Learn all the different exits and extractions on the Shoreline map in Escape from Tarkov. This guide explains the requirements for special extractions if you’re not sure why one isn’t working. I also have a few tips on where dangerous areas are.
As we do with every map guide here at Slyther Games, you can find videos of each special condition extract. This helps with escaping when you’re in a rush and aren’t quite sure what to look for.
Shoreline – Customs – Factory – Reserve – Woods – Lighthouse – Interchange – Streets of Tarkov
Every Shoreline Extract/Exit in Escape from Tarkov
SCAV only exits are marked with an asterisk.
No Special Conditions
|Adm Basement*||Lighthouse*||Ruined House Fence*||Ruined Road*|
|RWing Gym Entrance*||South Fence Passage*||Svetily Dead End*||Tunnel|
|Road to Customs||Railway Bridge (Video)||Pathway to Lighthouse (Video)|
Has Special Conditions
|CCP Temporary||Only available to PMCs when the spotlight is on. (Video)|
|Rock Passage||Only available to PMCs when green flares are visible. (Video)|
|Pier Boat||30-second extract only available to PMCs. A red light is supposed to be visible when it’s open. However, it’s commonly known to be bugged. (Video)|
Alternative Shoreline Map With More Visible Extracts
All 37 Shoreline Hidden Stashes
The Escape from Tarkov map above has yellow numbers spread throughout marking hidden stashes/caches. These are a great way to loot in unpopular areas that not many players know about. For a more in-depth look at each of the 37 Shoreline hidden stashes/caches, check out Pestily’s video below.
Dangerous Areas on Shoreline in Escape from Tarkov
If you’re looking for action and danger, Resort is the most popular area on Shoreline. This is the top center of the map where the West Wing, Admin, and East Wing buildings are. There are many locked rooms with valuable loot here and it’s a popular place to find meds too.
Also, this area has a large amount of AI SCAV spawns. Be wary of getting shot through windows while looting in hallways. This is a good opportunity if you’re looking to get some kills for experience. But, you’re more likely to make too much noise and have a player sneak up on you.
The Swamp can be a frustrating area to explore if you’re not familiar with it. The majority of this area shown in the map above significantly slows down your movement speed. This is the last place you want to be if an enemy shows up because you’re essentially, dead in the water. However, there are certain areas that make traversing the Swamp a little easier.
For example, if you see planks along the floor, these are safe to move through. Otherwise, I wouldn’t bother looting here unless you’re determined to get a few boxes or hidden stashes. Considering Shoreline is loaded with hidden stashes, there are plenty of better choices to loot instead.
Since Shoreline is a large map, there are many areas to be wary of SCAV AI. However, Resort is the primary place that brings players together. You should still be careful of the Road to Customs, Pier Boat, Lighthouse, and Power Station as well. Since Road to Customs is a popular extract for both PMCs and SCAVs, it’s more likely to be dangerous.
Where is the Shoreline SCAV Boss?
Boss Sanitar was added in Patch 0.12.7.8334 and you can find them in one of three locations. They have a chance at spawning on the first floor of the Resort, the Pier Office, or near the locked cottages. Sanitar only has two SCAV followers to watch out for.
While I wouldn’t consider the Cultists a boss, you can find them on Shoreline as well. According to the Escape from Tarkov community, there are two areas to watch out for them. Be careful north of the Swamp and in the area between the Power Station and Gas Station.
If you need help with anything else, as always, feel free to comment below! Otherwise, be sure to visit our guide hub for more useful tips and tricks. We’ve also listed a few useful guides below worth checking out.
- 10 Best Escape from Tarkov Beginner Tips and Tricks
- How to Get an Empty Server
- Learn the Customs Map With Our Tips
Jeff is a journalist with over 10 years of experience writing, streaming, and making content about video games. With an associate degree in journalism, he’s a sucker for RPGs, survival games, roguelikes, and more.
Wednesday 17th of March 2021