Okay, thanks for the support and feedback guys, glad you like.
And yes, there were a number of ways I could have expanded this, I was thinking about an Ohio class US sub, or the Yamato, or the Dreadnought, etc. There are certainly many other ships I would like to and can explore, maybe I can work on them next.
And yes, tee hee, the Ark is a kind of tongue in cheek one that I just threw in for giggles. I think it is very clear that the ark was never real and intended to be metaphorical/symbolic.
"The Ark is 300 cubits
long, 50 cubits wide, and 30 cubits high, and it had three decks; it is therefore three times the height of the Tabernacle
and three times the area of the Tabernacle forecourt, suggesting that the biblical authors saw both structures serving the same purpose, the preservation of humankind for God's plan.
The dimensions betray a numerological preoccupation with the number sixty, one which it shares with the Babylonian Ark: 60x5=300 cubits long and 60÷2=30 cubits high.
Especially when you consider that other Mesopotamian cultures had flood/ark tales predating the Biblical flood, it seems much more likely it was a local version of a common tale