Built by slave and convict labor, the Dockyard became a strategic outpost for the Royal Navy. In 1869, the world's largest floating dry dock was installed here. Thanks to an imaginative redevelopment program, many of the historic old naval buildings have been converted into restaurants with character, shops with Victorian elegance, and arts and crafts workshops. The "flagships" are undoubtedly the Clocktower Centre, and the Bermuda Maritime Museum, set in the body of the fort, and Commissioner's House. Dolphin Quest is located in The Keep of the Bermuda Maritime Museum.