I am a Wikipedian myself, so I'll try to help a bit with this.
One thing that you need to understand: notability
is established by significant coverage of the subject in reliable secondary
sources, per the general notablity guideline
The article's content is OK in general, so you'll have to focus on proving its notability.
If you check my history you'll see I too contribute a lot to Wikipedia. I'm sure this article passes notability guidelines but the person who deleted it was just a dick. The consensus was overwhelming not to delete... But he still did. And he set it so that the article can't be recreated... WTF? And he's deleted 300 of articles but only created 1. That guy does not deserve admin rights.
I looked him up. he knows a lot about icebergs.
That is all.