The microwave/convection oven we had was a Sharp R820, but I dunno if that model is still made. There are others out there... but we really did come to like the way it worked. Roasted a turkey
breast one Thanksgiving, turned out great.
Instant Pot has a website. Imagine an electric
pressure cooker/slow cooker/other stuff all in one. A few sizes and options to choose from; ours for the boat
is (at least was) the smallest available... since we didn't need huge capacity and smaller stored better. I used a pressure cooker a lot over the last 55 years or so, but stove
top versions aren't all that great underway... so the electric
IP added that benefit, too, and at the same time let us take a slow cooker out of the mix (a storage benefit).
Induction cooktops are just newer technology but essentially a hot plate. NuWave (or something like that) is a good example. Needs fewer amps, in general.
"tabletop icemaker" and you'll probably get several to choose from. Not expensive. I just chose based on which would fit our galley's countertop best.