|A total of 6 boats in three different types (3 cutters, 2 whaleboats and a steam launch) are provided. The cutters and whaleboats have thwarts and bottom planking
detail and the latter has rudders cast into the stern. The steam launch has the rudder and propeller skeg on the bottom and the funnel sitting next to it on the casting
The smaller resin parts include the bases for the 4-inch guns, barrels for all of the guns, propellers, propeller shafts and struts, rudders, anchors, cowl vents in several
sizes, searchlight, mast pole, capstan, parts for the windlass, binnacles, pedestals for the helms and sundry deck fittings. The parts are generally very well cast, need
little, if any, cleaning and must be carefully removed from the casting runners.
Combrig provides a small photo-etch brass fret of ship specific parts. The modeler will have to find another source for the railings. The brass parts include the bow
scroll-work, doors, stern bulkhead details, covers for the conning tower and bridge windows, frames for some of the hull portholes, 4-inch gun shields and braces,
platform support gussets, mounts and shields for the 1-pounder deck guns, boat cradles, inclined ladders, accommodation ladders, funnel cap grill, ship wheels,
forward and aft anchor booms, anchor chain, guns for the fighting top, boat davits, life rings and stowage racks and numerous smaller fittings and detail parts. The
photo-etch is rather basic and has no relief etching.