shoreside (not comparable)
- Located on or near a shore
1888, Robert Louis Stevenson, The Black Arrow:
- The seamen, in view of the cold and the wind, had for the most part slunk ashore, and were now roaring and singing in the shoreside taverns.
1922, Charles H. Sylvester, Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7:
- On shore I could see the glow of the great campfire burning warmly through the shoreside trees.
2007 July 29, Haim Watzman, “Israel’s Incredible Shrinking Sea”, in New York Times:
- What were once shoreside amenities now stand forlornly in the middle of the desert, a 300-yard hike from the beach.
located on or near a shore