I know I should be following this more closely, but there's only so much time in a day. Luckily, Lord Soth mailed me yesterday to inform me of the whereabouts of the largest remaining piece of the Petermann Glacier that broke off last year:
As Lord Soth reports:
It is now about 100 Km north of the Island of Newfoundland, Canada. I did not expect it to make it down the Labrador Coast in one piece. The coast of Labrador is full of shoals and and offshore banks that would have grounded the ice island. It is now entering a basin off the northern Newfoundland Coast, and should come to its final resting spot grounded a few miles off the northern coast of the island of Newfoundland in places like Twillingate and Fogo Island. There is a small chance of it entering Belle isle strait and enter the gulf of St. Lawrence, but that would require the perfect timing of a North Easter, but we don't usually get these in the dog days of summer.
I decided to have another round of Google, after vaguely remembering reading something about tourist excursions to see the big iceberg, and ran into this video (link) shot a month ago: