It was a convincing victory for Queeley, who dominated the contest by winning 3 of the 5 judged segments of the competition, in addition to securing one other title.
Queeley’s victory breaks a long dry spell for St. Kitts & Nevis.
The expectations were always high for the possible success of the reigning Miss St. Kitts & Nevis, with many expressing confidence of victory when it was announced that she would represent the country at the regional pageant in the Vincentian capital.
In addition to being crowned Miss Carival, Iantavian also won the titles for Miss Photogenic, Best Swimwear, Best Talent and Best Evening Wear.
The representative for the host country, (St. Vincent & the Grenadines), Miss Aviar Charles, placed First Runner Up, while the Second Runner Up position went to Anguilla’s Shellya Rogers.
Barbados’ Brittney Worrel was voted Miss Congeniality with the Best Interview Segment going to Miss Anguilla.
Other countries represented in the contest that was first held in 1985, were the Dominican Republic, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, St. Lucia and Venezuela.
This year Miss Carival was billed to be one of the most competitive but ended up being dominated by St. Kitts & Nevis, who also secured the main cash prize of US$4,300.