Freelancer Yacht Club is an exclusive community for web developers and web designers who want to become or already are freelancers.

The community is exclusive because there is room for only 500 members. The founder wants to keep the community small because in multiple communities there are too many members, so much that many of them never get to know each other. Besides, in larger communities, the interaction is usually a problem, with inactive users who don't appear for months.

To combat that, Kyle Prinsloo (Freelancer Yacht Club's founder) made this community small and paid. To join you only need to be a web designer or a web developer wanting to become a freelancer. If you already are a freelancer with many years of experience, you can also join. The cost is $25/month or $250/year.

As a member, you will receive access to a Slack group. The community's online group is a great place to connect and interact with fellow freelancers. You will be able to share your story and experiences and listen to others' stories as well. You can ask questions, give feedback to others, and get advice for your own situation.

Additionally, you will participate in monthly live group coaching sessions. These sessions are great to tackle specific problems you may be having in your freelance business or in your transition as a freelancer. Furthermore, hearing other people's problems and wins will give you insights into other aspects of your business. You will also be able to share your knowledge and help others whenever you can.

On the other hand, as a member of the Freelancer Yacht Club, you can join monthly interview sessions. In these sessions, Kyle interviews expert freelancers who give their tips and advice. You will get valuable insights from these interviews to apply to your own business.

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  • Membership: Paid Community
  • Year Founded: 2021
  • Founders:

    Kyle Prinsloo

  • Amount of members: 109
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Join a community of like-minded professionals:
Freelancer Yacht Club is a community of web developers and web designers who want to start freelancing or have been doing it for years. Members share resources, get feedback, and ask questions to fellow freelancers.

Learn how to be a successful freelancer:
The community's group coaching sessions, along with the monthly interviews with experts, are a great learning opportunity. You will be able to learn all aspects that allow freelancers to be successful.

Build relationships with your peers:
Since the Freelancer Yacht Club is an exclusive community (only 500 members are allowed) you will be able to develop strong relationships with those that are for the long haul.

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To be a web developer or web designer already freelancing or looking to start your freelance business.



Members of the Freelancer Yacht Club participate in monthly live group coaching sessions. These sessions are helpful both for new and experienced freelancers. You will learn all about how to create your main offer as a freelancer and how to price it. The coaching sessions will also teach you how to niche down and how to be efficient, along with sales funnels, client outreach, how to systematize and scale, accountability, among other things.

Learning Events

Once a month, Freelancer Yacht Club runs a freelancer interview with an expert. These are great opportunities to get valuable insights from people who have years of experience under their belts running freelance businesses.

Networking Events

As a member, you will get access to a private Slack group. Since Freelancer Yacht Club only allows for 500 members, it's an exclusive community where you will be able to get to know other members and participate in active and engaging conversations. The community's Slack group is a great way to get advice and feedback, as well as develop your network and build a community of fellow freelancers to rely on for support.


"Is 2022 gonna be the year where you start freelancing? Then take a look here. Seriously, what I wouldn't have given to access something like this when I started freelancing!" -Simon Høiberg

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