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  I have an Old Town 2006 brochure
  Posted by: shirlann on Oct-24-13 11:24 AM (EST)
 

and the material is noted as "Variable Layer Polyethylene". 2007 catalog also notes the same material for the Cayuga, but for an Adventure XL PolyLink3 was used
If it were Polylink 3, the interior of the boat would be a tan/cream color and have small flecks of a darker color.
FYI: Noting the weight differences between Polylink3 and Variable Layer Polyethylene, the later is a bit lighter.
Either way, Cayuga's can be a fun boat if you find it fits you. Should you have the opportunity, give it a spin before purchasing.
Best wishes on your endeavor to find the one for you.

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