Learning the HARD way...
I pulled the sails.Hey,
What does unstep / step include? Did they remove the sails and disconnect the electronics when they unstepped the mast? When the mast was stepped did they tune it and pin the rigging? Did they put the sails back on, etc?
The yard that I use is low cost, but I have to do everything - remove the sails, take the boom off, disconnect the electronics, etc. In the spring they install the mast and get the rig 'close' but I need to put the sails on, connect the electronics, tune the rig, etc.
So, your price may be good or it may be high depending on what the yard did.
They pulled the boom, unplugged the wiring to the Nav lights, unscrewed the co-ax connector to the VHF, removed the spreaders and boots, removed the VHF antenna, removed the windex, tied the shrouds and stays up with twine (or the halyards).
While it was in the rack, I replaced the Co-ax for the VHF, replaced a halyard (learned how to splice too! ), and ran the lines through the cheek blocks for my Lazy-Jacks (which are AWESOME).
In the spring they reattached the spreaders & boots (one of which needs to be re-taped), installed the new VHF antenna, re-installed the windex, re-stepped the mast, reattached the shrouds and stays (no cotter pins though), plugged in the Nav lights, and re-attached the boom.