This is not a guess on the dividend amount, but I think they can support $0.40 w/ current amortization profile. I've seen other analysts estimate that they can support up to $0.80-0.90 (the reason is the swap roll-off and reduced interest expense). This is in no way any indication of what management will decide to pay...which will be completely dominated by the desire for capital retention for growth, cushion from fleet valuation swings, current reinvestment environment, etc.
Thanks for your insight. I actually have sold swaps in a previous life and it makes sense that interest expense will be reduced significantly as rates dropped significantly after company entered into swap agreements. I don't see interest rates increasing for several years, maybe longer due to 20 trillion in debt owed by USA in near future.