Just went through this exercise on my Caliber 40 (which was designed as a 38' foot competitor for the IP38 - then they added a swimstep and called it a 40).
The cost varied by almost 100% depending on the type of connectors used and the method used to replace parts
It could be done while still in the water
but the riggers had to make dozens of trips up and down the mast
. Or, leave the boat in the water
, haul the mast
and put it on a supports in the yard and do everything while working at chest level.
riggers charge about $75/hour going up and down the mast and a yard wanted $300 (round trip) to haul the mast and $20/day to have it sitting on supports in the yard.
The 1x19 wire ( 3/8" forestay, split backstay, three shrouds on each side (1/4", 5/16", 3/8") was going to be about $450.
Replacing all the connectors was $400 for swagged and $1,250 or Norseman.
The really big cost would be replacing the turnbuckles which I never planned to do. But, IF I had - the six shroud
turnbuckles and toggles would have been another $450 or so. I did not look at turnbuckles on the backstay since I had put on CL Johnson adjusters in 2000 and they looked very good.
My prices are heavily discounted, probably over 33%, because I work with a guy who has professional accounts at many chandlerys. He was going to help me do the work and he figured his assistance would be about $200.
My rough estimate was $2,500 to $5,000 depending on how much work I did and what I found once I put the mast on the supports in the yard.
I paid two riggers $150 to spend two hours inspecting the 14 and 19-year old standing rigging. It was money
very WELL SPENT!
The determined the standing rigging was in perfect condition and did not need replacement. I only had to replace one toggle on the bottom of the forestay.