Through her dedication and hard work, the 21 year old dancer and model, was able to place Second Runner up, from a distinguished and talented field of 9 beauties from throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.
Placing ahead of Adams were Miss Jamaica, Kerrie Baylis, as Queen and Miss St. Lucia, Louise Victor, in the First Runner up position.
The pageant was divided into two general sections- elimination and finals.
Each contestant appeared in Ambassadorial Wear, Swim Wear, Talent and Evening Wear, in the elimination rounds.
There was a heavy emphasis on tourism promotion as demonstrated in the Ambassadorial Wear, in which contestants were expected to depict something from their countries. In the Cultural presentation, this was also expected to feature a talent that had to be linked back to a significant aspect of their nations and their way of life.
There were two swimwear segments; one based on a swim suit provided by the organizers and the other, the choice of the contestants, known as the Fantasy Swimwear.
From the elimination rounds the top contestants moved on to the finals with the winner being decided by the Interview Segment. Points from the previous appearances did not factor at this stage.