Here is a bit more detail on the OSA
1 - All EeZeBilts live in their made-to-measure Correx box
2 - This OSA box carries the R/C Transmitter
as well as the radar and aerials on a separate tray
3 - A closer shot of the radar. You can see the brass extension which slips into the silicone tube under the mast. The brass tube at the top is a 2-size box spanner for attaching the radar and the rudder, with spare nuts.
4 - Under the superstructure, you can see the two different motors (bought just to try them out) with two different mountings. The electronics in the centre is a made-up R/C switch using the Luton circuit for turning the scanners
on. You can see a string of diodes inside the purple heatshrink.
5 - Here is the superstructure assembled.
6 - A shot from above
7 - And one of the Bridge. The sailors are Indian Navy, since this is a model of the INS NIPAT, but at the moment she is wearing a North Korean flag...