Victory 570 Open

Open bow version of Victory 570 is an excellent choice for fishing and leisure.

The interior layout of the boat has an open bow, which on one hand can be used to seat additional passengers or will give you the space and freedom of movement during fishing trips.

Standard equipment includes stainless steel hardware, an ergonomic windshield that offers superb protection from the weather and extended cockpit for even more space compared to Victory 515.

Specifications

Length, m5.7
Width, m2.25
Transom Deadrise, deg16
Engine typeoutboard
Max recommended HP150
Transom height, m0.51
Capacity6
Marine aluminium alloy5083
Weight, kg730

Durable hull

All boats from Victory Boats have a reinforced power structure to provide additional rigidity and strength to the hull.

Manual TIG welding

Victory Boats hulls are pre-cut using plasma cutters and all seams have double-sided welding.

Unsinkability

Boats from Victory are all equipped with an adequate number of buoyancy blocks that make the vessels unsinkable. The boats have certificates of conformity to the EU regulations (CE).

All our certification procedures are done jointly with International Marine Certification Institute in Belgium.

Marine alloy

We use 5083 aluminum alloy that is highly resistant to salt-water corrosion.

Composite deck

Molding is done manually under strict supervision and control. The boats have composite decks with 6mm thickness. This extra margin of strength and rigidity provides a longer life span to the gel coat layer of the composite.

Reliable high-quality components

We only use components from reputable manufacturers with a proven track record. Steering systems from Ultraflex, hardware components from Osculati, windshields from the biggest and most reliable manufacturer in Russia — Volgamarine.

Ergonomic interior layout

Adjustable seats that are upholstered with a special UV resistant non-soaking textile from Spradling (Germany).

Storage compartments

Spacious storage compartments in the bow and aft of the boat.

BODY

  • 4mm reinforced hull
  • Aluminum frame
  • 4pcs stainless steel cleats
  • PVC fender
  • Front low railings, stainless steel
  • Stern ladder
  • Echo sounder mount pad
  • Mount pads for anodes
  • EVA covers of stern platforms and front/back storage compartments
  • 110L fuel tank with fuel level indicator
  • Technical access hatch to the recess

INTERIOR

  • Soft seats Deluxe Sport, 2pcs
  • Soft cushions (front cockpit, back seat)
  • Special storage compartment for convertible cover
  • Anchor storage compartment in the bow, storage compartments in the aft
  • Seats in the bow with storage compartments, glove box
  • Captains seat pedestal adjustable in two directions
  • Door between consoles (framed polycarbonate)
  • Integrated stainless cup holder at the captains seat

STEERING

  • Steering wheel Isotta Titanium Argo
  • Steering cable

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

  • Navigation lights
  • 360 anchoring light
  • Bilge pump
  • Main battery switch
  • Battery box
  • Battery clips
  • Switch panel with cigar lighter socket

COVERS

  • Bow mooring cover Rip Stop
  • Cockpit mooring cover Rip Stop

Results with two passengers

RPMSpeed km/hFuel consumption l/h
100072.15
200011.955.35
300029.1512.10
400045.3017.55
500055.7030.35
56006342.40
580066.8542.00
59007143
62007445

Results with six passengers

RPMSpeed km/hFuel consumption l/h
10007.22.3
200011.45.25
300017.412.95
400040.519.75
500052.1532.6
550057.3542.85
560060.742.95
570063.942.6
58006644.05
620067.445.7
Engine specification
Engine typeF130AETL
Engine type4 stroke - 1832 cm³
Recommended RPM5300 - 6300
Gear ratio2.15
Weight178 kg
Test conditions
Propeller specification: pitch - material688 - 19 inch - steel
Cavitation plate position0 mm
Air temperature - 6 ℃

Planing with two people – 29 km/h (15.6 knots) (3100RPM).
Planing with six people – 35 km/h (18.9 knots) (3700RPM).

Tests were conducted without convertible cover in fresh water. The boat is steady and stable in all modes and speeds.

The results of this test may vary depending on the weather, height above sea level, payload of the boat and the weight of optional equipment installed. Fuel consumption was recorded from the 6Y8 speedometer. Speed was recorded with a GPS navigator.