Escape from Tarkov Shoreline map extraction points

Learn the Shoreline extracts in Escape from Tarkov and your trips to the beach will be a far more pleasant experience.

A trip to the seaside is usually a relaxing experience, but you’ll find Escape from Tarkov’s Shoreline map rather less welcome than your average beachside resort. Extraction points on the map are sparsely spread around the level, so you’d do well to memorize them all in advance. That’s where we come in; we’ve put together a complete map of Escape from Tarkov Shoreline map extraction points so you can easily see where to extract as either PMC or Scav.

Escape from Tarkov Shoreline map extraction points

Escape from Tarkov Shoreline map extraction points
There are five PMC extracts on Shoreline in Escape from Tarkov.
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Shoreline is a sizeable map with many Scav extracts but only a few PMC exits. The map above lists PMC extraction points in blue, and Scav in red. PMCs will always need to head to the edges of the map, while Scavs have the option of extracting in the large complex in the center. There is only one joint PMC and Scav extraction point on Shoreline. We’ve also detailed all the PMC exists below in further details so that you know exactly what you’re looking for.

Pier Boat

Requires: Nothing. Not always active.

Pier Boat is a PMC only extraction point on Shoreline. It’s located in the centre of the north edge of the map, out on the wooden jetty near the lighthouse. To tell if this extract is available, you need to look at the boat and see if it’s flashing with lights. If it is, head to the end of the wooden jetty and stand next to the boat to begin an extract. Scavs can extract at the nearby lighthouse instead.

CCP Temp

Requires: Nothing. Not always active.

This Shoreline extract is open only to PMCs. Located in the northwest corner of the map, there’s a large road which curve round the edge. The CCP Temp extraction splits off from this road, heading further north past the water and into a facility. To tell if the extract is available, look above the door and check if the large floodlights are turned on. If not, you cannot exit here.

Road to Customs

Requires: Nothing.

The only Shoreline map extraction point open to both PMCs and Scavs, this exit remains open at all times. It’s found at the most western edge of the map, in the corner of the play area and south of the CCP Temp extraction point. There’s a large road heading south, away from the water. At its end you’ll reach a large metal gate with barbed wire on top. Stand near the gate to begin extraction.

Rock Passage

Requires: Nothing. Not always active.

This PMC only exit is only sometimes active. Look for the green smoke near its location to see if this Shoreline extraction point is open for business. Walk close to the large boulder with the flare on top to start the extraction timer.

Tunnels

Requires: Nothing.

Located on the northeast side of the map, very close to the shoreline. Make your way north towards the water, with the edge of the map on your right. You’ll find a road leading up to a tunnel which has collapsed, with a few vehicles parked in front. Stand around the vehicles near the tunnel entrance to extract. This exit is right next to the Scav’s Ruined Road extract.

Shoreline extracts escape from tarkov
Scavs have many more extraction points on Shoreline.
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Additional Scav extracts

  • Admin Basement
  • Lighthouse
  • Ruined House Fence
  • Ruined Road
  • RWing Gym Entrance
  • South Fence Passage
  • Svetily Dead End

If you’ve had trouble following any of the directions above, check out the useful video by Albeyeno below. Bear in mind that they are using a map rotated 180°, with compass directions flipped. 

Those are all the Shoreline map extraction points in Escape from Tarkov. Hopefully now you’ll be able to make it out safely with all that gear! Don’t blame us if someone catches you near one of the exits though. For more ways to escape on other maps, check out the Escape from Tarkov extract map guides below!

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