Boat survives tsunami-like wave caused by glacier

Greenland is icy. In fact, it is mostly covered by a giant sheet of ice. So it would make sense that tourists to the enormous land mass would go, in part, to admire its icy surroundings.
This was exactly what a small boat ferrying a group of tourists off the coast of Greenland was doing when the face of a glacier broke off, dropping into the sea below. The impact of the fallen ice caused the water to surge, creating one monstrous, tsunami-like wave, that washed over the vessel, nearly capsizing it.
Two different videos of the incident were posted online. The one above was filmed by the captain’s nephew. The footage below by an Australian tourist onboard the boat.