Co are the official agents for Privilege at the moment. They lost
their agency a few years ago perhaps because they weren't putting in enough effort. Could go the same way again.
I think the real answer as to why you can't get to see them much in the U.S.A is the volume. Privilege can only make around 40 - 50 boats a year and they are nearly all built to customer order. So, there aren't many new boats available to do the rounds of the boat shows.
Your best bet is to get on a plane to the BVI and go and look at a 435/445 (same thing) 465/495 in one of the charter
fleets. Alternatively go to the factory in Les Sables d'Olonne. Once you've been on a Privilege you won't consider any other cat... as long as you have the budget
clearance.... Take a look underneath a Privilege and you see a beautiful piece of engineering. Most cats are flat underneath, the Privilege is full of curves that add strength and, so they say, turn over the waves to reduce slamming.
One final thing... The Priv 395 at catco is a nice example of the smallest boat in the Privilege range. But, it hasn't sold, probably because it is electric
and everyone is put off by the Lagoon 420