I think it's really important to determine what is being done for a 100 hour service. So many shops do different stuff, and every manufacturer seems to have different service intervals for different items. At my shop, a basic "Annual" service on an inboard includes: Oil and filter, engine mounted fuel filter (if equipped), tranny fluid and/or V drive fluid change, check all belts/hoses, check alignment, lube steering/rudder port. We also do a basic trailer check (lights, brake fluid level, tire condition and pressure). We charge 299 for this. Plugs every 100 hours is overkill, IMHO, as are cap and rotor changes. Water pump impellers should go 2 years or 200 hours at a minimum if they are never run dry. We offer 100% indoor storage with 24 hour video security, never leave a boat in the weather for any reason. As more and more mainline dealerships close, smaller service shops that offer quality work at fair prices should thrive. Lower overhead than dealer shops helps, as does the availability of some pretty good technicians in today's market. My lead tech has 20 plus years, and is certified in multiple brands.
This will probably get pulled as blatant advertising, as it should be. I will contact David to find out how to get on board.