Err um Sandman,
Why would you want to pay someone to perform such a simple job?
The existing hoses usually have the size and type printed on them. Come up with a list of how much is needed of each type and size and buy in bulk with a wee bit extra for any oops. For hoses with wire reinforcement use a hack saw. Otherwise the cutter
used for PVC works pretty well.
Get some new hoseclamps that are REAL stainless and you are good to go. At worst, find somebody on the dock
to demonstrate. Decent mechanics are often around $100/hr. It's one of the easiest jobs on a boat.
So get your hands dirty and save a bunch of money!
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