My landing spot for ships at my base when teleporting there has always been in the water, without any real issue. My fighter was just submerged a bit and always in the same spot. See image here. No terrain was damaged because of it, just on top the sea floor. Now I have a couple more ships, including a hauler. This time I teleported to my base while my hauler was the current ship. The below images show the result of how I found it.
The landing spot is a bit further away at the shore. It created a huge hole in the sea bed to land my hauler in, with the cockpit competely buried. Getting in and out of my ship, leaves me stuck under water as well, with no way to get out besides getting back into the ship. Taking off then works fine.
Main issue here however is the fact that this hole was never there. There were no holes like this at the shoreline near my base. Teleporting to my base with the hauler has specifically created this hole to land my ship in. When this happened, I realised similar has happened before. Due to my player spawning weird, all shaking to be thrown out into the ocean somewhere quite a distance from my Base Computer, I never paid attention to where my ship ended up. My fighter had always been fine, but I have now found several holes in the sea bed. None of them were there before, all likely created for spawning my other ships.
Another hole, although hard to see in this image.
I have now counted like 4 holes, all created to spawn my ship(s). They look like a massive crash into the ocean bed and were never there before. It is messing up my ocean floor and shoreline. Hope HG can fix this.
I suggest HG allows us to craft the homing beacon available at several planetary buildings. They are specifically meant for our ships to land at, while not attracting AI ships. Please please please let us be able to build one of those for our ships to land on as a default after a teleport. Yes, I realise taking off from a spot like that does not require fuel, but building one could come with an appropriate cost? It would save us from the random spots we end up in, allowing us to dedicate a spot instead. Our own personal landing zone!