I had been meaning to come back to this but work has been hellish lately.
The watertight doors on this ship are too short. They look to only be about four and a half feet tall... use the ones posted on the equipment sheet from now on.
Searchlights would never be positioned so close to the main guns, or really anywhere except high up on the superstructure where they'd have the most advantageous position for illuminating enemy ships/aircraft. The blast from the 6" guns would almost certainly shatter and immediately disable the 24" searchlights yo have on the 02 level just behind the #2 and #3 turrets.
I'm still not sold on the placement of the 5" guns. I think if you attempted to draw a plan view of this ship (which you should) you'd find that it's prohibitively wide to be able to reach cruiser speeds (30+ knots) without extremely powerful machinery. Springsharp will help you figure out the ideal beam of your ship. You should also use the new version of the 5" guns available on the North Carolina and Alaska drawings.
The floatplane is not sitting on its cradle (there is an example of how to place it on the sheet in my signature). I understand you may have placed it far ahead on the catapult so it doesn't overlap with the crane, but realistically this ship would have one aircraft handling crane and two catapults abeam of it, so the plane WILL fit it will just cover up part of the crane.
You should update the hull and propeller colors to match the newest stuff being drawn.
A ship of this size and armament would almost certainly have an armor belt along the waterline protecting the ship's citadel.
You have 20mm Oerlikons but I don't spot any 40mm Bofors doubles or quads (except for the strange small AA guns abeam the aft funnel - not sure what those are supposed to be).
A ship of this size will certainly have the standard USN radar fit for surface combatants larger than CL as of 1943. Namely, an SK and SG on the foremast and a second SG for backup on the mainmast.
Your funnels both have sirens and only the forward one needs one. You have also truncated the small steam escape pipe that runs behind each stack for some reason. You should add a trash burner uptake on the aft funnel too.
Almost all warships have an after/emergency conning station somewhere aft on the superstructure. This is used to conn the ship if the pilot house or main conning station is destroyed. On this ship, that after conn will likely be located near the aft directors. You might try moving the entire funnel assembly forward another 50ft or so and then creating an after deckhouse under the director foundations where you can place the aft conn.
Going back to the searchlights: you should place one 24" searchlight abeam the forward Mk.33 director foundation and a second pair somewhere near the aft conning station you will create. 36" searchlights should be placed in tubs abeam the foremast.
You've placed an SL and SG radar and a 20mm ready service ammunition box in the place of the wildcats and anchor chains! Why did you do this? I can only assume laziness in copy pasting...
Your ship has no signal flag bags aft of the pilot house and forward of the emergency conn... how will you fly Equal Speed Charlie London for +50% XP? (I assume you are a world of warships player like most of our new members...)
edit: Something that greatly helped me (and no one else has mentioned) is reviewing the original Booklets of General Plans prepared for cruisers. Here's one for CL-89 USS Miami
. Page 3 has the outboard profile with almost everything you need carefully labeled.