Time to think about colder (and wetter) weather. I taped over the holes in the cockpit doors to keep heat in.
The most common place Euphemia docks is in its own boathouse. The second most common is the Farm dock. In order to get off that dock safely I have to pivot the boat about 90 degrees, using dock lines, to get the bow into the weather (and simply to get it to point away from the nearby shore). This is always easy (no drama) when the seas/wind is calm. There will come a day when I am doing it to get off of the dock because the conditions have become unsafe to stay on the dock. This boat could snap off the ramp/stiff leg in heavy weather. So to make this easier I replaced the point rubber fender on the one corner to a roller.
I will, sometime soon, add a cleat in the middle of the front of the float to help with setting up spring lines. Or just get some longer spring lines!