I think BuyBull literalists don't consider two things:
The incredible size of the Jahre Viking, as well as the USS Nimitz. Question:
Why aren't they made of wood?
The answer is the Rochambeau.
As any soatwright - certainly one with knowledge of maritime history - will tell you, that was the biggest wooden-hulled ship built to date: in the mid-late 19th Century.
It was found to be so unseaworthy as to be sailed only once, then scrapped in 1874. So why ships of it's size built since: PROTIP: Aforementioned cargo ship & nuclear-powered supercarrier...?!
And why is it that the only 'Arks' built to the specifications stated in the BuyBull have never undergone seaworthiness trials, as per cargo ship & carrier had to...?!
'For public safety reasons' would be the reply of you BuyBull apologists. Indeed, imagine: said 1:1 scale replica 'Arks' underwent seaworthiness trials. Oh, there would be risks, alright.
As members of the public potentially laughed themselves to death: at the sight of the world's first ship-cum-submarine.
And therefore the credibility of your 'claims' sinking as slowly as Leonardo DiCaprio at the end of "Titanic" would be the least of your problems.
All you BuyBull literalists have to do - re. these 'Arks' to prove that you're right, and we Atheists wrong - is to have these 'Arks' undergo seaworthiness trials.
Because we Atheists demand to be proved wrong. Now.
You wouldn't want to prove those shipwrights - and therefore we Atheists - right now, would you...!