Im not sure with this carrier, it all depends if its been designed to land on. Try your luck with the one just off the coast from San Francisco. If you dont already have it I suggest that you download f14a2k30.zip from Flightsim.com. Its the best F-14 model I've seen so far.
Ok, now for carrier landings. I find landing with the spot plane view alot easier because at the speed you approach the nose of the plane is fairly high and you cant see the carrier from inside the cockpit. if you set it up on a slightly higher than normal approach ange at a speed around 140-150 kts it should be pretty easy to land. Unlike a real carrier landing you will need to flare just before the deck, ie, raise the nose a bit to avoid hitting too hard. Real carrier landings are more of a controlled crash than a landing
. just before you touch down close the throttle and activate the spoilers/speed brake. As soon as your on the ground hit the brakes and you should pull up well short of the end of the deck.
Hope this helps