Re: Apparently I'm not meant to have a boat...
I finally got an estimate from the local marina. I'd have to sit in a slip for nearly a month before they can pull her so the shaft and prop could be inspected (and of course, pay $400 while I sit there). Then it's almost $500 to pull and block the boat, plus $235 per month while she's on land. Then there are the repair costs - their estimate adds up to about $9,000, not including the storage, hauling, and blocking fees.
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