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As mentioned, if you insulate, you have to keep the cold moist air from being able to get around the backside of the insulation. It will condensate there and mold will grow. Spraying it on, or sealing it against the hull are the only effective methods. However, I still don't think you can really conquer this one. It will find its way behind a cabinet or beneath a bunk. It's just a problem.
Are you at a slip with power? Personally, I think the only real solution is to run a dehumidifier.
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