I say, put Mirador high on up, maybe where the navigational set is, and since you're going to be ditching SPG-60 you can put the nav set where the SPG-60 is now. The higher up your opticals, the more effective they become. This is why they're mounted on retractable pole masts in Army use.
You can't have propellor shafts just hanging there; they need bracing. Which means you'll probably need longer shafts to make sure they fit. Otherwise I guess it'll work though I'd ask others for feedback (PM them if you need to, that's what PMs are for)
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The bow could use some work. I can't remember ever seeing a ship of that size with a flared bow like that, that's usually the domain of old cruisers and BBs. The stern could do with a bit of slimming, and the entire hull needs a clean-up.
You also need liferafts, satcoms, railings, and given that this is just a patrol boat with a punch, a RHIB for inspection work.
Details like exterior lights and navigational lights wouldn't be amiss either.
Your nav radar is placed in a rather sub-optimal position, and the platform that holds the Mirador looks very crude.
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