Shortlist for our boat over the past three years:
Re-core deck around chainplates, bow pulpit, head mushroom vent, and port primary winch.
Backing plates for mast base turning blocks (6 total).
Replace cockpit multi-display (partial warrantee)
Replace mast head unit computer board.
New house and start battery
Replace GPS (this was a freebee... some things just work out. Clean living I guess!)
Rebuild head (mostly labor, a few small parts)
Replace forepeak hatch (bent frame)
Replace interior lighting (switch to LED)
Replace running light bulbs (again, LED)
New Life Sling (recalled and replaced by West Marine)
New dock lines
A couple of new fenders (ironically, we've had three wash up next to the boat over the past three years... put out an apb, but no takers)
replaced life jackets
new #3 kevlar tri-radial
replaced line clutches
replaced running rigging:
pole mast control line
vang fine tune line
jib car adjustment lines
re-cut old dacron delivery/cruising main
installed smart plug
replaced interior handrail
re-varnished our very small amount of brightwork
touch up paint to scratches on mast
disassembled, inspected spreader assemblies.
disassemble, lube and service winches (6.. twice a year)
Annual haulout, inspection, bottom paint, buff + wax hull.
The usual engine maintenance/oil changes.
sort out the NMEA wiring between GPS,VHF, and the auto tiller.
replace headstay foil
re-rig spinnaker poles
buff + wax doghouse, cockpit (no, not the floor!)
Probably not this year, but we'd like a new #2.
Finish new lee cloths
Re-bed deck hardware aft of the doghouse
re-sew mainsail cover
Pretty typical list I'd guess. The boat has great bones and is well worth the effort. Not as long a list as Marty's though!
... fortunately the boat came with a great sail inventory! And yes, we do sail a good bit so it doesn't really feel like a constant project.