Keeping the cockpit dry

Sailing to windward with the breeze above twelve knots brings a fair amount of water into the cockpit. I presume that it's a function of
the Scot's fairly blunt nose. Does everyone have the same experience?
Has anyone figured out how to shed the water before it lands in
the crew's lap?

The Scot is designed, as are most sailboats, to sail on her lines; hence, flat.
Come up in puffs and hike.