Introduction Current guidelines recommend adequate anticoagulation for at least 3 weeks pre- and 4 weeks post-direct current cardioversion (DCCV) to reduce thrombo-embolic risk in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) lasting greater than 48 h. No specific recommendations exist for DCCV in patients that have undergone left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO), many of whom are ineligible for anticoagulation. This study aims to observe the efficacy and safety of DCCV post-LAAO in everyday clinical practice. Methods This prospective multicenter registry included DCCVs in patients post-LAAO. Imaging strategy or anticoagulation treatment around DCCV were analyzed. Complications during 30-day follow-up were registered. DCCVs performed in accordance with current guidelines for the general AF population were compared to DCCVs performed deviating from these guidelines. Results In 93 patients (age 65 +/- 17 years, CHA(2)DS(2)-VASC 3.0 +/- 1.3) 284 DCCVs were performed between 2010 and 2018, in 271 sinus rhythm was restored. A wide variety of imaging or anticoagulation strategies around DCCV was observed; in 128 episodes strategies deviated from current guidelines. No thrombo-embolic events were observed after any DCCV during 30-day follow-up. In 34 DCCVs trans-esophageal echocardiography (TOE) was performed before DCCV to exclude cardiac thrombi and/or (re-)verify adequate device positioning. In two patients without post-LAAO imaging before DCCV, a device rotation or embolization was observed during scheduled TOE after LAAO. Conclusion DCCV in AF patients after LAAO is highly effective. No thrombo-embolic events were observed in any patient in this observational cohort, regardless of the periprocedural anticoagulation or imaging strategy. Confirmation of adequate device positioning at least once before DCCV seems recommendable.