I'll show my composite Kestrel factory lift handles as an example for you.
I'm sure these are designed so you don't lift the boat by a small area on the bow, which could crack the thin lay-up - rather, the lift load from either end is distributed over a third of the hull.
When you lift the T-shaped handle, the tension is distributed between the three hard points in the triangulated line.
The far points from the bow also correspond to the first bulkhead inside the hull.
Should be easy enough to rig something similar for your boat using high-strength braided line, so you don't just pull on the bow, but pull on half the hull.
Think of this as acting like a really long suitcase handle. Instead of putting tension and the weight of the boat directly on the bow, everything between the hard points is in compression.
The lines essentially form a trapeze so the lift is distributed between 3 hard points on each end of the boat
I'm lifting 2/3 of the boat here - the front third is resting on foam blocks