So, I got my wireless bridge working. Here are pictures of my setup, an Adafruit Ultimate GPS module happily sending its location to my Android phone.
The wireless transceiver is sending the data gathered by the Arduino outside to another Arduino, which just forwards the data to the Amarino bluetooth library, finally sending it to the Android phone where I interpret it and for now just show it as a toast message. The communication goes both ways, sending commands from the phone over Bluetooth and the ZigBee connection to the Arduino Mega, which eventually will drive the boat.
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