The MS Holstenracer was one of the 8 ships of the Key-12-class that the yard Seebeckwerft in Bremerhaven built for the company Claus Peter Offen between the late 1970s and the mid 1980s. This were semi-container ships, made to transport bulk cargo and containers at the same time. The 2 derricks on deck were used to load and unload cargo in harbors lacking the appropriate cranes for the job. The Holstenracer was completed in 1981 and stayed on duty under several names until she was broken up for pieces in 2009. She could carry up to 616 containers and had specially comfortable habitations for a crew of 27. her model in a scale of 1:100 is part of our exhibition on modern maritime logistics on deck 6.