|Other ship specific parts include the propellers, paravane crane, manual paravane crane, various mast yardarms, stays and gaffs, two piece anchors and two
quarterdeck inclined ladders. The ladders have nice safety railing but the treads are rungs and not trainable treads. There are 15 runs of railing. Three of the runs
are generic three bar railing with a bottom gutter but the other twelve runs are designed for specific location. These locations include the quarterdeck, B gun deck,
fore mast platforms, hangar roof, aft funnel deck, main mast deck, forward director deck, forecastle, forward superstructure sides and forward superstructure
rear. Other generic brass parts are two runs of anchor chain and two runs of vertical ladder. The instructions are excellent and follow the extraordinarily high
standard established by White Ensign Models, which is no surprise since Mad Pete did and still does the WEM instructions. There are three sheets of
instructions, two of which are back-printed for a total of five pages. Page one is the fret laydown with every part numbered and described. Page two has four
modules of subassemblies and include Sea Slug launcher assembly, Type 965 Radar array assembly, Oerlikon assembly and Sea Cat missile launcher assembly.
Page three has five modules for assembly of the Corvus chaff launcher, Corvus enclosure, forward superstructure fittings, fore mast fittings and main mast
fittings. Page four has six modules for assembly of the forecastle railing and anchors, B deck railing and fittings, forward superstructure railings, funnel vents and
railings, aft superstructure and hangar railings and fittings, and boat davits. The last page has three modules for assembly of quarterdeck railings and fittings and
flight deck safety netting, Sea Slug attachment and Wessex helicopter fittings.