E, best results are usually from as direct to service from cooking as possible.
Are you able to disclose any more information about your Thanksgiving plans? Why have you been particularly economical with useful details.
It would be helpful to have all of the important details of your important meal revealed. For example:
The amount of turkey you plan to cook is of significant interest.
Time factors are always critical to safety and a successful meal. None revealed.
Distance might be too. Will you be traveling out of state?
When you say reheat do you plan to SV cook significantly in advance of service? Like days ahead?
That's a cook-chill-hold cold in transit-heat and serve plan.
Or are you planning on a cook-hold warm in transit-reheat and serve?
You likely know it makes a difference.
In case you don't respond to this request for some critical details, - and if you have no flexibility other than the oven-reheating method, for best results foil wrap the segregated turkey parts. Wrap in smallish, evenly sized packages and as flat as possible to have the best outcome. Great lumps of meat seldom reheat successfully.
I recommend reheating foill wrapped and chilled food from the still-chilled state at 270ᴼF/130ᴼC/Gas Mark 1. Always use convection heating if it is available. Reheat either directly on oven racks, or on a cooling rack set on a sheet pan. You want as much hot air circulation as possible.
Bring to family's house your trusty instant read digital thermometer or a remote reading one if you are so fortunate to own one. (Santa List possibility particularly if you do a lot of smoking or outside grill roasting.) You want to attain a core temperature of 165ᴼF/74ᴼC before serving.
Now, about that skin? Usually SV cooking and crisp turkey skin are counter intuitive. Can you just heat the skin with the breast meat?
Or are there some family members with an OCD-like turkey skin obsession? If so, then you better get it right. However, this response has gone on more than long enough without sufficient information from E.
Some day, the technique for serving shatteringly crisp turkey skin that's still delicious will be revealed to someone who cares enough to provide complete information on a request regarding a challenging Thanksgiving meal.
Maybe another less grumpy Community member can support E?