Definitions for "Offshore"
The marine zone extending from the breaker zone to the edge of the continental shelf.
That geographic area that lies seaward of the coastline. In general, the coastline is the line of ordinary low water along with that portion of the coast that is in direct contact with the open sea or the line marking the seaward limit of inland water. If a state agency uses a different basis for classifying onshore and offshore areas, the state classification should be used (e.g., Cook Inlet in Alaska is classified as offshore; for Louisiana, the coastline is defined as the Chapman Line, as modified by subsequent adjudication).
In beach terminology, the comparatively flat zone of variable width that extends from the breaker zone to the seaward edge of the continental shelf; also used to describe the continental shelf and slope, as in "offshore hydrocarbon exploration."
From the shore; as, an offshore wind; an offshore signal.
Located in the waters near the shore; as, offshore drilling.
Operating or located in a foreign country; as, an offshore bank account; offshore mutual funds.
Keywords:  sea, oil, ocimf, ukooa, subsea
When the wind is blowing out to sea. Generally good news as it smoothes of the face of the wave and makes it more hollow
The zone beyond the nearshore zone where sediment motion induced by waves alone effectively ceases and where the influence of the sea bed on wave action has become small in comparison with the effect of wind.
Out of sight of land.
Designation for the organized sports betting industry outside of the United States.
Located or based outside of one's national boundaries.
Keywords:  adj, move, see
(adj): see Move Offshore.