I am kind of wondering the same thing. I found a guy in town that winterizes and travels to your house to do it - for 79.95. I have yet to call him. I don't mind winterizing myself, but changing the oil for me is a real pain. I am going to call him sometime this weekend and I'll give you heads up.
I worry about bringing my boat to these small boat places I was thinking if I brought it to Cabelas I would have a national chain store backing up there work. Also the small guys have a long waiting list I wanted to install a new Lowrance and they told me a 6 week wait to get it installed I found that out or line and did it myself. Hope someone has used Cabelas and can give us some info.
Well, Iv'e winterized my boat before. I am going to be there when he does it. I have a particular way I like to fog the cylinders and I also like to suck up some RV antifreeze into my bilge and pumps. I just thought that using somebody else for the oil change and whatnot would keep it down to an hour or so, instead of the half a day I usually need to spend on it. I got a Honda BF115 and changing the oil on it is a real pain. Last time I did it, I ended up sopping up oil out of the back. I am just trying to avoid that.
As a former Nebraskan it is my duty to recommend Cabela's for all outdoor issues whatsoever. They are a class act. But no I've never had them winterize my boat, but I have worked for them and customer satisfaction is VERY important to them.
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954