Royal Navy County-class, London and Norfolk subclasses. Revised hull without external bulges and a bit longer; bridge moved further aft.
From starboard to port:
HMS Sussex  (x3) - London subclass; similar in appearance with HMS Devonshire and HMS Shropshire (the later transferred to Australia in 1943).
HMS London  - subclass lead ship; she received an extensive rebuild 1939-1941 altering her appearance from the rest of the group (vs. Devonshire, Shropshire and Sussex). Prominent are her bridge structure, aircraft facilities just aft of it, as well as the only County that had 2 funnels.
HMS Norfolk  (x2) - last subgroup of County-class heavy cruisers together with sistership Dorsetshire. Repeat Londons with minor alterations.Received a refit late-1942 with tripod masts, 20mm light AAs and radar forward of the bridge.
Contains 10x aircrafts to represent Supermarine Walrus reconnaisance seaplane