To assess the feasibility and operative outcomes of RARP following colo-rectal surgery. A prospective database of patients undergoing RARP is maintained at our Institution since January 2015. We reviewed all patients undergoing RARP after previous colo-rectal surgery. Overall, 49 (7.4%) of 658 RARPs were performed after previous pelvic surgery, 14 (2.1%) of which following colo-rectal surgery after an interval of 5 years. (a) Colo-rectal surgery. Previous colo-rectal surgery included resection of the left colon (n = 6), and right colon (n = 4), and rectum (n = 4). Histopathology showed pT0-T2N0 in 5, pT3N0-1 in 3, and benign conditions in 4. Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) was elevated (4 ng/ml or greater) or slightly elevated (3.5-4 ng/ml) in 9 (65%) of 14 cases at the time of colo-rectal surgery. (b) Prostatectomy. Overall prostatectomy and adhesiolysis median operative times were 235 and 42 min, respectively. A robotic approach was accomplished in 11 cases with previous uncomplicated colo-rectal surgery; open conversion occurred in 3 cases. Risk factors for open conversion during RARP were: history of multiple or complicated abdominal surgery, previous open conversion, and hospital stay > 10 days. Postoperative complications included: anemization (n = 2), persistent drain output (n = 1), and urinary tract infection (n = 1). The robotic approach was successful in the case of previous uncomplicated colo-rectal surgery. The risk of intestinal injury during conversion might suggest a direct retropubic approach in case of previous multiple or complicated abdominal surgery. A planned elective colo-rectal surgery should include a thorough urologic evaluation, considering the risk of a subsequent prostate surgery.