As a follow up to John's posting and thread of 19th July I bought the Hamburg Sud and CMA-CGM models and using two layers of plastic card (one cut slightly longer than the other, to give a lip for the struts - half ladder parts), I extended the container deck to the stern and moved the superstructure back to give a stern deck of three and four container rows respectively and thirteen and twelve forward of the superstructure. All rows bar the first and last are thirteen containers across. The stern most is twelve as I felt the new deck too neat for it to take thirteen with comfort. The pictures at the foot of the link above show what can be done with minimum effort for maximum effect.
This brings the models more in line with the photograph links on the Triang web site of ‘real’ ships on Marine Traffic. Incidentally the latter is a most useful site for reference and for AIS tracking of ships. I use it to find out what is moving on the Forth.