John Beavor-Webb (1849 - March 11, 1927) was an Irish-American naval architect. He was a designer of sailing yachts, including Partridge 1885, a UK National Historic Ship and the America's Cup challengers Genesta (1884) and Galatea (1885). John Beavor-Webb began his career in England but later worked in the U.S.A. where he designed very large steamyachts like J.P. Morgan's Corsair II (1891) and Corsair III (1899).
Beavor-Webb was worth "more than $20,000" by the time of his death. His widow was disinherited but his three daughters each received a trust fund with an income for life.