I'd suggest looking at the Bluejacket kits. All those mentioned here so far are 2 masted schooners. Along those lines, I've built a model of the Mary Taylor from scratch basically using the BlueJacket kit plans. Also have the kit sitting around here, which seems pretty nice.
Tim's suggestion of the Smuggler I think would prove to be an interesting build. I have the instruction book for it and it's very detailed.
Also, they have some 3 masted schooners and square riggers, all solid hull.
There is also the resurrected AJ Fisher company which has been re-releasing some old solid hull kits: http://www.ajfisher.com.
If you're set on a Model Shipways kit, there are also the old yellow box kits that show up on Ebay all the time. Instructions are usually pretty limited, but I really like the old George Campbell plans, which still show up in some of the older, but current, Model Shipways kits.
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Current Builds: HMS Alert, 1777 (Card Model), HMS Victory, 1805
On Hold: USS Saginaw, 1859
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Recent Builds: Tosa Wasen, Yakatabune (and Mini-Yakatabune kit), Japanese Edo Period Pleasure Boat; Hacchoro, Japanese Traditional Fishing Boat; Hobikisen, mini-kit by Woody Joe; Higaki Kaisen, Japanese Edo Period Transport; 18th C. English Longboat; NY Pilot Boat Mary Taylor, 1850; Privateer Lively, 1813; HMS Fair Rosamond, 1831