 Dreadnought Hulls        
Nelsonsmall flag 6 26 Ralph Coles        
Rodney/ Nelsonsmall flag 6 26 Ralph Coles        
South Dakotasmall flag 6 26 Battler's Connection        
South Dakotasmall flag 6 26 Dreadnought Hulls        
South Dakotasmall flag 6 26 Ralph Coles Kevin Bray A A I really like my SoDak hull purchased from Ralph. Having built in skegs is great and the thickness of the hull is very good.
Hoodsmall flag 5.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Hoodsmall flag 5.5 24 Strike Models        
Agincourtsmall flag 5.5 26 Dreadnought Hulls        
Arizonasmall flag 5.5 26 Strike Models Chris Pearce A NR An excellent hull.
Fuso (B)small flag 5.5 26 Battler's Connection Brandon Smith B A I have built 2 Fuso's from the BC hull. Very good layup that is quite strong but not too thick. The only thing I do not like about the hull is the omission of the casemate guns. The sides are smooth the entire length of the ship. This probably eases layup, but all the other BC hulls with similar features now have them molded in and I would like to see the same done with the Fuso hull. Other than that, it is a great hull!
Hyuga (Ise)small flag 5.5 26 Dreadnought Hulls        
Maryland (B)small flag 5.5 26 Battler's Connection Chris Pearce A A One of Charley's best! He really did the research on this one and the quality shows.
Queen Elizabethsmall flag 5.5 26 Ralph Coles Chris Pearce B B Serviceable and good looking hull but is a bit lumpy and the casemates are not symmetrical on both sides. Samples I've seen can have problems with casemate height being asymmetrical on either side too.
Bob Hoernemann B A I battled this hull for 5 years. The hull has taken a beating with several ribs broken out and a lot of the casement area chipped away. It has held up well for the number of battles it has been in. The casements are a little off from port to starboard but it does not make a differance on the water.
Tennesseesmall flag 5.5 26 Bryan Michenfelder Chris Pudifin B A Very slight modifications to hull to ease sheeting (Scale B), a very nice hull, with only a very few small pin size air bubbles in surface that were cut away when windows were cut anyway (Layup A). Overall a great hull with lots of room for big hands and all your gear. Great job on finish and good customer service from molder.
Tennessee (B)small flag 5.5 26 Strike Models Brian Eliassen NR NR Beautiful ship which will become my USS California. Swampworks two-layered mat process is really nice. No idea what 'scale' is for this ship hence the NR scale rating.
Chris Pearce A NR Andy Ray built the plug and the excellence shows.
Warspitesmall flag 5.5 26 Dreadnought Hulls        
Badensmall flag 5.5 28 Dreadnought Hulls        
Badensmall flag 5.5 28 Rich Wands        
Badensmall flag 5.5 28 Strike Models Chris Pearce A NR An excellent hull.
Clark Ward B A Beautiful hull, the fiberglass work is done nicely, plenty thick without reinforcing. Gelcoat is consistent with no blemishes. My only issue is that the casemates aren't molded into the hull so it gets a B for scale appearance. But I'm very happy with it otherwise and recommend it to anyone looking to join or reinforce the High Seas Fleet.
Scharnhorstsmall flag 5 24 Battler's Connection Chris Pearce C A A nice looking ship but the armor belt is located too low on the hull and the hull has excessive volume. Probably suffers from poor source material.
Scharnhorstsmall flag 5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Scharnhorstsmall flag 5 24 Rich Wands        
Iron Dukesmall flag 5 26 Battler's Connection Brian Lamb C A 1) Bow height is 1/2" too short and does not match the height at the aft end of the forecastle deck which is correct.
2) Ram bow is incorrect (I have been told this was done to ease layup)
3) First several inches of the bow are shaped incorrectly (too thick and plow shaped)
4) Casemate decks are different heights (starboard casemates are shorter than port)
The fiberglass layup is excellent. With a bit of elbow grease, the issues with the bow are correctable with some judicious application of wood, glass and resin. The problem with the casemate heights is negligible as it is fairly easily concealed. Should make an excellent combat ship overall.
Konigsmall flag 5 28 Battler's Connection Chris Pearce A A Another excellent hull in Charley's stable. Well researched and built.
Alaskasmall flag 4.5 24 Strike Models        
Derfflingersmall flag 4.5 24 Strike Models        
Dunkerquesmall flag 4.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Dunkerquesmall flag 4.5 24 Strike Models        
Kongosmall flag 4.5 24 Strike Models        
Lionsmall flag 4.5 24 Battler's Connection Clark Ward A A Good solid hull, no voids nor air bubbles. Floats at scale waterline at scale weight, and the lines look right. The hull I purchased is still in good shape 6 years later.
Lionsmall flag 4.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Queen Marysmall flag 4.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Tigersmall flag 4.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Andrea Doriasmall flag 4.5 28 Battler's Connection        
Courageoussmall flag 4 24 Rich Wands        
Furious (Courageous)small flag 4 24 Strike Models        
Indefatigablesmall flag 4 26 Ralph Coles        
Invinciblesmall flag 4 26 Strike Models        
Moltkesmall flag 4 26 Dreadnought Hulls        
Moltkesmall flag 4 26 Strike Models Kevin Bray B NR A 'workhorse' of a ship. Very nice lines. A few 'scale freaks' tell me that the nose is not 'defined' enough (but I like it anyways......)
Chris Pearce A NR Very nice German battlecruiser hull.
Von der Tannsmall flag 4 26 Battler's Connection Chris Pearce A A Charley did a great job on this one.
Espanasmall flag 4 28 Rich Wands        
Floridasmall flag 4 28 Ralph Coles        
Kawachi/ Settsusmall flag 4 28 Rich Wands        
Mississippi/ Kilkissmall flag 4 28 Battler's Connection        
Nassausmall flag 4 28 Mark Kuntz        
South Carolinasmall flag 4 28 Strike Models        
Viribus Unitis (Teggetthoff)small flag 4 28 Dreadnought Hulls        
Admiral Hippersmall flag 3.5 23 Ralph Coles Chris Pearce D B This hull has several problems with the entire hull being about 3/8" too short in height and also too short in length to represent the Prinz Eugen. The bow shape is also incorrect for any of the ships in this class.
Bob Pottle - - Rebuttal: Ralph's Hipper suffered from very poor source material (a Goff plan which turned out to be inaccurate in hull depth). Regarding Chris's comment of course it is too short for the Prinz Eugen. The PE was longer and heavier than the other members of the Hipper Class so that comment is unfair and has nothing to do with a Hipper hull.
Tim Krakowski C A I purchased one and used it at NATS in 2000. While some of the scale problems have already been mentioned it was a very good cruiser. I had no problems whatsoever with the hull. It was strong and turned better than you may think.
Des Moinessmall flag 3.5 23 Battler's Connection Brandon Smith B B The Des Moines under construction in our club is a great looking ship. A little bit lacking in scale lines around the bow but otherwise a decent hull. The hull has appropriate volume.
Deutchlandsmall flag 3.5 23 Dreadnought Hulls        
Deutchlandsmall flag 3.5 23 Strike Models        
Graf Speesmall flag 3.5 23 Mark Kuntz Bryan Michenfelder A B This is a nice bulged hull originally by Ralph Coles. It has great lines and is nice and roomy while being in scale. It has a much nicer presentation than the slab sided ones out there. My hull had a little thick at the nose but it was well within my allowable solid area. My son loves this ship.
Prinz Eugensmall flag 3.5 23 Battler's Connection John Pardus A B The new Prinz Eugen hull from Battler's Connection is a beauty to behold. A little sanding was required to remove a mold line at the center of the hull along the bottom, but other wise it is free of any flaws. The hull is strong and the glass is thick as many of the hulls now coming from Battler's Connection.
Clevelandsmall flag 3 22 Battler's Connection        
Edinburgh (Belfast)small flag 3 22 Dreadnought Hulls        
Aobasmall flag 3 23 Battler's Connection        
Bolzanosmall flag 3 23 Dreadnought Hulls        
Brooklynsmall flag 3 23 Strike Models Chris Pearce A NR A very nice hull. I have one and like it quite a bit.
Canariassmall flag 3 23 Strike Models        
Exetersmall flag 3 23 Strike Models Piper Malick A NR Very solid model. No defects and scale was excellent.
London/ Dorsetshiresmall flag 3 23 Bob Pottle        
London/ Dorsetshiresmall flag 3 23 Rich Wands        
Mogamismall flag 3 23 Bryan Michenfelder        
Northamptonsmall flag 3 23 Strike Models        
Suffernsmall flag 3 23 Battler's Connection Chris Pearce C A One of Charley's earlier efforts. It's good looking but suffers from poor source material and has an excessive amount of hull volume. Even when illegally heavy it still has too much freeboard.
Brandon Smith B A Great hull from Charlie though it does have a tad bit extra freeboard from scale. Mine is a good pound overweight yet still floats a bit above scale waterline. The hull itself is great very nice looking and quite durable. About the only downside I can think of is that the step is too far forward for the Foch/Dupleix which had slightly differing superstructures.
Tonesmall flag 3 23 Dreadnought Hulls        
Lexingtonsmall flag 3 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Aganosmall flag 2.5 22 Strike Models Chris Pearce A NR An Andy Ray masterpiece.
Atlantasmall flag 2.5 22 Battler's Connection Chris Pearce D A Charley's Atlanta suffered from poor source materials and has an excessive amount of hull volume - to the point that even at the max +25% weight it still has too much freeboard. It also has too much curvature in the deck line.
Atlantasmall flag 2.5 22 Strike Models Chris Pearce A NR Swampy's Atlanta is an excellent scale model.
Koln/ Konigsburgsmall flag 2.5 22 Battler's Connection        
Krasnyi Krym (Profintern)small flag 2.5 22 Bob Pottle        
La Galissonnieresmall flag 2.5 22 Strike Models        
Nurnbergsmall flag 2.5 22 Dreadnought Hulls        
Midwaysmall flag 2.5 24 Dreadnought Hulls        
Scharnhorstsmall flag 2.5 26 Battler's Connection David Asman A A This ship most likely has the largest hull volume in it's assigned MWC class (2) which is a real luxury for placing internal components. The hull design also permits a large amoung of solid area that will still conform to the MWC ruleset. A very satisfactory secondary ship.
Clark Ward A A Scale-wise, it's not only got the over shape right, but it has well-defined shapes molded correctly, even in places that sadly will never be seen in a combat model. In short, it looks good enough to do a detailed scale model with. The layup is 99% perfect, and they did not skimp on material in/around the many casements on this ship. Very happy with the hull.
Warrior/ Duke of Edinburghsmall flag 2.5 26 Strike Models        
Bearnsmall flag 2.5 28 Dreadnought Hulls        
Abercombiesmall flag 2 30 Dreadnought Hulls        
Erebussmall flag 2 30 Dreadnought Hulls        
Roberts/ Abercrombiesmall flag 2 30 Strike Models        
Akizukismall flag 1.5 21 Bryan Michenfelder        
Gearingsmall flag 1.5 21 Bryan Michenfelder Craig Charrett A B An excellent Ralph Coles hull that accurately follows the included plans. A few small voids that were easily filled. Thickness was a good balance between strength and weight. Highly recommended.
Le Fantasquesmall flag 1.5 21 Strike Models        
Mogadorsmall flag 1.5 21 Battler's Connection Bob Pottle A A Ralph Coles built this mold and sold it to Battlers Connection. I have one of these and it is a very nice hull - light strong and with superb lines.
Mogodorsmall flag 1.5 21 Dreadnought Hulls        
Z23small flag 1.5 21 Battler's Connection        
Capitani Romanismall flag 1.5 22 Battler's Connection John Bruder A A A beautiful and very well made hull. This hull is of the highest quality and very accurately follows all available plans. Well done Charley.
Capitani Romanismall flag 1.5 22 Dreadnought Hulls        
Delhismall flag 1.5 23 Dreadnought Hulls        
Surcoufsmall flag 1 28 Ralph Coles        
Gorgon (Glatton)small flag 1 30 Strike Models        
Sri Ayuthiasmall flag 1 30 Strike Models        
Albatrosssmall flag 0.5 28 Bob Pottle        
Altmarksmall flag 0 34 Battler's Connection Bryan Michenfelder B B A great hull, arrived with some cracks that were due to post office handling of the package. But all BC work was great, nice clean hull, lots of room to place batteries and motors. A very nice hull which can be made into hulls that works for British as well as German as some of her sisters were taken into British service after war/capture.
Georgic IIsmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
Hog Islandersmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
Landing Ship Tanksmall flag 0 34 Strike Models Brian Eliassen NR NR Beautiful ship. The Swampworks two-layer mat layup looks great. I have no idea what 'scale' is for this ship so it's not rated.
Liberty Shipsmall flag 0 34 Battler's Connection Ty Siouxpancic A A A very nicely executed hull for what should be the ubiquitous Allied convoy ship.
Manhattansmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
Mauretaniasmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
Monta Rosasmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
SS Wollangbar 11small flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
T2-SE Tankersmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
Titanicsmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
TSS Wollangbarsmall flag 0 34 Dreadnought Hulls        
Pending 1/144th Fiberglass Hulls
ShipCountryUnitsSpeedManufacturerStatus
Bismarcksmall flag 6.5 24 Rich Wands  
Richelieusmall flag 6 24 Mike Deskin  
South Dakotasmall flag 6 26 Rich Wands  
Invinciblesmall flag 4 26 Battler's Connection Summer 2009
Brooklynsmall flag 3 23 Bryan Michenfelder Summer 2009
Kent/ Suffolksmall flag 3 23 Strike Models  
Zarasmall flag 3 23 Battler's Connection Spring 2010
Unryusmall flag 2.5 24 Bob Pottle Fall 2009
I-400small flag 1 28 Bob Pottle  
Abdielsmall flag 0.5 28 Bob Pottle Fall 2009
Montanasmall flag 0 0 Strike Models  
Please note that all dates listed under 'Status' are tentative and subject to change by the manufacturer.
Unavailable 1/144th Fiberglass Hulls With Reviews
ShipCountryUnitsSpeedManufacturerReviewerScaleLayupComments
I-400small flag 1 28 Battler's Connection Bryan Finster B B The I-400 makes some compromises in scale for a somewhat easier build of a very difficult model.
Sangamonsmall flag 1 28 Eric Broderick Eric Broderick NR NR This is my T-2 Tanker hull that can be built as a Sangamon class CVE.
Key
Column Headings
Ship : The class or name (class) of the hull.
Country : Flag of the country of origin (see Country Flags).
Units : The number of MWC units for this ship type.
Speed : The minimum time in seconds to traverse 100'.
Manufacturer : Manufacturer of the hull.
Reviewer : Name of the person reviewing the hull.
Scale : Scale quality of the hull (see Scale below).
Layup : Layup quality of the hull (see Layup below).
Comments : Any comments by the person reviewing the hull.
Status : Expected time for availability and/or addition notes.
(B) : The hull is the bulged version of the ship class.
Scale
A : Excellent - Few or no defects.
B : Good - Minor defects in appearance.
C : Average - Serviceable hull. Can make a decent combat ship but has some obvious and noticeable problems.
D : Fair - Has major defects in scale shape and or volume.
F : Poor - Probably a good idea to avoid.
NR : Not rated.
Layup
A : Excellent - Smooth and durable.
B : Good - Can have a few small voids or minor defects.
C : Average - Has some flaws and weaknesses (voids, excess gel, surface imperfections, etc.).
D : Fair - Hull will probably need some work before building.
F : Poor - Hull will need major work before building.
NR : Not rated.
Country Flags
small flagAustria
small flagDenmark
small flagFrance
small flagGerman (WWI)
small flagGerman (WWII)
small flagGreat Britain
small flagItaly
small flagJapan
small flagRussia
small flagSiam
small flagSpain
small flagSweden
small flagTurkey
small flagUnited States