The largest known iceberg – a tabular iceberg which is an iceberg with cliff-like steep sides and a flat top – in the North Atlantic is off of the coast of Labrador. The nearby Coast Guard Cutter is approximately 300 feet long, according to the Navigation Center. Newfoundland and Labrador's northeast tip have been popular locations for iceberg viewing this year due to a lot of action, according to media reports. On average there are eight to 12 bergs in sight. One of them this year was 70 feet high and about 700 feet long.