Bok's Marauder was a Ferengi D'Kora-class marauder of the Ferengi Alliance that was in service in the mid-24th century. In 2364, this ship was commanded by DaiMon Bok, and Kazago and Rata were the first and second officers, respectively.

On stardate 41723.9, this Ferengi vessel confronted the USS Enterprise-D in the Xendi Sabu system. For three days, they sent no message to the Enterprise, except, "Stand by, Enterprise."

Bok was trying to get revenge on Captain Picard for his only son's death at the Battle of Maxia, in which Picard had been commanding the USS Stargazer. Bok was subsequently relieved of command by his first officer, Kazago, for his "unprofitable venture." (TNG: "The Battle")

Six years later, Bok again found himself aboard a ship chasing Picard for revenge. This time, he claimed to have found Picard's son, Jason Vigo. This was later disproved, and when there was obviously no profit to be made by his Ferengi associates, having been told it was a plot to make Picard pay ransom money, they turned against him after learning the truth. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

Never made clear on screen was whether, in the two instances Bok is shown in command of a vessel, the ship was intended to be the same one on both occasions.
In the first draft of the script for "The Battle", Bok's ship was named the "Devo". The vessel wasn't named in the final draft of the teleplay, though. [1]
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives its name as Kurdon. [2] However, the Decipher RPG module Starships calls it the "Braktel", also giving its registry as "FAM-288".

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