Photoshop is capable of 'warping' the perspective of images, but it will only get you so far. If you have an image which is 5 degrees off from a straight side view of the ship, you probably stand a decent chance to adjust the perspective without too much distortion.
If, on the other hand, you have an image 45 degrees off the bow, then warping that image to a side view will result in severe distortions. The detail in the superstructure just isn't there to reveal, and so you'll find that things will be missing and others stretched out of proportion. You may have better luck with the hull itself, since it tends to be a relatively uniform surface compared to all the 'nooks and crannies' of the superstructure.
If you're not already, you should also try using ShipBucket to see if your subject ship has been drawn there. They have strict standards as to how the ships are drawn to scale, and thus can serve as great reference material. Even if they do not have the exact ship you desire, sometimes there will be another close enough to be used as a starting point to modify to what you want.