High winds send Noah's Ark crashing into boats

According to this website,

A [floating] model of Noah’s Ark in the Dutch town of Urk broke free of its moorings amid high winds on January 3, crashing into several nearby vessels, and causing “significant” damage, according to the local mayor. The floating Bible museum, which local reports said is 70 meters long, is seen in this video hard up against a number of sail boats. High winds, with gusts of up to 90 km/h (55 mph), were reported locally on January 3.

Maybe Ken Ham was smart to put his “model” of the Ark on dry land.

Thanks to the ever alert Dan Phelps for the tip.