The northern tip of Newfoundland is the most accessible region to view such a high number of icebergs.

Starting in late spring - often lasting until mid-summer, massive sized icebergs are common sightings along our coast - which sometimes float right into our harbours.

90% of an iceberg's mass is below water. Icebergs can often weigh in excess of several million tonnes.. The tallest iceberg ever was 550 feet high.

Photo Courtesy of Hans van Klinken