I'd go for some and some, as I know from my own 1/72 destroyer (HMS Hotspur H01) what a chore that can be. Got it all ahead of me again after re-skinning the hull to strengthen it☹️
I'd leave the forecastle portholes dogged down, in case of heavy seas.🌪️🤔
Open some of them midships and stern and fit subdued lighting behind them. E.g. yellowish.
In the wheel/chart-house perhaps orange/red?
4 function RC switches (e.g Krick or Component Shop/Action Electronics) could be used to animate them and simulate life on board.
Weather to taste - before you fit the lenses/clear resin😉
My two-penneth for what it's worth
Pic shows the portholes on the forward superstructure, stb side, of my Hotspur.
Made 30+ years ago using brass belt eyelets and a few drops of clear epoxy.
Due for replacement with proper flanged frames,