|The kit is broken down into a number of individual parts. There are two thin resin casting wafers with structural parts. The first wafer contains the various deck housings and the second wafer has the forward and aft upper decks, the bridge deck and
some smaller decks. That wafer also has the fighting tops and roof for the armored helm position. Overall the detail in these parts is very good but again there are no butt ends in the wood planking on the deck parts. The remaining parts are attached to
casting runners. The parts are very well cast, need little, if any, clean up and must be carefully removed from the casting runners. One runner has the bottom section of the thick mast and funnel. The mast section has a slot that will accommodate the
enclosed separate observation position and the funnel has a fairly deep opening. Another runner has five boats comprised of a steam pinnace, large and small cutter, whaleboat and dinghy. The steam-powered boat has the funnel/boiler next it on the
runner. The cutters and whaleboat have no details cast into them as the thwarts and rudders are done in photo-etch instead as are the rudder and propeller for the pinnace.
The smaller resin parts include the enclosed observation post, the armored helm position, 120mm gun and mount, 75mm guns and mounts, 47mm guns and mounts, anchors, the top semicircular rings for the casemates, cowl vents in different sizes,
original drum vents, top section of the mast and boat stowage supports with skids. Other parts include the propellers, rudders, propeller shaft struts, searchlight, smaller guns and mounts, several smaller deck structures and supports and sundry deck
and bridge fittings. The amount of broken parts, which has been a common complaint with how Combrig packages their kits, was very minimal and limited to the searchlight base and one of the anchors.