On April 23rd, I joined for the first time Stella Maris (AOS-Apostleship of the Ship) in Nagoya. The team is composed of 8 members with Fr. Antonio Kiyotsugu Yamano, OSA —the parish priest of Minato Catholic Church—as our leader. Before proceeding to the port, we met at the church for briefing and orientation. Then, we went to customs to get permission of traffic to the ships at Nagoya Port. We intended to visit four ships that day but we ended up visiting only three. Due to the Corona Virus, the usual apostolates with the seafarers like counseling, helping them to communicate with their families from home, taking them out to buy what they need or to visit churches, etc. cannot be done. Currently, the ships do not entertain visitors from outside and they do not allow their men to leave the port. With these restrictions, the team opted to prepare for a number of copies of reading materials like newsletters and pamphlets to be given to them. Hoping that these could give them a glimpse of what is happening outside their ships.