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biulding an icebox from scratch

I am building an icebox from scratch on my boat and could use advice on a few things. I have most of it figured out, type/thickness of insulation and general design. My main question is what is the best way to line it and the "plug" for the door, the actual out side of the door (top load) is a very thick/heavy 3" wood cutting board that extends to the sink. The actual food section is approx 12"x 18" x 16" deep(the block ice is up and behind the food, loaded from the deck). Any suggestions are welcome, I also plan to someday move out of the 19th century and put in some sort of thermo-electric system so am building it to be upgradeable
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