The ark was made of wood. There are structural limitations on how large a ship made of wood can be. Pretty much, approximately 300 feet in length is the outside limit, and even achieving that required tools and shipbuilding methods unknown in biblical times. On the other hand, before the super tankers were the Japanese Yamato class battleships, the Yamato and Musashi, made of metal and measuring 862 feet in length. The third keel laid for this class was converted into the aircraft carrier Shinano, which was even larger, although it was sunk on its maiden voyage. The HMS Dreadnought was put in service in 1906, well before "supertankers". It was 527 feet long, far longer than any wooden ship ever built. The Titanic, which made its only voyage in 1912, well before super tankers was 882 feet long, nearly triple the greatest possible length of a wooden ship.<quoted text>
Nope no evolution at all.
The ark was the largest ship ever built up until the super tankers.
If you are going to make stuff up, at least have the pride of craftsmanship to make your BS plausible. You argue like a 5 year old, making up ridiculous stuff to counter factual arguments.