Originally Posted by Nasher
If its just the skeg with no damage to the gearbox then it can be repaired by one of the specialist companies that will weld a new one on @£150.
My service guy buys skegs for me in 1/2 dozen lots.
As Nasher pointed out, it's an easy fix. The question you need to ask though is "Why is it missing?". You should have a mechanic inspect the casing, and the shaft for signs of cracking or a bent prop shaft... and the prop as well I suppose. Replacing the shaft is expensive... I know first hand!