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You have received some good advice already. But to answer your question, the BoatUS safety publication, Seaworthy, publishes Spring and Autumn checklists. Here is the recently published Spring Safety Checklist.

Satisfying that list should keep your boat from sinking, but add to it all the maintenance and improvements you need to perform, such as bottom paint and compounding, polishing, and waxing the fiberglass.

Don't expect to arrive at the marina a few hours before launch and take care of everything. Typically, I spend 4 weekends getting my boat ready to splash.
 
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