There have been a number of other "forward bridge / aft casing" ships modeled, but I do not believe any others greater than 15,000.
CM-KR 363 Cap San Nicolas, 2013, 333x38m (class of 6), 10500 TEU
CM-KR 530 Hamburg Express 2012 366x48m (class of 10), 13177 TEU
CM-KR 532 Valparaiso Express 2016 (class of 5), 11519 TEU
Rhenania 167(B) CMA CGM Alaska, 2011, 366x48m, 12600 TEU
Rhenania 167(A) MSC Faustina, 2011, 366x48m, 12562 TEU
Nautik Art MSC Savonna (resin model), 2010, 365 x 51m, 14000 TEU
As of this writing, Wikipedia lists approximately 100 containerships with capacities of 20000 TEU or more. I think it fair to say this is an underepresented area in 1250 modeling, though they all are very similar in design and appearance, and the material required to model them decently makes them awkard and potentially expensive to the hobby, not to mention the related shelf space and ability to judge demand prior to offering such models.
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