Noah's Reed Boat
I find it hilarious that Ken Ham has used modern industrial technology (that didn't exist in Noah's day ~13,000 years ago) to construct his imaginary Noah's ark (with base-10 measurements of 450 x 75 x 45 feet). However, did you know that the materials Noah used was from a dismantled reed-hut? The size likewise would have been equivalent to a modern-day yacht (since the dimensions given should be understood via base-60). All these misconceptions are due to translator ignorance, or lack of data that have only recently surfaced from ancient Near-Eastern studies.
When we use the KJV, this is what we read about the ark: "Make thee an ark of gopher wood (gōper); rooms (qinnîm) shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt pitch it within and without with pitch (kōper)." (Genesis 6:14)
It is recently understood that the three Hebrew words that appear for "gopher wood," "rooms," and "pitch" all derive from Akkadian:
gōper = gupru
qinnîm = qa-ne-e
kōper = kupru
Therefore, this is how the verse should read: "Make for yourself a vessel of stalks from a reed-hut; with reeds you will make the vessel and tar it inside and out with bitumen."
Therefore, a visual aid of what it might have looked like would be equivalent to the Mudhif reed-house by the Madan people (also known as Marsh Arabs).