Busy Girl stays in the Komodo National Park all year round. She chases after the most exhilarating dive sites where the fast moving, nutrient rich water of the Indonesian Throughflow attracts spectacular marine life. Originally a former Australian fishing boat built from Tasmanian Pine, Busy Girl was redesigned as a Diving Vessel in 2011 to comfortably accommodate 4 guests. Below deck, she features a double cabin with en-suite bathroom and a twin cabin with shared bathroom. Our cabins are fan assisted with freshwater showers, providing complimentary shampoo and soap. Equipped with both inside and outside dining area as well as a chill-out deck with beanbags, the Busy Girl provides ample intimate spaces for taking in the vistas, eating and socialising. The dive deck is at sea level, with 2 tank stations per diver allowing us to fill the spare tanks while we are off diving so that the boat remains as quiet as possible between dives and overnight. Busy Girl may be small, but her size and agility allow us to approach most dive sites directly, entering the water with a giant stride or by a short ride in our tender. We pride ourselves in finding the perfect drop point, even in a strong current. Simply by offering flexibility and hitting dive sites at the optimum time – divers will be given the chance to experience Komodo at its best Our trips on the Busy Girl are unique, action-packed; designed for the adventurous, more seasoned diver. We require a minimum Advanced Certificate and 40 logged dives. Although you do not need to have experience in currents – you should be comfortable in the water and open to learning new skills. During our quest we will introduce you to negative entries, navigating different types of currents and teach you how to become one with the flow – without damaging the delicate marine environment. By the time you leave Busy Girl, you’ll be a true Current Junkie. Get ready for the ride of your life!