The project, completed at Chalong after 14 years, was supposed to make Phuket a more appealing destination for sailors and cement its position as an Andaman yachting hub.
However, when Vice Governor Jamleran Tipayapongtada asked today's meeting: ''What's the object of this project?'' he did not get a single response.
''If you guys are playing games,'' he said, addressing the attendees at Phuket Provincial Hall in Phuket City, ''the whole country is damaged.''
The Chief of Phuket's Marine Office 5, Phuripat Theerakulpisut, did not attend today's meeting, choosing instead to attend another meeting about the minimum wage.
Vice Governor Jamleran was told that from October 2011 to October this year, 1499 vessels had arrived on Phuket from overseas ports.
Surin Bamrungpon, a consultant to the governor on marine matters, said that Phuket had a chance to become a yachting hub.
The opportunity would be taken up in another country if Phuket did not make its appeal obvious.
Debate centred around whether the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organisation wanted to manage the one-stop centre, Vice Governor Jamleran was told.
An internet system to make access easy for arriving yachts had been complete since September 2011, the meeting heard.
Vice Governor Jamleran said he would set up a committee to investigate. He added that he would like Khun Phuripat to attend the next meeting.