i think it was revell who used to do one of the "british sovereign". hardly vlcc but at least a tanker.
i made it when i was about 14 years old.
i good search around the internet may prove fruitfull (amazing what ebay can offer up)
Nordica, if you fancy building LARGE, and I mean lllaaaarrrrggggggeeeeee, Metcalf Mouldings will produce you a hull to special order in grp of the Tanker "Prestige" which split in two a few years back and sank off Spain. It is to 1:100 scale and measures about 8' in length. they can be contacted on 01920 438686.
try the following web-site http://www.modelmasters.net/cargo.htm
they have quite a variety including a VLCC. Expect they will be a bit pricey since they use brass for the construction. I assume they would build one without the hole in the hull....
If you do go for the Waverley hull from Metcalf would appreciate hearing your comments. I'm trying to decide whether to continue with a scratchbuilt 1/84 scale Waverley or switching to the molded hull in a larger scale.(I think the Metcalf one is about 1/56)
Also, with the Metcalf hull you can buy the ready made to fit paddle set from Graupner ( made for their "Glasgow" paddle tug ) which fit in very nicely to the paddle boxes. these sets are regularly seen on ebay
oh to be able to speak and understand german language Valery. there are some lovely models on that site, especially the large Titanic and the more diminutive Norwiegian Fjiord steamer. does he actually sell the plans and hulls for these ships.cheers,neil.