The following is a list of unnamed Ferengi starships.

By commander Edit

By class Edit

By unnamed classes Edit

Battle of Maxia combatant Edit

In 2355, a vessel commanded by the son of DaiMon Bok, engaged the Federation starship, USS Stargazer, in an unprovoked attack later known as the Battle of Maxia.

While hiding within a deep lunar crater, the Ferengi starship engaged and scored two direct hits on the Stargazer, as it passed through the Maxia Zeta system. The ship was destroyed after the commander of the Stargazer, Jean-Luc Picard, devised a battle strategy that would later be known as the Picard Maneuver.

Knowing that the Ferengi starship's sensors were limited to light speed, Picard engaged his starships warp drive for a brief second, momentarily making it appear to the Ferengi crew that the Stargazer was suddenly in two places at once.

With the crew of Ferengi starship momentarily confused, the Stargazer opened fire with a full phaser and photon torpedo barrage, destroying the attacking ship. (TNG: "The Battle", "Bloodlines")

Though never specifically identified in either episode in which it was referenced, this ship was depicted in the Star Trek Omnipedia media simulation of "the Picard Maneuver" with a graphic of a D'Kora-class Marauder.
It is also reasonable to believe that because Picard did not seem to recognize the Marauder encountered in "The Last Outpost", nor did he ever make the association between the vessel he encountered in the Battle of Maxia and the Marauder encountered in "The Battle", that this vessel is of an earlier or altogether different design.
The novel The Buried Age gives the name of the ship as the Seventy-Fifth Rule (referring to the 75th Rule of Acquisition: "Home is where the heart is, but the stars are made of latinum"), and classifies it as a Raider-class scout ship.

Deep Space 9 visitors Edit

Along with the Sepulo, these two ships all visited Deep Space 9 within an eighteen-hour period, something Benjamin Sisko found odd. Jadzia Dax suggested it might be Quark's birthday. Kira Nerys suggested they lock up the silverware (i.e. secure the station's valuable against theft. (DS9: "The Nagus")

Respondent to USS Enterprise-D inquiry Edit

In 2367, this ship reported no unusual readings after Wesley Crusher had performed warp field experiments aboard the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Remember Me")

Transport of Reyga's remains Edit

In 2369, after the death of Doctor Reyga, a Ferengi scientist, this ship was scheduled to rendezvous with the USS Enterprise-D, whereupon they would pick up the body of Reyga and carry him home to his family. (TNG: "Suspicions")