|Construction||Epoxy GPR Foam Sandwich|
|Hull weight||128 lb (58 kg) (165 lb (75 kg) total sailing weight)|
|LOA||14 ft 0 in (4.27 m)|
|Beam||6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)|
|Total sail area||99 sq ft (9.2 m2) (Rig A)
107 sq ft (9.9 m2) (Rig B)
The RS300 is a modern racing sailing dinghy made by RS Sailing. The RS300 is a one-design, single-handed, hiking dinghy  with a PY (Portsmouth Yardstick, RYA) of 985. Designed by Clive Everest and first produced in 1998, it is inspired by the International Moth, of which Everest was a successful designer.
Performance and design
There are two rigs for the boat. Rig A is slightly smaller than Rig B. The two sail sizes ensure that the power-to-weight ratio and handling characteristics are similar for both large and small sailors. In Yachts & Yachting magazine in the year 2000, the RS300 has been described as “…one of the most challenging and exciting dinghies I have ever sailed…”, as well as “…the first boat that I have sailed that is a joy just to sail around the course let alone race…” by Steve Cockerill, a renowned dinghy sailor who is past and present UK champion in many classes, including the RS300, Blaze & Laser Radial.
- 1998 - Won Small Sailing Boat of the Year Award at the British Nautical Awards.
- 2000 - Recognised as a 'Millennium Project' in the UK and was on display at the Millennium Dome.
- RS Sailing (Global HQ)
- ISAF Connect to Sailing
- International RS Classes Association
- UK RS Association
- German RS Class Association