composite. You need to know the construction so you know what methods to use.
The shots of the "gash" and the "repair" are too fuzzy to tell anything.
I didn't see any major damage. The "seat" is the most asinine seat I've ever seen in a sea kayak.
By the time you pay your $250 and then spend a few more hundreds fixing it up, you could find and buy a much better, more modern touring/sea kayak.
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